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Glycine Men's Combat 6 Classic Moonphase Automatic Watch (Silver or Black Dial) EXPIRED

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Massdrop has Glycine Men's Combat 6 Classic Moonphase Automatic Watch (Silver or Black Dial) on sale for $379.99. Shipping is free. Thanks cathodical

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  • Massdrop is a group buying site where the final price is determined by the number of purchases; you'll be charged when the drop ends (on or before Jan 16, 2018) for the lowest price point the drop has reached at that time.
  • Estimated ship date is Feb 2, 2018

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Massdrop [massdrop.com] has Glycine Combat 6 Classic Moonphase Automatic Watch for $379.99 /w free shipping.

Available in: GL0115 (Silver Dial/Brown Strap), GL0116 (Black Dial/Black Strap)

No longer available: GL0114 (Anthracite Dial/Brown Strap)

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I *really* like this watch. Love glycine watches and the combat series. Very classy, simple masculine look. I have one of the Combats but one thing I hate about them is they're normally only huge sizes, around 43 mm which I can't do. This is perfect at 40 mm, and with a moon phase, which I've always wanted in an automatic. Literally perfect watch for me. Damn you OP.
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I *really* like this watch. Love glycine watches and the combat series. Very classy, simple masculine look. I have one of the Combats but one thing I hate about them is they're normally only huge sizes, around 43 mm which I can't do. This is perfect at 40 mm, and with a moon phase, which I've always wanted in an automatic. Literally perfect watch for me. Damn you OP.
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Damn the anthracite model is already out of stock
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It's a very good looking watch, especially the white which is pretty classic in design. True automatic moon phase watches are also not that common at such low costs, I currently only have one moonphase in my collection. But the reason glycines are so cheap now is because of the invicta buyout. Watches made before will probably maintain some of their value, but watches made after I don't think will. So I wouldn't buy this as an investment. I will also note that the moon phase wheel is a bit plain in design of the moon and stars and a bit small if you look at other examples for comparison. For anyone that has never had a automatic or manual moonphase depending on the watch adjustment can be tricky or time consuming especially if you let them wind down when you swap through your collection. My watch has an inset pusher to change it each phase which makes it a bit faster and easier to match the phase from any decent weather app.
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I *really* like this watch. Love glycine watches and the combat series. Very classy, simple masculine look. I have one of the Combats but one thing I hate about them is they're normally only huge sizes, around 43 mm which I can't do. This is perfect at 40 mm, and with a moon phase, which I've always wanted in an automatic. Literally perfect watch for me. Damn you OP.
If I had seen this thread first, my comment very nearly could have been word-for-word the same as this. This perfectly captures my thoughts on this watch, including the appreciation for a smaller case size.

Point well made elsewhere in this thread re: keeping it properly set if it's not to be worn literally every day. Anyone considering this watch should probably factor in the cost of a watch winder if they don't have one already.
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Beautiful watch. For those that really want the blue dial and don't mind paying a bit more, Jomashop has it for $449.

https://www.jomashop.com/glycine-...l0113.html
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I'm really tempted. What a price for a moon phase!
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What movement is in this watch? edit: nevermind they actually say this time Smilie Modified ETA movement, nice.
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This one or gopro karma..
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Watches made before will probably maintain some of their value, but watches made after I don't think will. So I wouldn't buy this as an investment.
Watches rarely hold their value or increase in value. Sub-$500 watches almost never do. In the last few years people started talking about these disposable automatics like they were fine horological timepieces and I cannot figure out why. At the time of their first required servicing they are going to be worth less than the cost of service. You just wear them until they break and throw them away. That's not an investment, that's disposable.
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Watches rarely hold their value or increase in value. Sub-$500 watches almost never do. In the last few years people started talking about these disposable automatics like they were fine horological timepieces and I cannot figure out why. At the time of their first required servicing they are going to be worth less than the cost of service. You just wear them until they break and throw them away. That's not an investment, that's disposable.
Truthfully every watch once put on the wrist starts to loose value immediately unless in some rare circumstances you are famous. The vast majority devalue overtime anyway and many factors are out of hand such as taste and trends, perceived brand value, and the amount of buyers willing to spend, so its not much of an investment and not really worth it to play it that way. Many watches just are more expensive now simply because of the rise in price of the precious metals in them. It's smarter to just get what you like and enjoy it as a tool. The investment I am referring to with these price bracket watches is just having a functional timepiece that is accurate enough for you, and can hold onto some of its value if you ever decide to sell or trade in the next few years perhaps on a watch forum for example.
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I think that items purchased through Massdrop do not carry a manufacturers warranty. You can find this somewhere on their website (I looked at a different Glycine earlier). Just as about FYI to anyone who did not know.
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I think that items purchased through Massdrop do not carry a manufacturers warranty. You can find this somewhere on their website (I looked at a different Glycine earlier). Just as about FYI to anyone who did not know.
It says: 2 year of manufacturer warranty
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