Glycine launches four new models: The Airman Special 24-hour watch and the fluorescent-dial Airman MLV. Also shining in the heavens is the new Incursore Faro and the revamped F104 with a silver dial.
The Airman Special is a watch for purists and Airman aficionados. Like the original Glycine world clocks of the 1950s, the Airman Special has a 24-hour display with two time zones. The watch's dial is rendered accordingly: dark blue at the top for the nighttime hours and light blue at the bottom for the daytime hours. The edition is limited to 200 watches.
Mauna Loa Volcano (MLV). The world's largest active volcano, which towers more than 4,000 metres above sea level on the Hawaiian island, is the source of the name for this extra special timepiece in the Glycine collection: the fluorescent-dial Airman MLV. The watch comes in a limited edition of 500 watches.
No less avant-garde than the Airman MLV is the new Incursore Faro: its dial also shines in the dark. It is available in normal steel and black mat PVD coated.
The oversize F104 with its 52-milimetre diameter is also sporting a new dial. Available up until now only in black, this striking watch is now also available with a silver dial.
The Collectors Box for Glycine fans is about to arrive. This elegant wooden box enables collectors to professionally and stylishly store up to eight watches. The Box is available end of October.
Glycine has presented its new image brochure. On 24 pages, the company offers a presentation of its product families and a look back upon its 90-year watch-making tradition. (09-13-2004)