Glycine Combat 6 Bronze 43mm Automatic Watch
Glycine Combat 6 Bronze 43mm Automatic Watch
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Glycine has been in the watchmaking business for well over a century, and the Combat 6 is one of its tried-and-true models. On this version, Glycine has swapped the traditional stainless steel case for bronze that develops a natural patina over time Read More

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Honeybadgers
285
Sep 27, 2020
I kinda wanted the white but my wife and two coworkers all said blue since the hands are a little weak. Ain't gonna be wearing it anywhere that I need the lume anyways. I have several other watches for that. I just like the idea of a bronze case semi-dress watch, and my bronze combat sub has sold me on glycine's bronze stuff.
RayF
22865
Sep 20, 2020
Bronze is okay, but the hands on this version are a definitely a little weak. Here's an idea: wouldn't it be great if MD and Invicta/Glycine got together on a re-release of the stainless Glycine Combat Vintage?!!! They're impossible to find these days--reasonably priced anyway. My pick would be the black dial version, now that's a damn watch!
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On the other hand, if you don't mind a Combat Vintage in the white/silver dial configuration, Jomashop has 'em IN-STOCK at a decent price:
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RayF
22865
Sep 20, 2020
And a moon phase too? Maybe barometric pressure and a Helium escape valve for good measure? No--that would take a simple, straight forward watch design to the FUBAR zone!
Honeybadgers
285
Sep 27, 2020
I don't really like the larger hand design for this watch, but a bit larger reverse lollipop on the second hand, similar to the seiko five would be great. I almost use the second hand on a watch more than the actual minute/hour as a medic. and if I hate the hands, I can always change them. Learned recently that it's a much less intense job than I thought.
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fenderjapan
29
Sep 20, 2020
Why so big 😭
fenderjapan
29
Sep 21, 2020
That’s reasonable.
JAone
583
Sep 22, 2020
Probably because the case has been primarily for diver watches, which is what I personally prefer for a bronze case, I have seen a few offerings around the traps with bronze case,not being a diver or diver style and I just don't think this finish compliments them the way it does on a diver. Don't ming the white/cream dial with arabic numbers though.
florinc
11
Sep 20, 2020
Not much of a combat without luminous hands.
RayF
22865
Sep 20, 2020
A gallon of Seiko-lume wouldn't help those wimpy toothpicks!
dotcat007
79
Sep 20, 2020
Should I get one before my next visit to The Big Apple?
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florinc
11
Sep 20, 2020
I would also expect to find Tourneau watches on sale at street corners, no?
RayF
22865
Sep 20, 2020
Only in the better neighborhoods.
Strejle
56
Sep 20, 2020
Is there 36mm version. Old glycine had 36 and 43 idk about invicta
Omegaman68
536
Sep 20, 2020
Yes 36 or 38mm would be perfect for me in this style watch. I don’t think they make the bronze in 36 yet.
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fazalmajid
157
Sep 20, 2020
It’s not obvious from the pics, but the GL0284 has a green dial and dark green band
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fazalmajid
157
Oct 19, 2020
I got mine today. The watch band and face are a close match to the Ashford photo, the case and hands are darker and slightly pinker. Very good-looking watch, I am happy with my purchase for now. Let’s see how accurate the movement is. The glass does not have any anti-reflective treatment, however.
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wily-quixote
431
Oct 20, 2020
Cheers, you should do a review. I'd like to see some photos!