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INCUR SORE KMU 48

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INCUR SORE KMU 48

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From its founding by Eugene Meylan in 1914, Glycine has continuously produced fine watches at its factory in Bienne, Switzerland. Meylan was an uncompromising watch engineer who strived for perfection and nothing less. He possessed a profound understanding of both the demands of the marketplace and the great possibilities offered by the technological advances of his era. A century has passed since the founding and 100 years after the creation of his first Glycine watch, Meylan’s spirit lives on ! Glycine, more than ever, burns its own trail by creating distinctive timepieces predicated upon the unique DNA developed by Meylan, always a bit outside of the mainstream. Today, Glycine is recognized as one of the real pioneers for world timer and aviation watches as well as high quality watches of imposing size and design. Since its founding in 1914 by Eugene Meylan, Glycine has remained a Swiss family company, which is today managed by Stephan Lack. STEPHAN LACK PRESIDENT GLYCINE WATCH

THE BEGINNING : THE HISTORY OF A PASSION

Since its founding by Eugène Meylan in 1914, Glycine has been producing watches at its factory in Bienne, Switzerland. Meylan was an uncompromising watch engineer who strove for perfection and nothing less. He had a profound understanding of both the market demands and the possibilities offered by the technological advances of the time. Very soon, he succeeded in producing extremely precise, small movements for ladies watches, enabling Glycine to put on the market the finest miniature movements, clad in precious gold and platinum cases, often studded with diamonds. Glycine became a supplier to the wealthy people who valued highly these works of fine craftsmanship. However, Meylan did not stop there. Around 1931, he presented to the world

market a well-functioning self-winding watch, entirely of his own invention, a sensational performance that, for lack of capital, could not be exploited commercially. Some of these GLYCINE Eugène Meylan SA self-winding watches can still be found on the collectors’ market. The year 1934 saw the launch of a chronometer range, a line of watches passing the exacting tests of the Official Swiss Quality Control. The depression years of the 30s and the approaching world war took a heavy toll on the company as Switzerland was cut off from nearly all its traditional export markets. Yet Glycine survived and even managed to be one of only 29 exhibitors at the Basel Fair in 1938, an annual event the firm has not missed since.

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From its founding by Eugene Meylan in 1914, Glycine has continuously produced fine watches at its factory in Bienne, Switzerland. Meylan was an uncompromising watch engineer who strived for perfection and nothing less. He possessed a profound understanding of both the demands of the marketplace and the great possibilities offered by the technological advances of his era. A century has passed since the founding and 100 years after the creation of his first Glycine watch, Meylan’s spirit lives on ! Glycine, more than ever, burns its own trail by creating distinctive timepieces predicated upon the unique DNA developed by Meylan, always a bit outside of the mainstream. Today, Glycine is recognized as one of the real pioneers for world timer and aviation watches as well as high quality watches of imposing size and design. Since its founding in 1914 by Eugene Meylan, Glycine has remained a Swiss family company, which is today managed by Stephan Lack. STEPHAN LACK PRESIDENT GLYCINE WATCH

THE BEGINNING : THE HISTORY OF A PASSION

Since its founding by Eugène Meylan in 1914, Glycine has been producing watches at its factory in Bienne, Switzerland. Meylan was an uncompromising watch engineer who strove for perfection and nothing less. He had a profound understanding of both the market demands and the possibilities offered by the technological advances of the time. Very soon, he succeeded in producing extremely precise, small movements for ladies watches, enabling Glycine to put on the market the finest miniature movements, clad in precious gold and platinum cases, often studded with diamonds. Glycine became a supplier to the wealthy people who valued highly these works of fine craftsmanship. However, Meylan did not stop there. Around 1931, he presented to the world

market a well-functioning self-winding watch, entirely of his own invention, a sensational performance that, for lack of capital, could not be exploited commercially. Some of these GLYCINE Eugène Meylan SA self-winding watches can still be found on the collectors’ market. The year 1934 saw the launch of a chronometer range, a line of watches passing the exacting tests of the Official Swiss Quality Control. The depression years of the 30s and the approaching world war took a heavy toll on the company as Switzerland was cut off from nearly all its traditional export markets. Yet Glycine survived and even managed to be one of only 29 exhibitors at the Basel Fair in 1938, an annual event the firm has not missed since.

