Invicta Pro Diver 8932 Quartz Watch

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Invicta Pro Diver 8932 Quartz Watch
Invicta Pro Diver 8932 Quartz Watch



  • The Invicta 8932 has a 375 mm stainless steel case with a Black dial
  • This model is powered by an accurate Quartz movement
  • 20 bar water pressure resistant
  • This model is part of the Invicta Pro Diver collection
  • Including 2-year Invicta warranty

Additional information

Specification: Invicta Pro Diver 8932 Quartz Watch


250 Grams

Special Features

luminescent hands

Brand Name


Band Material

Stainless Steel

Part Number

Model Year


Item Shape


Dial Window Material Type


Display Type


Clasp Type

fold over clasp with safety

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Diameter

37 millimetres

Case size

37.5 millimeters

Case Thickness

11 millimetres

Model number


Band Width

18 millimetres

Band size

9 inches

Band Colour


Dial Colour


Bezel Material

Stainless Steel

Bezel Function






Water Pressure Resistance

20 bar

Warranty Type


Warranty Description

2 Years Invicta Watch Warranty (+1 year extended warranty after registration)

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Invicta Pro Diver 8932 Quartz Watch

3.6 out of 5
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  1. Ilkay

    This is the second Invicta branded watch I have purchased, the first one was an Invicta Pro Diver 9204 – both watches are superb in design, aesthetics and movement which is precise.
    This particular watch, the new one, Invicta Pro Diver 8932 watch in all silver with a black face, bezel and interior is another masterpiece of engineering; the manufacturer’s belief in its product is backed-up with a 2 year standard warranty which is increased to 3 years upon the creation of an account and registration for guarantee on the manufacturer’s, Invicta, website.
    Finally, for me, it’s not just an item’s price but its design, engineering, reliability and after sales support that counts and Invicta as a company ticks all those boxes – I would urge anyone looking for an elegant, dependable wrist watch to consider an Invicta.

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    Lovely looking watch spoilt by a poor movement. You can’t set the time accurately as the minute hand ‘jumps’. Whats the point of quartz time keeping if you can’t set the time! Also bad hand alignment which is not something everyone cares bout but I do. At 6 O’clock the hour hand was way out. No screw down crown so I doubt it is water resistant but I have sent it back anyway. Pity. Invicta COULD have a winner here if they improved the movement. People care about these things so come on Invicta get your act together and you have a winner, but as it is, its a loser.

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  3. Mr E Man

    Got one for my son. He’s only 15 so no point in expensive watches that he’ll just lose or damage.
    I wasn’t expecting much for £40 having looked at the usual brands at the jeweller chains in town. It looks terrific – like a much more pricey watch. The strap is particularly nice – sure the end-links are hollow and the clasp is stamped steel but the links are all solid, drilled affairs – not the cheap, armhair-pulling bent steel you get on cheap watches.
    Doesnt have a screw down crown so not gonna go sub aqua anytime soon but it’s waterproof in the shower or pool.

    it is what it is: a quartz watch (reliable and accurate but not prestigious), a classic design, cheap mineral glass, surprisingly nice strap. Water proof so far.

    What’s not to like?

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  4. Amazon Customer

    1 week old this is actually a very nice looking watch. comes in a cool box too. A colleague has already mistaken it for a Rolex. it looks great on and off.

    only downside so far is that the seconds hand does not hit each second bang on. its a little off. also i am not a fan of the date magnifer either.

    had to buy a watch strap resizer kit to take links out which was easy enough to do.

    next watch will.be a hamilton khaki 👌

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  5. Philip Madsen

    Likes: The watch arrived on time in full original packaging. It looks OK, although the dial is a bit smaller than I anticipated. It seems accurate and I have not really tested its waterproofness.
    Dislikes: The position on the crown to change the date is a bit hit or miss, not a nice positive “click”. The luminosity of the hands and face are very disappointing and would be useless to a diver in dark waters.

    Second Review:
    I bought this watch in September 2019 and you can see from the above review that I was disappointed with the quality when it came out of the box, although it looked OK. Now in March 2020, only six months later the winding crown fell off making the watch useless. I cannot recommend this watch to anyone, it is a cheap immitation of something or other and overpriced at that. DO NOT BUY ONE,

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  6. Mr F

    I have been collecting watches for many years now and have a range costing from £50 all the way up to £3500.
    Invicta have interested me a a while but their watches always seemed to be around the £100 mark and for that price you can get a much better branded watch – Seiko, Citizen, etc…
    When I saw this for £44 I pulled the trigger and I have to say I am really impressed. Comes with 2 year warranty and and extra year if you register. Cannot fault it one bit.
    Maybe in a few months I maybe saying otherwise, but for now its going to be my daily wear.

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  7. graeme barden

    Good points:
    Diver style watch that suits the smaller hand
    Waterproofing seems to be OK
    Nice styling, more to the practical side than the flashy
    Catch mechanism is very secure, strap easy to adjust
    Bezel is well made and doesn’t rattle like on some cheap ‘diver’ watches
    Not so good points:
    As others have noted, the second hand can jump annoyingly when trying to set the time “spot on”
    Luminosity not that great
    Engraving on the side and back is a little rough

    No problems so far, and was about what I expected – nice enough to wear out and styling doesn’t try too hard. Overall I would say it’s about right for the price and comes in a very impressive box that would make it a good gift for someone’s first ‘proper’ watch.

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  8. Gibstation

    I didn’t know what to expect as the watch community have mixed views on Invicta. However, they did recommend the automatic version of this watch. I’m just starting out on my watch collection and dipped my toes with Casio’s to start with. Then I saw this and only for £36. I had to get it for that price and if it was garbage, so be it. Thankfully it’s not. I’m surprised how nice it is, including the stainless steel strap, however I’m not a fan of them and as you can see on the pic, I added a James Bond Nato strap, which makes the watch look even better. The Invicta logo on the side of the watch isn’t as bad as everyone makes out either. I will upgrade to something else in the future as I build my collection, but I know I’m going to have fond memories of this very affordable homage to the grail watch Rolax Submariner. Just have the right expectations of a quartz watch at this price point. Take the 200m water resistants with a pinch of salt. I take any watch off when dealing with water…

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