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Glycine Combat Sub Automatic Watch
$329.99

Glycine Combat Sub Automatic Watch


Whaaaat? I followed this poll till the end. The Steinhart Ocean One was FAR above with 1270+ votes and it ends to... that? This drop is a shame.
What does everyone think of the Helson Skindiver? A beautiful watch and appropriately priced for MD.
Sekio SRP777 is the best 👍🏻
steinhart ocean one black looks great!! Need as MD for it please :)
Steinhart Ocean One Bronze would be a nice watch to Mass Drop :)
Ianwurn
I would love that!
No Tempest Viking?
Ciiitron
Um...hell yes.
Submariner 16613 two tone gold ideally with the later band with the gold across the clasp. The newer version, 116613 with it's broad shoulders misses the mark. Trying to be a big douchey watch, but doesn't need to, because it's a Rolex.
No love for Citizen Grand Touring Sport (Signature Collection)? Pretty good 9012 movement, 300m WR, sapphire crystal, looks like a quality timepiece, semi-decently priced, no? Just added it to the Mens Dive Watches category, I think I also put it under another category previously.
Seeing as alot of us apparently already have the steinhart and the skx... Can we get a drop or anogher poll to pick a Borealis watch?
they will overrule and poll and give us a victorinox.
Is this drop ever going to happen?
Been looking to buy the Orient Ray II in blue. Seems like it's out of stock in a lot of places with new stock arriving in October. Hope MD can offer drop of this watch soon. Prices for the few left on Amazon seem inflated.
I really like the winner here, the problem is that I already have an Ocean 1! Last November I picked up the vintage military version. I absolutely love the thing, but it also makes this drop useless to me. The folks joining the drop are in for one of the best divers ever made- I'm glad it worked out for them. I've been trying to get my hands on a Squale 1545 Classic in black with cyclops and due to the limited runs, I figure Massdrop was the perfect way to get one. 9 of us voted for it, that might be enough to have Squale make some! Is it possible to set up a drop even though the design didn't win?
Thunderchicken
I actually have the green Squale no cyclops, and it is a great watch. I am wearing it now. I really want the Steinhart MARINE CHRONOMETER 44, arabic. I love marine watches, especially with exhibition casebacks. I also think Steinhart has the best decorated movements for any watch under $1,000.
I would have been down for the Steinhart GMT (I wish they did a batman!), or perhaps the Ocean Titanium, but I feel like the Steinhart Ocean 1 is too similar to the Squale. Then again, if the price is right I might buy it anyway. I got a 30% off coupon for a strap website and ended up spending $300 (alligators are never on sale). Watch disease is a terrible thing.
just added steinhart titanium 500. i like the blue superluminova
There are not enough watches free of date windows.
Even though I own one already, I added the Armida A9 500M Black No Date to share what I think is a really great option for a solid, affordable, dive-rated Milsub-homage that's still 40mm or smaller. (For instance, I like the Steinhart, but it was too big at 42mm for my wrists).
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The Orient Mako/Ray pictures are all messed up...
WackoPants
All Orient pictures suck. So many watch companies have glorious photos and the watches disappoint. Orient is the only watch company where the watches look like crap in advertisements then you unpack them and they are gorgeous.
I just added the Steel Helson Shark Hunter 42mm Black. Check out some reviews. An awesome watch that is not derivative.
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Will this drop ever happen? 529 votes is significant right?
Orient Mako USA has sapphire glass, correct?
Shikado
Does it? I thought all the Mako's and Ray's were Orient's crappy mineral crystal. I have a scratch on my Ray Raven II.
SkipPe
Since I posted the question, I did some research and it shows that mako USA does have sapphire. http://orientwatchusa.com/shop/mens-watches/fem6500fb9/ In any case, i spoke to orient and inquired about the future availability. They responded that they do not have any plan of bringing it back so I upgraded my mako with generic sapphire instead.
A classic tool watch design is Seiko's SRP777 - a recreation of the classic 6309-7040, itself an update of the iconic 6105 worn by many US service members during the Vietnam war. To help you make up your mind on the SRP777: http://wornandwound.com/2016/02/11/turtle-vs-turtle-looking-at-the-6309-and-the-srp77xs/
blancpain ff FTW
My Steinhart Ocean One Vintage Red runs < +1 sec/day and can be controlled +/- second by nightly positioning. I only use the crown to adjust the date. It is by far more accurate than my Speedy Pro which cost roughly 10x as much.
I own several watches and by far my favorite and the one that gets the most wrist time is my Steinhart One Vintage Red. For the price you are getting an amazing watch that is 90% of a rolex dive watch. Superluminova, Sapphire crystal, water resistant to 1000 feet. My local watch guy was very surprised that it cost under $1000. Accuracy is about +/- 4 seconds per day. If you are in a market for a very good dive watch that's a homage to the rolex sub...this is one of the best options.
So, the Breitling Navitimer - while an amazing watch (I have a vintage Old Navitimer II two-tone), it's not a dive watch - rated only to 30m/100ft (which actually only translates to being tolerant of hand washing and rain: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_Resistant_mark#Water_resistance_classification) - you can't so much as shower or swim with it. The Rolex is the natural choice, as they invented the diving watch (and 80% of the watches here are imitations of it) - but if you want the best bang for your buck, and still want a luxury moniker, the Omega is the smart move.
I just added the Seiko Prospex GMT SUN023 to the voting list. Been looking at this, an Orient Mako (unsure of model) or a Seiko SKX007 for some time. The Prospex has my leading vote.
I wanted to grab that Orient dive watch that was dropped a couple months ago, but I couldn't get past the rubber band.
untakenusername
i believe u can swap it out for another band
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you make a compelling argument :-P I just kind of hate buying a watch knowing I already don't like some part of it I guess