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Ashford.com has Glycine Combat Men's Classic Open Heart Automatic Watch (GL0121) on sale for $279 - $30 w/ promotion code ASHGLCN249 = $249. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Features Swiss Mechanical Automatic (Self-Winding) Movement, scratch resistant Sapphire Crystal case and a Brown Leather Strap. Includes a 2-year warranty. -persian_mafia

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This guy definitely wears a watch ^
you should be happy it doesnt have a date number. Thats an eye sore and keeping it updated is a bigger pain especially if you have multiple watches.

case in point watches without date number are more expensive.
Glycine watches continue to drop in price and lost a lot of their charm IMO since being acquired by Invicta. Pricing strategy is now similar thinking you're getting a watch at 80% off but they're always significantly under MSRP.

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I personally like this more than the Glycine deal last month. 40mm is better fit for my wrist vs 43mm and always wanted an open heart watch.
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What a shame it is missing a Date number.
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What a shame it is missing a Date number.
you should be happy it doesnt have a date number. Thats an eye sore and keeping it updated is a bigger pain especially if you have multiple watches.

case in point watches without date number are more expensive.
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the gold tone is tragic
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the gold tone is tragic
Haha not my preference either, but I am sure some people prefer gold tone.
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you should be happy it doesnt have a date number. Thats an eye sore and keeping it updated is a bigger pain especially if you have multiple watches.

case in point watches without date number are more expensive.
This guy definitely wears a watch ^
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you should be happy it doesnt have a date number. Thats an eye sore and keeping it updated is a bigger pain especially if you have multiple watches.

case in point watches without date number are more expensive.
Have multiple watches, have to agree with that. Getting old kinda works since I almost cant see the date if it's small enough. If I cant see, I dont have to set it.

Maybe not always more expensive, but more rare and harder to find vs more common date versions.
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Glycine watches continue to drop in price and lost a lot of their charm IMO since being acquired by Invicta. Pricing strategy is now similar thinking you're getting a watch at 80% off but they're always significantly under MSRP.
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Glycine watches continue to drop in price and lost a lot of their charm IMO since being acquired by Invicta. Pricing strategy is now similar thinking you're getting a watch at 80% off but they're always significantly under MSRP.

I have pre-Invicta Glycine diver and after Invicta Combat. I'd say the quality is the same if not better on the later watch. That said, open-heart and goldtone on Combat line is an abomination, not too many will buy this model... This price is also not anything unusual simple Combat' watches usually could be had for something like $280-$300 and this watch is even simpler without a date. Considering half of Americans see their income decline and 30+ mil people have lost their jobs...
Anyway it's a good deal, TU!
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"Combat"
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"Combat"
Lol... yea, this looks pretty effeminate for a "Combat" watch. I would be embarrassed to go to war with this thing on my wrist.
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Glycine watches continue to drop in price and lost a lot of their charm IMO since being acquired by Invicta. Pricing strategy is now similar thinking you're getting a watch at 80% off but they're always significantly under MSRP.
Most watch enthusiasts agree with you!
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Glycine watches continue to drop in price and lost a lot of their charm IMO since being acquired by Invicta. Pricing strategy is now similar thinking you're getting a watch at 80% off but they're always significantly under MSRP.
Invicta doesn't make the watches, they only handle distribution and marketing. The watch remain the same. Would you not own a Ferrari because it was owned by FIAT?
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