Glycine’s biggest hit of 2012 was their new Combat Sub Stealth. Introduced at the Basel Fair and with very limited availability, this model is finally in stock at AZ Fine Time. Needless to say, we’re glad they’re here.
The military theme of the Combat series takes full effect in the Sub Stealth. With a black PVD coated 42mm case and blacked out numerals (which also utilize black luminova), it certainly lives up to the name. The nice attribute to the dial is that the numerals are outlined in white, which makes it much more legible than most “blacked out” pieces. The bezel is also black with a subtle gray 60 min counter.
In my opinion, the strap is what really adds the character to this piece. It’s olive green NATO strap is nicely designed and works very well with the black body of the watch. One interesting note I will make is that the clasp is PVD coated, yet the fold over rings are in stainless steel. This is an element I think gives more uniqueness to its design and overall look.
The movement is an ETA 2824-2, which is a workhorse, and is assembled and decorated by Glycine. Quality for the money is hard to pass up when it comes to the brand and the Glycine Combat Sub Stealth 3863.99AT9 N8-TB2 is no exception. At $1,350 MSRP, it’s an awesome price point, for an even more awesome watch.
Should you have any questions regarding this piece or any Glycine, please feel free to call us at 1-800-486-3996.
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