Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932 for Small Wrists

If you’re a man with small wrists (6 to 7 inches), a watch’s diameter size is of utmost importance. The general rule is to get one that has a case within the 37 to 40mm range. But mind you, even 40mm watches – especially the bulky ones – can look funny on your wrist.

It’s easy to say “just ignore the 40mm’s” but there are some 40mm Invicta designs that are too hard to resist. Case in point: Speedway 9211.

We’ve been there, so to help you whether or not you’re making the right decision, we’ve come up with this report comparing two Invicta watches: Speedway 9211 and Pro Diver 8932.

The Pro Diver 8932 fits well on a small wrist, no doubt, so this Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932 comparison aims to answer this question:

If I have small wrists, would a 40-mm case be too big for me?

In this Invicta Speedway 8211 vs Pro Diver 8932 comparison report are images and videos to help you clearly see the difference between a 37.5 and a 40. Along the way, we give you these watches’ key differences (and similarities) in features and specs.

Cheap Rolex Knockoffs

The Invicta brand doesn’t have the most respectable reputation among watch collectors, and the reasons for this differ from one person to another. In general, though, Invicta is faulted for two things – its Rolex knockoff watches, and its inconsistent pricing. You’d probably not expect these from a company that has been around since 1837.

The Speedway 9211 and Pro Diver 8932 are “homages” to two well-known Rolex watches. Speedway is a cheap Rolex Daytona look-alike, and the Pro Diver is Invicta’s version of the Submariner. Take a look, and it’s very easy to see the resemblance.

But here’s the thing.

Even though many watch collectors won’t even bother looking at the Speedway and the Pro Diver, it’s your happiness of owning one (or both) of them that matters. Besides, not everyone can afford a Rolex, and these knockoffs are the closest you can get to wearing one.

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Case Size

Invicta watches are known to be on the big side (i.e., diameter cases measuring up 50+mm), so it was a pleasant surprise that the Pro Diver comes with a 37.5mm case, both with the mechanical and quartz variety. Of course, we ordered one right away. Note that the Pro Diver also comes with other bigger sizes, but so far, 37.5mm is the smallest we managed to have.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t find a Speedway that has the same size. The smallest case offered was 40mm. At first, we were hesitant to click the Checkout button simply because we had no idea whether or not it looks good on a small wrist. Our issue here is that the Speedway is quite bulky and the band is bigger than the Pro Diver 8932’s. We bought one anyway.

The image below shows the case thickness of the Speedway 9211 (left) and the Pro Diver 8932 (right).

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Case Thickness Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932

Similarities and Differences Chart

Both the Speedway 9211 and the Pro Diver 8932 are Japanese movement watches and are graded water resistant to up to 200 meters or 660 feet.

When it comes to closure, both watches feature a fold-over clasp with safety. Both are made of stainless steel.

Here’s a side-by-side comparison between the Speedway 9211 and the Pro Diver 8932.

Invicta Watch
Check Price Speedway 9211 Pro Diver 8932
Model Year 2011 2014
Display Chronograph Analog
Material Stainless steel Stainless steel
Case Diameter 40mm 37.5mm
Case Thickness 13mm 11mm
Band size 20mm 18mm
Item weight 5.92 Ounces 8.80 Ounces

VIDEO: Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932

As promised, here’s a video comparing these two Invicta watches side-by-side.

Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932: Final Word

To end this Invicta Speedway 9211 vs Pro Diver 8932 comparison report, we go back to the original question: If you have small wrists, will the Speedway 9211 fit just fine? Yes, but barely. Sure, you can wear it everyday, but sometimes, you may still feel that it’s too big or bulky for you. That said, limit your watch’s case to up to 40mm.

NOTE: The wrist below measures 6.4 inches.

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