Due to relatively large number of collections of Invicta Watches, which all more or less include similar timepieces, it is not easy to make sharp distinctions that make the Corduba series different in comparison to all other series. Like almost entire products by the U.S. based watch manufacturer, the Corduba collection consists of large quartz timepieces with cases made of steel. However, certain subtle differences do exist. When speaking of this line of Invicta watches, one has to underline a couple of distinctive features. The first one is the undisputed influence of military wristwatches that had a lot to do with the present design of the watches from the collection. The second notable trait of the lineage is the presence of special caps which are used as a protection for screw-down crowns.
As said before, the entire Corduba collection consists of watches which are made with cases constructed of surgical grade stainless steel. Each of the timepieces is round-shaped, and with the diameter of 52 mm. Another common attribute is the presence of Swiss quartz mechanisms that are made with chronograph features. The only other additional function is the calendar which includes a date and day indication. All of the products from the series that draws inspiration from classic military timepieces have flame fusion glasses, unidirectional bezels and water resistance to 200 meters. Besides, the bracelets made of combined steel and polyurethane are found on each of the timepieces in the collection.