The Invicta Russian Diver Quinotaur 4578, named after the Greek Myth, a bullish sea monster with five horns, retails for $675. Amazon sells it for $250. I found mine on eBay for $200 plus $10 shipping.
Featuring a swiss-movement, rubber strap with silver stainless steel cylinders, and a 52 mm bezel (58 mm if you include the crown), the Quinotaur is a large, bold watch. I recommend this size watch for men with wrists at least 7.5 inches. My wrists are slightly more than 8 inches and I use the strap's third punch hole.
The watch feels very comfortable and has solid, well-built feel. There's nothing cheap about the materials.
If you're looking for the Wow Factor without being garish, this watch fits the bill very well.
I do have a slight dislike for the little chain that dangles between the crown and the bezel and I'm tempted to have a jeweler remove it, if that's possible.
In terms of bang for your buck, the Quinotaur gets high marks. The Invicta price is good. For comparison, I like the Nixon 51-30 series, which sell on eBay for $300-330 with metal strap. For about $100 less, the Quinotuar delivers a lot of wow.
It feels good wearing it. I feel bigger, younger, more muscular. My bench press is up these days. I'm happy to help my neighbors carry a sofa up a flight of stairs. I'm back to popping off beer bottle caps with my teeth. No steroids. Just a manly watch.
Some Manly Watch Alternatives
If the chain and Russian diver theme don't suit your tastes, here are a couple of alternative recommendations:
The Nixon 51-30 platinum steel with red numerals and 50 mm bezel, about $300 on eBay.
Another Invicta you might like is the Force Master with 53 mm bezel, selling for $232 on Amazon.