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Go Get Your Glycine..

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I know there are quite a few Glycine owners on the forum, so lets see a collection of them all together, if you don't have one, share your views on the brand - I personally think they produce watches of excellent build quality that are offered at a sensible price point

I'll start with this PVD Incursore

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Bought this new last year. It's the earlier version of the current Combat Sub. The dealer had it 'tucked away' and let me have it for the original price.

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Ooh, Glycine eh?

ive just bought one of those from this very forum

i was looking for a nice, clean, simple, legible dial with good lume, large (44mm+) case and a swiss movement. I very nearly ended up with another steinhart but couldnt resist this beauty

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strap actually comes from my police watch and fits pretty nicely!

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Nice watches but are they not about 2 grand?

No. Even with the recent increases in the value of the Swiss Franc most of their range is nowhere near that (apart from the top of the range Airman).

They're excellent, sort of a well kept secret. Please don't tell everbody or they'll all want one!!

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Guest robert75

Nice watches but are they not about 2 grand?

No. Even with the recent increases in the value of the Swiss Franc most of their range is nowhere near that (apart from the top of the range Airman).

They're excellent, sort of a well kept secret. Please don't tell everbody or they'll all want one!!

Seriously? I have been looking around for one of these for a while but almost all of the ones I have found start at around 1500.

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still good value for money esp. used.

i'd like to see a minute train on a few more of the dials but otherwise super build quality.

can't fault them.

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Nice to see you back BlueKnight. I wondered if perhaps your BMW had bitten you!

Thanks mate. But I did have a close call.

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I have a few but my photographic skills (sic) do not do them justice...

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Plus a couple more kicking around; great value and not appreciated by the wider audience, let's keep it that way :wink2: .

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I asked the Forum about Glycine a few months back and then took ages to decide which one to go for. Finally I went for a vintage Airman SST "Pumpkin" from around 1970. Quite a lot of money for an older watch but I love it!

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Here's a Combat that I used to own.....

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Glycine prove that you don't have to spend much to buy a new, excellent quality, Swiss watch :thumbup:

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I bought this new about seven years ago & it remains one of my most worn watches :thumbup:

Glycine Incursore Unitas 6497 17 Jewels

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Better late than never. Mr postman delivered this to be a couple of days ago..............

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A beautiful watch, but I'm unsure if its a keeper, due to the size of it.

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