Glycine presented their new arrangement of Incursore watches, reminding us how everything began with this model in 1998. The Glycine Incursore was an exceptionally enormous watch for that period as expected, and I recollect that on the grounds that a watch authority colleague of mine had a Glycine – which I thought was simply incredibly estimated at the time.
The new Incursore II model is 44mm in width (no big deal in 2010) and comes in a hand wound mechanical form just as a programmed development variant. The first Incursore in quite a while a hand wound model, so I would actually go for that one. The pleasantly brushed 44mm case holds either the hand wound ETA/Unitas 6498 development or the programmed ETA 2824-2 development. The programmed variant has a focused seconds hand rather than the hand wound adaptation, which has a little seconds hand at 6 o’clock.
Besides the distinctions in feel of these two models in dial print and area of the seconds hand, know about the way that the type 6498 development was made for enormous (pocket) estimated watches and the type 2824-2 is a moderately little development. The two models have a transparent case back, so you will see this distinction soon enough.
What I truly like about Glycine, is that the costs of these watches are reasonable. It appears to become extremely common that watch marks simply charge more than 3000 euro for a plain outsider development driven watch, with no set of experiences, credits, fair after deals uphold or at all. Glycine is a brand that exists for right around 100 years presently, has a couple of popular or even notable watch models ( think Airman, as covered here previously ) and utilizes a value point that ought to be in reach for each watch collector.
The Glycine Incursore II is accessible for 890 CHF (roughly $900) with a cowhide lash and add 100 CHF more for a treated steel wristband. The cost for the programmed and hand wound development is equal.
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