Glycine LNIB AIRMAN 73919.19-LBK9 - WUS

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Glycine LNIB AIRMAN 73919.19-LBK9 - WUS

Post by koimaster » February 28th 2020, 9:31am

Glycine LNIB AIRMAN 73919.19-LBK9 Ready to ship with box, papers $ 500 - Lowest price I can go.

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Glycine has succeeded in building a watch for pilots and frequent travelers with the Airman 7 which was originally conceived back in the early 1990s with a revolutionary timepiece based on three movements displaying three individual time zones simultaneously. The Airman 7 model 3919.19 is now based on one single movement which controls all three time zones simultaneously by means of an ingenious complication.

The polished stainless steel case is 46mm with a exhibition screw on caseback displaying the movement. The Swiss Automatic caliber GL 230 is engraved with Glycines own trademark specialty ball bearing ruthenium coated oscillating weighted movement. Equipped with hours, minutes, seconds with two 24 hour sub-dials is easily readable with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The dial is a striking black patterned with a decorative embossed swirl design inspired by the sleek structure of a turbo jet engine. Glycines name and applied logo are above the white double date window with bright red contrasting numerals . The hour and minute hands are luminous along with the hour markers on the outer dial. The sub dials located at 2 and 5, both have a silver outer 24 hour circular dial and an interior embossed blue swirl design with each hand being luminous. The piece is fitted with an alligator grain calf skin leather strap that will keep your timepiece secure and in place.

The Airman 7 Collection from Glycine is sure to be a real eye catcher combining innovation and elegance in their most beautiful form.


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