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AFTER W W II

THE CRISIS

In the 70s, the Swiss watch industry – late in introducing quartz movements - was hit by the proliferation of quartz watches from the Far East.

In 1945, with the war over and access to world markets again possible, the industry took a deep breath. Immediately, Glycine geared up production and rapidly presented a complete range of automatic (self-winding) watches, making use of the most advanced technologies. 1952 saw the birth of the famous VACUUM chronometers, watches known for their incredible resistance to water and shocks, designed for long-term use under hostile conditions. They performed well beyond expectations.

In 1953, the AIRMAN line was presented to the world market and immediately received an enthusiastic welcome. Now, in addition to regular local time, world time was available at a glance. The steadily growing class of jet-setters and frequent travellers readily took to the convenience of having two time zones on their wrist. The AIRMAN line has never been absent from the Glycine selection, and is, today more than ever, the spearhead of the range.

The technological revolution brought about by the quartz movement, together with the world-wide recession and a massive increase in value of the Swiss franc, pushed many manufacturers to the brink of disaster. The products that had earned Glycine such an excellent reputation, namely high-quality mechanical watches and above all automatic watches, were suddenly no longer in general demand. Customers everywhere were buying Japanese quartz watches or American digital LED watches. The lucrative business with highlyregarded automatic watches was over, and these

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were now being sold off at give-away prices. The market went through a turnaround in its values, a tendency which further intensified as the price for the initially exorbitantly expensive quartz watches consistently dropped to a level where it finally drove even the cheap pin-pallet (Roskopf) mechanical movements out of the market. Many market shares were lost, the industry entered into a crisis that lasted six years and cost roughly 60,000 jobs. Glycine too suffered heavily but managed to survive. In 1984, soldering on with a reduced staff, Glycine was sold to Hans BrechbĂźhler, who had been working for years with Glycine in a loose cooperation based on the joint development and exchange of watch models.


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AFTER W W II

THE CRISIS

In the 70s, the Swiss watch industry – late in introducing quartz movements - was hit by the proliferation of quartz watches from the Far East.

In 1945, with the war over and access to world markets again possible, the industry took a deep breath. Immediately, Glycine geared up production and rapidly presented a complete range of automatic (self-winding) watches, making use of the most advanced technologies. 1952 saw the birth of the famous VACUUM chronometers, watches known for their incredible resistance to water and shocks, designed for long-term use under hostile conditions. They performed well beyond expectations.

In 1953, the AIRMAN line was presented to the world market and immediately received an enthusiastic welcome. Now, in addition to regular local time, world time was available at a glance. The steadily growing class of jet-setters and frequent travellers readily took to the convenience of having two time zones on their wrist. The AIRMAN line has never been absent from the Glycine selection, and is, today more than ever, the spearhead of the range.

The technological revolution brought about by the quartz movement, together with the world-wide recession and a massive increase in value of the Swiss franc, pushed many manufacturers to the brink of disaster. The products that had earned Glycine such an excellent reputation, namely high-quality mechanical watches and above all automatic watches, were suddenly no longer in general demand. Customers everywhere were buying Japanese quartz watches or American digital LED watches. The lucrative business with highlyregarded automatic watches was over, and these

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were now being sold off at give-away prices. The market went through a turnaround in its values, a tendency which further intensified as the price for the initially exorbitantly expensive quartz watches consistently dropped to a level where it finally drove even the cheap pin-pallet (Roskopf) mechanical movements out of the market. Many market shares were lost, the industry entered into a crisis that lasted six years and cost roughly 60,000 jobs. Glycine too suffered heavily but managed to survive. In 1984, soldering on with a reduced staff, Glycine was sold to Hans BrechbĂźhler, who had been working for years with Glycine in a loose cooperation based on the joint development and exchange of watch models.


