I don't know the watch so this is about all watches. If it isn't running it has one of two problems.
1. It needs a new battery. You need to take it to a watch shop and it will cost about $15-$20 to replace the battery for most watches. Ask for an estimate first.
2. It is damaged inside. This may be too expensive to repair but you may be able to get an estimate by asking.
Automatic watches do not need winding so if it doesn't start, look at the crown (winding stem) to make sure it's not pulled out. If it has a chronograph feature the second hand may only sweep when it is used in that mode. I have MANY Invicta watches and have never had trouble with them.
Make sure you remove the plastic from right underneath the external dial; then, the hands should start to move. At least, that's what I did with the Invicta watch I bought. http://pinstor.us/2014/04/22/quality-in … men-women/
You might have to remove the back cover - the batteries dead. alternately, you may just need to move your wrist enough to activate the motion-sensor if it's a true automatic. http://mensinvictawatches.tumblr.com/celebrity-watches
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