Can we please get something straight. Glycine may be owned by Invicta, but they haven't changed their machining, their movements, their personnel, or their materials as a result. Glycine are still an excellent Swiss brand who make superb watches at very competitive prices. Thank You
Once again, you have no idea what you are talking about. When Invicta took over, they were only supposed to be involved with marketing and distribution. Glycine was to be the "Swiss" arm of The Invicta Watch Group. But with Invicta making nothing but trash these days and raising their prices. Trying to sell diamond watches in which they certify their own diamonds.🤣Making cheap gem jewelry, clocks and storage units. They spread themselves to thin and the watches suffered.
Glycine's bread and butter as of 2016 was 39 to 46mm mechanical watches with ETA movements. When Eyal and his ragtag group of designers moved in. Suddenly we have 48mm Combat Sub's. Every color known to man. One which is "designed" by their pretty boy, ex mediocre football player Jason Taylor. We have a WOMEN's AirMAN collection with mother of pearl dials. Dig, I like women and all but the 40-42mm Airman can fit a Woman just fine. No need to make a whole collection for them. But that's Eyal. Mo'money, Mo' money. All watches would be made with the new Sellita movements because Invicta was able to barter a better deal for them.
Then came the time to stick a fork in the original 12 employees that were left when Invicta took over by making them build quartz watches. A sad day indeed. To say nothing has changed, you're only kidding yourself. Personally I can't wait for the Shaq collection to come out.
I currently own ten of the brand myself. But, I won't be buying anymore of their compromised, polluted offerings. All they are now are Swiss made Invictas.
Jason Taylor ??? I rest my case...