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THE COME-BACK

MECHANICS IN THE ASCENDANT, THE GIANTS TAKE OVER The markets were now ready for watches of real value, and Glycine made the most of it.

Following the purchase of Glycine in 1984, Brechbühler, who had been a specialist in private label business, switched over to the brand watch business, an entirely new experience for him. Progressively, new products were developed that enabled Glycine to work successfully in countries such as Scandinavia, Italy, Holland, Belgium and Germany. A quartz collection was created and an international network of agencies sprang to life again. Extremely resistant watches, such as the TJALK and HEAVY DUTY models, were launched and added to the prestige of the brand. The market accepted with pleasure the GOLDSHIELD line, featuring a standard of goldplating much higher than anything the

competitors could present. The sophisticated super-thin AMARANTH watches received an enthusiastic welcome in Italy and the USA. The new strategies began to pay off in the early 1990s when Brechbühler’s daughter Katherina, born in 1962, joined the company and successfully implemented her own brand concept, resulting in mechanical products being increasingly integrated into the company’s collections. This strategy proved effective in positioning Glycine as a specialist, with a long tradition in the field of mechanical watches. After an initial success in Germany, the first to really accept the mechanical watches on a large scale, the new range of Glycine products spread to other countries.

Beginning in the late 90s and in quick succession, a rich assortment of mechanical watches, with steadily growing diameters, was presented to the market, from the 37 mm COMBAT to the 42 mm OBSERVER, the 44 and 46 mm INCURSORE, the 48 mm KMU and, to top it off, the 52 mm F 104, one of the biggest wrist watches ever produced. Chronographs with the famous V 7750 and 7751 movements were added, such as the classic 46 mm STRATOFORTE, the giant GRAND CARRE 3810 and the elegant barrel-shaped ALTUS, inspired by a successful Glycine model of the 50s. All these big size watches gave the company the status of a daring innovator that did not hesitate to push the size of its watches beyond every dimension known so far.

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THE COME-BACK

MECHANICS IN THE ASCENDANT, THE GIANTS TAKE OVER The markets were now ready for watches of real value, and Glycine made the most of it.

Following the purchase of Glycine in 1984, Brechbühler, who had been a specialist in private label business, switched over to the brand watch business, an entirely new experience for him. Progressively, new products were developed that enabled Glycine to work successfully in countries such as Scandinavia, Italy, Holland, Belgium and Germany. A quartz collection was created and an international network of agencies sprang to life again. Extremely resistant watches, such as the TJALK and HEAVY DUTY models, were launched and added to the prestige of the brand. The market accepted with pleasure the GOLDSHIELD line, featuring a standard of goldplating much higher than anything the

competitors could present. The sophisticated super-thin AMARANTH watches received an enthusiastic welcome in Italy and the USA. The new strategies began to pay off in the early 1990s when Brechbühler’s daughter Katherina, born in 1962, joined the company and successfully implemented her own brand concept, resulting in mechanical products being increasingly integrated into the company’s collections. This strategy proved effective in positioning Glycine as a specialist, with a long tradition in the field of mechanical watches. After an initial success in Germany, the first to really accept the mechanical watches on a large scale, the new range of Glycine products spread to other countries.

Beginning in the late 90s and in quick succession, a rich assortment of mechanical watches, with steadily growing diameters, was presented to the market, from the 37 mm COMBAT to the 42 mm OBSERVER, the 44 and 46 mm INCURSORE, the 48 mm KMU and, to top it off, the 52 mm F 104, one of the biggest wrist watches ever produced. Chronographs with the famous V 7750 and 7751 movements were added, such as the classic 46 mm STRATOFORTE, the giant GRAND CARRE 3810 and the elegant barrel-shaped ALTUS, inspired by a successful Glycine model of the 50s. All these big size watches gave the company the status of a daring innovator that did not hesitate to push the size of its watches beyond every dimension known so far.

