Brand/Model: Glycine Combat SUB Automatic
Movement: Swiss automatic
Material: stainless steel case and bracelet
Complications: date display
Price: Street price around $750 USD
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This is the second Glycine Combat automatic I have owned, the first being a smaller 39mm model with a modest 50 meters of water resistance. The Combat SUB automatic series is quite comprehensive, with a variety of dial colors and combos available. This model appealed to me because of its orange bezel and deep blue dial color, a unique color combination to say the least.
Cons: stamped part of clasp feels a bit cheap, would prefer spring bars on bracelet instead of friction pins
Verdict: the Combat SUB automatic is a no-nonsense watch that delivers on looks, quality and overall value. The orange bezel adds an extra bit of panache to a strong package.
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