Call To Order - $ 2,600.00
Whenever the subject of aviation comes up, the name of Glycine is mentioned as one of the pioneers of watchmaking for pilots and frequent travelers. Beginning in 1953, Glycine started production of the Airman, a watch that became legendary for introducing multiple time-zone watches to the market. Since then, Glycine has developed an unbroken chain of aviation watches, ranging from successively more complex world timers to unique collectors items.
The Airman No 1 3944.11LB77U from Glycine is an iconic, classic pilots watch that's made with modern materials to today's standards but replicates its original predecessor. The polished 36mm case is powered by an automatic modified Swiss ETA 2893-2 movement. The classic white dial has a domed Hesalite crystal with a 24-hour dial and markers on outer chapter ring. Equipped with a special locking outer rotating 24- hour bezel for use in telling time in a second timezone. The case back is secured with screws and has a 42 hour power reserve with a screwed down crown and a 100 meter water resistance. Your watch will stay stylish and secure with a black calf skin leather strap and stainless steel tang buckle.
The Glycine Airman Collection can boast that its professional pilot watches are coveted by actual pilots -- a rare feature among the legions of “professional” watches out there.
As an Authorized Dealer, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 2 year Factory Warranty.
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Solid steel screw back
|Case Diameter||36mm without crown|
|Crystal||Domed Hesalite crystal|
|Bracelet/Strap||Black calf leather strap with contrasting stitch|
|Magnetic Resistance||4800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Water Resistance||10 atm|
|Warranty||2 year Factory Warranty|
Call To Order - $ 3,300.00
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