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AIRMAN FOREVER

Already in 1953, Glycine started the production of its first Airman model, a watch that has become legendary. The design and features of this watch had been worked out in close co-operation with pilots of civil and military aviation. Undoubtedly this line gave Glycine the status of a pioneer in the field of world time watches. Over the years Airman models have never been absent from the Glycine range, even during the period when quartz movements dominated the world market. In reply to market demand, two AIRMAN models with ETA quartz movements were launched, gaining particular success in Japan and USA, where demand for real world time watches had not faded. The year 1998 brought the long-awaited rebirth of this leader, with model ref. 3764, AIRMAN 2000. By using an exquisite ETA movement 2893-2, Glycine offered a three-time-zone timekeeper,

unique in the field of 24-hour watches. The following year, the AIRMAN line was enlarged by a jumbo 46 mm watch, featuring a special locking system on the revolving top ring. At Basel Fair 2002, a genuine world novelty was offered to the public under the name of AIRMAN 7, a watch featuring three independent self-winding movements, showing time simultaneously in four different time zones on three independent dials. The case measures a stunning 53 mm in diameter yet fits well on an average wrist. Its sapphire glass back allows for a fascinating view of three finely embellished self-winding movements. The world economic crisis of 2009 and the passing away of Hans Brechbühler in 2010 brought Glycine again back into difficulties. In 2011 Glycine was taken over by Stephan Lack who succeeded in bringing Glycine to the next step.

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In 2012 Glycine launched the Airman vintage 1953, which was presented in a legendary wooden box and very well received in the market. In 2013 Glycine presented a unique, but not for sale, trilogy to the world famous Airman No.1 with original case and original Felsa 692 movement.

In 2014 Glycine is launching the Airman AirFighter, a stunning multiple time zone wristwatch with a revolutionary lefthanded slide chronograph. In the same year Glycine is surprising the watch market with the Airman Seven, a watch displaying three individual time zones at once, based on one movement. From 1914 to this day Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of mechanical watches ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. Today, Glycine is active world-wide by means of a steadily growing network of distributors, allowing the company to increase production while maintaining the quality of its products. Widespread and reliable aftersale service remains an important factor in the company’s growth, and Glycine is taking utmost care to provide impeccable performance in this field. Offering excellent

value at reasonable prices is an important part of Glycine’s philosophy. The company’s strong foundation, coupled with its emphasis on rugged and reliable products, make Glycine a respected name in Swiss watchmaking today.


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AIRMAN FOREVER

Already in 1953, Glycine started the production of its first Airman model, a watch that has become legendary. The design and features of this watch had been worked out in close co-operation with pilots of civil and military aviation. Undoubtedly this line gave Glycine the status of a pioneer in the field of world time watches. Over the years Airman models have never been absent from the Glycine range, even during the period when quartz movements dominated the world market. In reply to market demand, two AIRMAN models with ETA quartz movements were launched, gaining particular success in Japan and USA, where demand for real world time watches had not faded. The year 1998 brought the long-awaited rebirth of this leader, with model ref. 3764, AIRMAN 2000. By using an exquisite ETA movement 2893-2, Glycine offered a three-time-zone timekeeper,

unique in the field of 24-hour watches. The following year, the AIRMAN line was enlarged by a jumbo 46 mm watch, featuring a special locking system on the revolving top ring. At Basel Fair 2002, a genuine world novelty was offered to the public under the name of AIRMAN 7, a watch featuring three independent self-winding movements, showing time simultaneously in four different time zones on three independent dials. The case measures a stunning 53 mm in diameter yet fits well on an average wrist. Its sapphire glass back allows for a fascinating view of three finely embellished self-winding movements. The world economic crisis of 2009 and the passing away of Hans Brechbühler in 2010 brought Glycine again back into difficulties. In 2011 Glycine was taken over by Stephan Lack who succeeded in bringing Glycine to the next step.

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In 2012 Glycine launched the Airman vintage 1953, which was presented in a legendary wooden box and very well received in the market. In 2013 Glycine presented a unique, but not for sale, trilogy to the world famous Airman No.1 with original case and original Felsa 692 movement.

