Drop + Glycine Combat Sub "Soda" Automatic Watch
Drop + Glycine Combat Sub "Soda" Automatic Watch
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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.

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JaleesaG
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Marketing Team
Sep 14, 2020
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9/14 UPDATE Hi Everyone, Thanks so much for your order and patience during these challenging times. We are excited to let you know that the Drop + Glycine Combat Sub "Soda" Automatic watches are at last shipping! One small change: Your Glycine Combat Sub “Soda” Edition watch now has a date window cyclops lens, like the original limited edition run. This feature is a small magnifier over the date field and it enhances legibility. We hope you like this new feature, but also realize not all changes are welcome. Therefore if you wish to return on account of this modification, please reach out to Customer Community at drop.com/support. Thanks again. We will always try to do our best and wish to ensure your satisfaction with our products. We hope you will be pleased and can’t wait for you to receive your watch.
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jimbo2002
0
Oct 17, 2020
is that tracking for despatch from you guys to customers or when you will receive shipment from glycine ? thx
JAone
577
Oct 19, 2020
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.
jontpt
28
Oct 10, 2020
The Pepsi bezel and cyclops are worth an extra $70 because...?
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cm.rook
58
Oct 8, 2020
This much for a aluminum bezel? Aragon had meteorite bezels and dial pieces on sale for about the same price.
RayF
22799
Oct 11, 2020
Meteorite bezels?!!! Don't make me laugh--my Superman watch has a Kryptonite bezel!

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RayF
22799
Oct 8, 2020
Frankly I don’t care about the delays—I don’t like the watch. What pisses me off (among other things) is when yet another twenty-something, non-watch, MD wonder-merchant has the naïveté to say to our already long-suffering Watch Community members, something as annoying as: “...the watch now has a date window cyclops lens, like the original limited edition run. This feature is a small magnifier over the date field and it enhances legibility.” Frankly, that sort thing makes me want to reach through the screen and grab someone by the throat and whisper softly in their ear: “WE KNOW WHAT A FUCKING CYCLOPS MAGNIFIER IS, YOU TWIT!!!” Or did you imagine people are coughing up four-hundred bucks for a watch because their phone died and they really, really want to know what time it is? Fuck me, who hires these people?
arntse45
8
Oct 4, 2020
Still waiting for a 40mm or smaller with 20mm lugs or smaller version!!! Cmon glycine, you can do it!!!
RayF
22799
Oct 8, 2020
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Hewitt29
1237
Oct 3, 2020
I actually like this Pepsi version! Scary 👻 thoughts 💭 here but first Glycine for me, maybe ? Lol
ahcash
0
Oct 3, 2020
Received this today. Looks good. I will need to remove some links to fit my tiny wrist. Are the pins screw in or? Questions I have. Does this come with any manual or booklet? There is no warranty card or anything inside the box.
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RayF
22799
Oct 8, 2020
You have the damn watch, why are you asking us?!
Jazzman
140
Sep 26, 2020
Looks just like my $59 invicta pepsi quartz. And I have a bronze combat sub. Pass.
RayF
22799
Oct 8, 2020
We’ve all been waiting on pins and needles to hear that! Okay everybody: we can exhale now!
Brattem
13
Sep 26, 2020
poor man’s ROLEX in all ways —
BeastMD
82
Sep 26, 2020
Ugh. Such a tired and stupid comment.
RayF
22799
Oct 8, 2020
Gets tireder, and stupider with each repetition!
Nathski
2
Sep 26, 2020
That’s a big chunk of change for an aluminium bezel. Couldn’t stretch to a nice ceramic?!
sweet1808
3
Oct 17, 2020
You forgot screwed pins! The biggest fad of them all! Screws strip, rust, loosen (even fall out), and can be hard to replace. Pins work better, are stronger, and will always be easily replaceable should one ever fall out - and good luck getting on to fall out!
RayF
22799
Oct 17, 2020
I think you mean "one" to fall out? And while have nothing against pins, I hate pins and collars! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwr3kkLKjqo
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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.