An Open Letter to Invicta

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An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Mortuus » Sat Jul 08, 2017 10:50 pm

The story you're about to read is true. None of the names have been changed because no one needs protecting. Life turns on a dime, and sometimes the result is a questioning of what we may or may not believe about a relative, a friend, or even a corporate entity. This story started earlier today, as I continued the process of divesting myself of watches I never wear any more, and I came upon a snag that changed my plans about two of them.

And perhaps these two watches began changing my often-mixed feelings about a company I've continued to do business with, despite often-occurring reservations about their checkered past and uncertain present. Is this a Mea Culpa in the making? Perhaps...

In the meantime, please take a gander at my Open Letter to the Invicta Watch Group.

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"In the End, we will be remembered not for the words of our enemies, but for the silence of our friends." - Dr. Martin Luther King
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Artman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:04 am

This must have been the toughest essay you've ever written.
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby kahuna74 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 5:48 am

Nice mort and that is why I stay away from inshita watches.
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Artman » Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:40 pm

I do like the dragon engraving on the caseback though.
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Mortuus » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:52 pm

Artman wrote:This must have been the toughest essay you've ever written.

No...that was my doctoral dissertation, which I still haven't gotten up the "oomph" to defend in the six years since it was completed. Maybe year seven will do the trick...or not. ;)
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Mortuus » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:54 pm

Artman wrote:I do like the dragon engraving on the caseback though.

Yeah, me too... 8)
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Re: An Open Letter to Invicta

Postby Mortuus » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:59 pm

kahuna74 wrote:Nice mort and that is why I stay away from inshita watches.

That's why you're a much, much wiser man than I, Big Kahuna... ;)
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