In 2014 Glycine is launching the Airman AirFighter, a stunning multiple time zone wristwatch with a revolutionary lefthanded slide chronograph. In the same year Glycine is surprising the watch market with the Airman Seven, a watch displaying three individual time zones at once, based on one movement. From 1914 to this day Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of mechanical watches ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. Today, Glycine is active world-wide by means of a steadily growing network of distributors, allowing the company to increase production while maintaining the quality of its products. Widespread and reliable aftersale service remains an important factor in the company’s growth, and Glycine is taking utmost care to provide impeccable performance in this field. Offering excellent

value at reasonable prices is an important part of Glycine’s philosophy. The company’s strong foundation, coupled with its emphasis on rugged and reliable products, make Glycine a respected name in Swiss watchmaking today.


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AIRMAN WHENEVER THE SUBJECT OF AVIATION COMES UP, THE NAME OF GLYCINE IS MENTIONED AS ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF WATCHMAKING FOR PILOTS AND FREQUENT TRAVELLERS. Beginning in 1953, Glycine started production of the Airman, a watch that became legendary for introducing multiple time-zone watches to the market. Since then, Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of aviation watches, ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. In 2002 Glycine reached a new pinnacle when it launched a genuine innovation, the Airman 7, featuring three mechanical movements simultaneously displaying the time in four time zones.


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AIRMAN WHENEVER THE SUBJECT OF AVIATION COMES UP, THE NAME OF GLYCINE IS MENTIONED AS ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF WATCHMAKING FOR PILOTS AND FREQUENT TRAVELLERS. Beginning in 1953, Glycine started production of the Airman, a watch that became legendary for introducing multiple time-zone watches to the market. Since then, Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of aviation watches, ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. In 2002 Glycine reached a new pinnacle when it launched a genuine innovation, the Airman 7, featuring three mechanical movements simultaneously displaying the time in four time zones.


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AIRMAN

NUMBER ONE 1 › 3944.19.LBK9

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AIRMAN

NUMBER ONE 1 › 3944.19.LBK9

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AIRMAN

1953 VINTAGE 1 › 3904.14/66.TB9

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1953 VINTAGE 1 › 3904.14/66.TB9

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AIRMAN

AIRFIGHTER 1 › 3921.18.LB9B  2 › 3921.19.LB960B 3 › 3921.96.LB96B

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AIRMAN

AIRFIGHTER 1 › 3921.18.LB9B  2 › 3921.19.LB960B 3 › 3921.96.LB96B

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AIRMAN

SEVEN 1 › 3919.19.LBK9 2 › 3919.18.LBK8

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AIRMAN

SEVEN 1 › 3919.19.LBK9 2 › 3919.18.LBK8

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AIRMAN

SST 12 1 › 3903.188.LBN9  2 › 3903.196.LBN7 3 › 3903.19/66.LBN9

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AIRMAN

SST 12 1 › 3903.188.LBN9  2 › 3903.196.LBN7 3 › 3903.19/66.LBN9

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 17 1 › SPHAIR 3927.191.LB9B  2 › 3917.18.LB8B 3 › ROYAL 3930.38.LB8B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 17 1 › SPHAIR 3927.191.LB9B  2 › 3917.18.LB8B 3 › ROYAL 3930.38.LB8B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 17 1 › 3917.196.LB7BF  2 › 3917.19.LB9B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 17 1 › 3917.196.LB7BF  2 › 3917.19.LB9B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 18 1 › 3918.179N.LB2U  2 › 3928.18.LB8B 3 › SPHAIR 3928.191.LB9B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 18 1 › 3918.179N.LB2U  2 › 3928.18.LB8B 3 › SPHAIR 3928.191.LB9B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 18 1 › 3918.19.LB9B  2 › 3918.18/66.LB8B 3 › ROYAL 3931.38.LB8B

