Drop + Glycine Combat Sub "Soda" Automatic Watch
Drop + Glycine Combat Sub "Soda" Automatic Watch
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Product Description
We teamed up with Glycine to put our own twist on one of the company’s best sellers, the Combat Sub. You won’t find this exclusive version anywhere else.
A Combat Sub You Can Only Get Here

From its clean dial and diver’s bezel to its high water-resistance rating and reliable Swiss-made movement, the Glycine Combat Sub is a favorite of the watch community. It’s been released in different colors and finishes, but never before like this. This Drop-exclusive version of the Combat Sub has everything you loved about the original, now with a two-toned bezel reminiscent of the red and blue colorway popularized in the 1960s. Another notable addition is the reversion to the original Glycine logo—a throwback change that will delight any vintage watch lover. Crafted with a stainless steel case and a sapphire crystal with a triple dose of anti-reflective coating, this timepiece works as hard in the depths of the ocean as it does in an important meeting.

100+ Years of Swiss Craftsmanship

Established in 1914 by Eugène Meylan, Glycine traces its roots back to Bienne, Switzerland, the watchmaking capital of the world. Originally, Glycine was a movement manufacturer, but during the 1930s it launched its own line of timepieces. Later, in 1953 came the debut of the well-known Airman line, a collection of GMT watches with 24-hour analog dials and rotating bezels, used frequently by military and commercial pilots. The 1960s saw the release of the Combat Sub, a diver that soon became the brand’s calling card—for good reason. Today, Glycine has expanded its lineup to include a wide range of timepieces, but it still operates out of its headquarters in Bienne, Switzerland.

  • Movement: Glycine GL224 26-jewel automatic
  • 28800 vph
  • 38-hour power reserve
  • Case material: Stainless steel
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Caseback: Solid
  • Bezel: Aluminum
  • Date display
  • Unidirectional rotating bezel
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Case thickness: 10.6 mm
  • Lug width: 22 mm
  • Lug-to-lug: 50 mm
  • Water resistance: 200 m (654 ft)
  • Glycine’s 2-year warranty
  • Stainless steel bracelet

We get it. Sometimes what you ordered just doesn’t work out. If that’s the case for you, don’t fret! All customers (both US and international) may return or exchange this item in new, unused condition within 30 days of delivery.


All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Oct 23, 2020 PT.

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Hi, I have been a customer for 18 months or so now; and all in all ,with a few delays and lost watches I think Drop has given good service and great deals. I will continue to be an active customer and supporter,even if a bit cranky at times!! But, what I don't understand with some of the forward orders and long delays is why you have to take all of the purchase price up front!! Most companies, not just in watches but other products are happy to take a deposit, and then full payment just prior to delivery when the product is confirmed as in stock and ready for shipment. I understand the "normal" procedures where the offer time and lead time is say; 7 days and despatch two weeks later, as the discounted price is achieved with a large upfront bulk payment paid to the vendor so a reduced price can be gained. If you did offer the deposit system on the few situations where the despatch is many weeks away you might get less complaints!!!! I know it may be extra work, or even adding a sub program to your system: but I for one would prefer say a $100 deposit and the other $300 prior to despatch. I have read some comments of customers waiting 6 months or more . Currently I am happy with the standard system on normal orders, as like I said I appreciate the price is achieved with upfront payment. I wouldn't enter into any of these longer despatch times,for the same reason as some of these start up style arrangements; where they will only enter production if they take enough deposits. But at least they only ask for "deposit" rather than the entire purchase price. Maybe you could consider a deposit arrangement,who knows you may just increase the orders.