Glycine Basel 2012

Glycine is a brand that AZ Fine Time has carried for years.  Aside from the great designs and movements, they are a fantastic price point.

Glycine’s tradition lies in “Airman” pilots type watches.  Very popular for US pilots during WWII, Glycine’s Airman series is still one of the most popular items around today.  Purist type watches (only counting in 24 hour increments) are extremely popular for us in this brand.  The new Airman SST 12 3903 (in 3 new variations)  are going to be huge hit!  The steel back will have a silhouette of its namesake, the Boeing Super Sonic Transport.

Glycine Airman SST 12

Glycine Airman SST 12

The Airman 17 and 18 are also going to be available in some new styles.  There will be the regular Airman 18/17 with Rose Gold accents on the bezel and dial.  There will also be the addition of the “Royal”, which will have an 18kt Rose Gold bezel.

Glycine Airman 18 2012

Glycine Airman 18 2012

Another huge hit this year is going to be the new variations of the Combat Sub Automatic.  The new “special” series this year will incorporate the new models the Stealth, Golden Eye, and 2 dual tone variations.  The quality for the money is definitely hard to beat, but the designs this year are very cool.  I’ll be looking forward to their arrival at AZFT!

Glycine Combat Sub Special "Stealth"

Glycine Combat Sub Special "Stealth"

Fans of the KMU48 will be very excited this year.  There are 2 new releases on the horizon.  The manual wind 48mm classic is going to be available in the next few months and will still be a great value from Glycine.

Glycine KMU48 12

Glycine KMU48 12

Please click below to see all the images we have from Glycine!

 

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