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AIRMAN

AIRMAN 18 1 › 3918.19.LB9B  2 › 3918.18/66.LB8B 3 › ROYAL 3931.38.LB8B

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AIRMAN

CHRONO 09 1 › 3840.11.LB8B  2 › 3840.18.LBK8

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AIRMAN

CHRONO 09 1 › 3840.11.LB8B  2 › 3840.18.LBK8

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AIRMAN

BASE 22 1 › MYSTERY 3887.99.TB99  2 › LUMINOUS 3887.95SL.TB99

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AIRMAN

BASE 22 1 › MYSTERY 3887.99.TB99  2 › LUMINOUS 3887.95SL.TB99

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AIRMAN

BASE 22 1 › 3887.11/66.LB7BH  2 › 3887.18/66.LB8B 3 › 3887.19.LB9B

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AIRMAN

BASE 22 1 › 3887.11/66.LB7BH  2 › 3887.18/66.LB8B 3 › 3887.19.LB9B

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COMBAT SINCE THE EARLY 60S, GLYCINE HAS SERVED THE MARKET WITH THIS LINE OF STURDY AND CAPTIVATING WATCHES, MADE FOR EXACTING CONDITIONS OF WEAR AND USE. The precise automatic and chronograph movements are housed in a high-grade steel case of rugged construction, offering excellent value for money. 
Combat watches stand out for their classic design, enduring strength and reliability. 
All through the years, this line of watches has enjoyed unbroken popularity in military and sport circles.


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COMBAT SINCE THE EARLY 60S, GLYCINE HAS SERVED THE MARKET WITH THIS LINE OF STURDY AND CAPTIVATING WATCHES, MADE FOR EXACTING CONDITIONS OF WEAR AND USE. The precise automatic and chronograph movements are housed in a high-grade steel case of rugged construction, offering excellent value for money. 
Combat watches stand out for their classic design, enduring strength and reliability. 
All through the years, this line of watches has enjoyed unbroken popularity in military and sport circles.


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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 43 MM 1 › 3890.19.MB  2 › 3890.18.MB

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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 43 MM 1 › 3890.19.MB  2 › 3890.18.MB

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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 43 MM 1 › 3890.19AT.LB9B  2 › 3890.11.LB7BF 3 › 3890.17AT.LB7BH 2 ›

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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 43 MM 1 › 3890.19AT.LB9B  2 › 3890.11.LB7BF 3 › 3890.17AT.LB7BH 2 ›

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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 36 MM 1 › 3916.19.LB9B  2 › 3916.19AT.LB7BH 3 › 3916.17AT.MB  4 › 3916.18.LBK8 5 › 3916.11.LBK7F

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COMBAT

6 AUTOMATIC 36 MM 1 › 3916.19.LB9B  2 › 3916.19AT.LB7BH 3 › 3916.17AT.MB  4 › 3916.18.LBK8 5 › 3916.11.LBK7F

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COMBAT

7 AUTOMATIC 1 › 3898.19AT-SP.LB9B  2 › 3898.14T-SP.LB7BF 3 › 3898.19AT6-SB.MB

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COMBAT

7 AUTOMATIC 1 › 3898.19AT-SP.LB9B  2 › 3898.14T-SP.LB7BF 3 › 3898.19AT6-SB.MB

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COMBAT

CHRONOGRAPH 1 › 3924.19AT.LBK7F  2 › 3924.11AT.LBK7H

2 ›

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COMBAT

CHRONOGRAPH 1 › 3924.19AT.LBK7F  2 › 3924.11AT.LBK7H

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COMBAT

CHRONOGRAPH 1 › 3924.106AT.TB2  2 › 3924.10AT.TB2 3 › 3924.15AT.LB7BH

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COMBAT

CHRONOGRAPH 1 › 3924.106AT.TB2  2 › 3924.10AT.TB2 3 › 3924.15AT.LB7BH

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › STEALTH 3863.99AT.N8-TB2  2 › 3863.196N.MB 3 › 3863.18ATO.MB  4 › 3863.19AT.D9

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › STEALTH 3863.99AT.N8-TB2  2 › 3863.196N.MB 3 › 3863.18ATO.MB  4 › 3863.19AT.D9

