Since 1953, the history and development of Glycine have always been
connected with the evolution of aircraft and aviation.
Many Glycine watches carry the hallmark of this affinity, such as the F
104. Conceived in the fashion of a cockpit instrument, this extraordinary
model impresses by its pure functionality. The watch features a stainless
steel case that houses a manual wound pocket watch movement.
A domed exhibition back attached securely by six screws allows for a full
view of the movement. Despite its extraordinary size, the case is
ergonomically designed and conforms to any wrist by use of articulated
A pyramid-shaped double o-ring crown lends an antique look and touch long
missing from today’s fine timepieces.