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The Glycine Airman is one fascinating classic watch that every watch enthusiast should know. It was first made in 1953 for pilots and had unique features like a 24-hour dial (rather than standard 12 hours), and a rotating bezel to track a second time zone. The modern version known as the Glycine Airman Base 22 remains very close to the original but adds a GMT hand (on some versions) for tracking a third time zone, as well as a modern Swiss automatic movement and materials like sapphire crystal. Right now, there’s a chance to get it for a whopping near 80% off its $2,700 retail price at just $529 with different color options. That’s a hell of a deal for a solid watch that enthusiasts will appreciate.
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