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › 3863.39-R.TBA9  2 › 3863.34.C6.LB4 3 › 3863.19AT2C.LB7BF  4 › GOLDEN EYE 3863.399 C6.TBA9

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › 3863.39-R.TBA9  2 › 3863.34.C6.LB4 3 › 3863.19AT2C.LB7BF  4 › GOLDEN EYE 3863.399 C6.TBA9

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › 3863.38.B6 D8D  2 › 3863.14B.D8 3 › 3863.15AB.D8  4 › 3863.19AT2V.MB

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COMBAT

SUB AUTOMATIC 1 › 3863.38.B6 D8D  2 › 3863.14B.D8 3 › 3863.15AB.D8  4 › 3863.19AT2V.MB

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INCURSORE GLYCINE’S FIRST REAL OVERSIZE WATCH TO TRIGGER THE TREND TOWARDS BIG TIME KEEPERS IN LEADING MARKETS. The word Incursore means « intruder », and intrusion is properly what this watch produced in many countries. With diameters of 44 to 48 mm, strikingly strong-looking steel cases, giant steel crowns and big dials, this new watch generation forced its way into the watch market and created a new trend. 
Their functionality and style live up to the modern criteria for industrial design, while their technical performance is a match for all expectations in military and civil use.


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INCURSORE GLYCINE’S FIRST REAL OVERSIZE WATCH TO TRIGGER THE TREND TOWARDS BIG TIME KEEPERS IN LEADING MARKETS. The word Incursore means « intruder », and intrusion is properly what this watch produced in many countries. With diameters of 44 to 48 mm, strikingly strong-looking steel cases, giant steel crowns and big dials, this new watch generation forced its way into the watch market and created a new trend. 
Their functionality and style live up to the modern criteria for industrial design, while their technical performance is a match for all expectations in military and civil use.


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INCURSORE

44 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3922.11L-PL-LBK7F   2 › 3922.19L-ST.LBK7F 3 › 3922.17-ST.MB  4 › 3922.19-PL.LBK7H

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44 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3922.11L-PL-LBK7F   2 › 3922.19L-ST.LBK7F 3 › 3922.17-ST.MB  4 › 3922.19-PL.LBK7H

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INCURSORE

44 MM MANUAL 1 › 3923.19L.LB9B  2 › 3823.19.MB 3 › 3823.99L.LB9B

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44 MM MANUAL 1 › 3923.19L.LB9B  2 › 3823.19.MB 3 › 3823.99L.LB9B

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46 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3874.999.LB9B  2 › 3874.19.MB 3 › 3874.91.LB9B  4 › 3874.177-PL.LBK7F

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46 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3874.999.LB9B  2 › 3874.19.MB 3 › 3874.91.LB9B  4 › 3874.177-PL.LBK7F

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46 MM MANUAL 1 › 3873.19SL.LB9B  2 › 3873.19.MB 3 › 3873.91.LB9B

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46 MM MANUAL 1 › 3873.19SL.LB9B  2 › 3873.19.MB 3 › 3873.91.LB9B

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KMU 48 LAUNCHED AS EARLY AS 1999, THE « BIG SIZE » CLASSIC OF THE GLYCINE COLLECTION, A REMAKE OF A RANGE OF FAMOUS MILITARY WATCHES, ADAPTED TO MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND TASTE. The XL-case is made of high grade steel, available in polished, satinated or sandblasted execution or black PVD coating.


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KMU 48 LAUNCHED AS EARLY AS 1999, THE « BIG SIZE » CLASSIC OF THE GLYCINE COLLECTION, A REMAKE OF A RANGE OF FAMOUS MILITARY WATCHES, ADAPTED TO MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND TASTE. The XL-case is made of high grade steel, available in polished, satinated or sandblasted execution or black PVD coating.


