S1 Concept

Published on 22 October 2019 at 10:34

Invicta S1 Concept Skeleton Automatic 2284 is a treat if you like skeleton watches, especially because in this version you see the entire timepiece in all its glory of ticking gears, moving wheels and mains springs that come to rest. Custom skeleton watches from Switzerland are usually made in small series because they require specialized hand production techniques that remove much of the non-essential metal from the timepiece movement. Add to this process the engraving, gold plating or gold treatment and unique design elements ... and you understand how a creation of Ulysses Nardin called "The Freak" can cost more.

In the winter of 2004-2005 Invicta introduced the world their creation in honor of their S1 Racing Team to the world of F1 racing. This watch which commemorates this commitment is called the "Invicta S1 Concept skeleton". The original MSRP was $ 3600.00 and the timepiece was created in Switzerland, at the Valjoux factory, in the city of Le Chaux de Fonds.

The Invicta Concept S1 is made with the help of very beautiful components and materials and Swiss craftsmanship. This watch is limited.
This watch has the rarity to demand a high price. The timepiece started as a Swiss ETA automatic 2824 and due to adaptation and adaptation it got its own "caliber" from Valjoux 7851. Of course it will not match the MSRP.

Manufacturer: Invicta Watch Company
Year of construction approx: 2004-2005
Gender: Gentlemen
Diameter: 43 mm without crown; 48 mm with crown
Thickness: 13 mm
Lug to Lug: 47 mm

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Tim jeski
2 years ago

Hi...I have an s1 concept, the stainless, gold with brown leather. I am looking to get a new band. Any ideas from anyone? I know it will not be easy to get, but love the watch. Thanks!

Vintage Invicta
2 years ago

Did you contact Invicta itself? America and Europe? This is very old, so yes it's difficult to find original strap. Other option is to custom made leather strap, in that case it's not original. But still it can look great.