Sporting a 45mm stainless steel case with black and white hands and hour markers, luminous, black ion-plated stainless steel bezel and black stainless steel crown and pushers, a tachymeter and utilizes a flame fusion crystal.
The watch is water resistant up to 330 ft.
The watch features a readable bezel and also features a tachymeter (measure of speed of travel).
On the face, you get a 24-hour, day of the week and date subdials.
I really enjoyed the steel, black and white presentation. The day dial is set by turning the crown until you reach the desired date, while setting the date dial and 24-hour dial is easily set by pulling the crown out and pressing one of the pusher buttons (A/B).
It’s fairly easy to set for its functions and for those who prefer Swiss Movements, you’re getting a very good watch for the price.
I also like it’s back showcasing the “Invicta Specialty Collection” emblem.
But overall, this is a solid watch, but is it perfect? Well, while it says it is water resistant to up to 330 ft., I personally wouldn’t risk it without a screw down crown.
But personally, compared to its 21488 brother, at least the 21485 keeps things simple and easy to set.
The Invicta Men’s 2145 Specialty Analog Display watch is stylish, easy to use and is deserving to be in the Signature Collection lineup.
While I would have preferred a screw down crown, I’m not going to hold it against this watch as it’s not an Invicta Pro Diver watch.