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KMU 48

KMU 48 1 › 3906.99AT.LB33  2 › 3905.99AT.LB90 3 › 3906.19AT.LB33

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KMU 48 1 › 3906.99AT.LB33  2 › 3905.99AT.LB90 3 › 3906.19AT.LB33

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F 104 THE XL-CASE IS MADE OF HIGH GRADE STEEL, AVAILABLE IN POLISHED, SATINATED OR SANDBLASTED EXECUTION OR BLACK PVD COATING. Many Glycine watches carry the hallmark of this affinity, such as the F 104. Conceived in the fashion of a cockpit instrument, this extraordinary model impresses by its pure functionality. The watch features a stainless steel case that houses a manual wound pocket watch movement.
The glass back which is fixed with six screws, allows for a full view of the SWISS automatic movement. Despite its extraordinary size, the case is ergonomically designed and conforms to any wrist by use of articulated lugs. 
A pyramid-shaped double o-ring crown lends an antique look and touch long missing from today’s fine timepieces.


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F 104 THE XL-CASE IS MADE OF HIGH GRADE STEEL, AVAILABLE IN POLISHED, SATINATED OR SANDBLASTED EXECUTION OR BLACK PVD COATING. Many Glycine watches carry the hallmark of this affinity, such as the F 104. Conceived in the fashion of a cockpit instrument, this extraordinary model impresses by its pure functionality. The watch features a stainless steel case that houses a manual wound pocket watch movement.
The glass back which is fixed with six screws, allows for a full view of the SWISS automatic movement. Despite its extraordinary size, the case is ergonomically designed and conforms to any wrist by use of articulated lugs. 
A pyramid-shaped double o-ring crown lends an antique look and touch long missing from today’s fine timepieces.


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F 104

48 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3932.19AT.LB7R  2 › 3932.15AT.LB7R 3 › 3932.14T.LB7BH

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48 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3932.19AT.LB7R  2 › 3932.15AT.LB7R 3 › 3932.14T.LB7BH

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F 104

40 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3933.14T.LB7R  2 › 3933.19AT.LB7R 3 › 3933.15AT.LB7R

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40 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3933.14T.LB7R  2 › 3933.19AT.LB7R 3 › 3933.15AT.LB7R

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F 104

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40 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3933.19ND.LBK9  2 › 3933.98.ND.LBK8


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40 MM AUTOMATIC 1 › 3933.19ND.LBK9  2 › 3933.98.ND.LBK8


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F 104

SPECIAL 1OO YEARS LIMITED EDITION 250 PIECES AVAILABLE AS SET, ONLY 1 › 3932.146AT.LB7R  2 › 3828.146AT

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SPECIAL 1OO YEARS LIMITED EDITION 250 PIECES AVAILABLE AS SET, ONLY 1 › 3932.146AT.LB7R  2 › 3828.146AT

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CLASSICS WHENEVER THE SUBJECT OF AVIATION COMES UP, THE NAME OF GLYCINE IS MENTIONED AS ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF WATCHMAKING FOR PILOTS AND FREQUENT TRAVELLERS. Beginning in 1953, Glycine started the production of the Airman, a watch that became legendary for introducing multiple time-zone watches to the market. Since then, Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of aviation watches, ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. In 2002 Glycine reached a new pinnacle when it launched a genuine innovation, the Airman 7, featuring three mechanical movements simultaneously displaying the time in four time zones.


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CLASSICS WHENEVER THE SUBJECT OF AVIATION COMES UP, THE NAME OF GLYCINE IS MENTIONED AS ONE OF THE PIONEERS OF WATCHMAKING FOR PILOTS AND FREQUENT TRAVELLERS. Beginning in 1953, Glycine started the production of the Airman, a watch that became legendary for introducing multiple time-zone watches to the market. Since then, Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of aviation watches, ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items. In 2002 Glycine reached a new pinnacle when it launched a genuine innovation, the Airman 7, featuring three mechanical movements simultaneously displaying the time in four time zones.


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CLASSICS

AUTOMATIC 1 › 3910.11.LBK9   2 › 3910.29.LBK9 3 › 3910.31.LBK9

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AUTOMATIC 1 › 3910.11.LBK9   2 › 3910.29.LBK9 3 › 3910.31.LBK9

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