Glycine’s Combat SUB History

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Glycine’s Combat SUB History

Post by koimaster » December 9th 2021, 11:38am

Glycine’s Combat SUB: The Aviator’s Soaring Military Divers
We go in-depth with the Combat SUBs
Published by: Samuel Ng
Aug 15, 2020

Introduction

The vintage divers of old and modern dive watches of today have little differences. In such a demanding and popular watch category where most timepieces bear much resemblance, a new dive watch line-up may just slip by as yet another addition to the already saturated market. The irony is that there is actually a broad range of diver collections but as these timepieces follow the same structure, it may be hard to pinpoint what is unique to each line-up. As many watch brands craft their divers with reference to a proven formula consisting of an elapsed-time bezel, excellent water resistance, maximum legibility and a similar case form, these timepieces are usually based on popular classic 50s and 60s designs. Presenting re-mastered retro cues with contemporary twists or tributes to successful models of old.



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1946-2006

“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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Re: Glycine’s Combat SUB History

Post by koimaster » December 10th 2021, 9:53am

DoctorIvey wrote:
December 9th 2021, 5:05pm
Question: if the SUB and Airman were released during the “golden era” of Glycine, in which era are they currently residing?
The tin era with granny lalo claiming she invented the Airman for the german hairforce and the golden one live streaming from Panama about his 16th generation ties to the original glycine family back in the stone age.
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1946-2006

“Your heart was warm and happy

With the lilt of Irish laughter

Every day and in every way

Now forever and ever after."
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