Invicta Cruise: A Jason Taylor Glycine

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Invicta Cruise: A Jason Taylor Glycine

Post by TemerityB » February 29th 2020, 5:38pm

I thought Lalo said the brands would remain separate?

It looks like a nice Combat Sub model but with the football players' sig line stamped on it. Not bashing, just reporting.

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Post by bbattle » February 29th 2020, 6:47pm

Is the bezel green? I'd like to see better pictures; that could be a good look.

Could be interesting in person to see but that signature has got to go and it appears the crown has too much space between it and its guards.

If I were to go black case, I'd go with a black silicone or leather strap. But then, I'm not hip or cool or whatever the kids are saying these days.
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Re: Invicta Cruise: A Jason Taylor Glycine

Post by TemerityB » February 29th 2020, 6:51pm

bbattle wrote:
February 29th 2020, 6:47pm
Is the bezel green? I'd like to see better pictures; that could be a good look.

Could be interesting in person to see but that signature has got to go and it appears the crown has too much space between it and its guards.

If I were to go black case, I'd go with a black silicone or leather strap. But then, I'm not hip or cool or whatever the kids are saying these days.
Yes, it has a green bezel. Caught it on TV last night between all the on-ship raffles and standing ovations for Justin Zimmer.
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Re: Invicta Cruise: A Jason Taylor Glycine

Post by foghorn » February 29th 2020, 7:16pm

That one is at Ashford but not described as a"JT" model. Aside from the size (and for the Invicta paranoid, there have been48 mm versions of the Combat sub and this is a smaller 46mm version) it's a nice looking Swiss Made watch.

https://www.ashford.com/us/watches/glyc ... 1180&so=58
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Re: Invicta Cruise: A Jason Taylor Glycine

Post by koimaster » March 1st 2020, 11:54am

codguy wrote:
February 29th 2020, 11:48pm
it does appear Glycine is slowly jumping shark.......

Yep
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