Meet New Glycine Incursore Watches

Nov 02, 2010
The initial Glycine Incursore watch was born 12 years ago. The timepiece stood out from the crowd due to its oversized case that measured 44 mm in diameter. In no time, it gained great success in Italy and, then, in other markets.

Gladdening the eye by its clear design that reminds the military watches relevant to the 1930s, the Incursore has become one of the most popular lines of the brand. The name of the line was suggested by the name of an elite team of Italian divers in World War II.

Since the birth of the first model, the Incursore watch has been introduced in numerous variations equipped with different functions, including the power reserve model.

Today, Glycine unveils the latest additions to the line with the look inspired by the first Incursore models but with refinements. The face is protected by a domed glass and the hands have become plainer in comparison with those of the previously introduced models.

Incursore Manual Watch
The original Incursore watch introduced in 1998 was animated by a manual-winding movement. The latest Glycine Incursore watch is also equipped with a manual-winding movement - the UT movement 6498 used for the first time in the history of the line.

The timepiece features the seconds hand at 6 o'clock. Operating at a frequency of 18, 000 vibrations per hour, the 17-jewel movement offers a 46-hour power reserve.

The new Incursore manual watch, reference 3901, demonstrates a stainless steel case with satin finishing, 44mm in diameter. The case construction incorporates a see-through case-back and is 100-meter water-resistant. It is coupled with a leather strap or a metal bracelet.

The new Glycine watch has been created in two variations - the classic dial completed with Arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12 oclock and the famous Incursore Lux dial inherited from the first generation of the model. The latter is completed with Roman numerals in the upper half and Arabic numerals in the lower half of the dial.

Incursore Automatic Watch
The Incursore automatic watch, reference 3900, has been unveiled in a few variations. The stainless steel case, also 44mm in diameter, with a see-through case-back, 100-meter water-resistant, is available with satin or polished finishing.

The same as the manual-winding model, it goes on a leather strap or a metal bracelet.

It demonstrates a classic dial or a Lux dial in four versions: black, finely structured in black, aubergine and dark blue.

The heart of the watch is an ETA 2824-2 movement.

Both timepieces are available at the price of 890 990 CHF.

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