Call To Order - $ 1,550.00
Combat SUB diver watches stands out for their enduring strength and reliability made for exacting conditions of wear and use. The Combat SUB two-tone Ref.3863-39R-1 is housed in a high-grade brushed stainless steel 42mm case of rugged construction with a sapphire scratch resistant crystal and matte black dial with Arabic Military numerals and luminous indexes The precise Swiss made automatic GL 224 caliber movement is housed within a stainless steel screw down case back engraved with Glycine logo and name. Displays hours, minutes, seconds with date window @3 and red unidirectional rotating dive bezel. Has a two-tone red 5N coated stainless steel screw down crown signed with Glycines logo and a 200 meter water resistance with 48 hour power reserve which makes for a perfect dive piece. Finished with a stainless steel bracelet with bi-fold clasp that's engraved with the Glycine name. All through the years, this line of watches has enjoyed unbroken popularity in diving and sport circles that offers quality and excellent value for your money.
As an Authorized Dealer, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 2 year Factory Warranty.
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Stainless steel screwed on case back with engraved Glycine name and logo
|Crystal||Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating|
|Magnetic Resistance||4800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Water Resistance||200 meters|
|Warranty||2 year Factory Warranty|
$ 7,750.00 $ 8,750.00
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