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Is this the Glycine Direct people are talking here? https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/glycine-direct
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Not Glycine Direct, but the Invicta ebay store. I picked up a blue F 104 to complete my trifecta of blue, white, and black. I paid $292, the listing said it was a display model that had some very minor scratches on the case side. I used a 15x loupe and have yet to find any scratches.
I have gotten some good prices from Glycine Direct also. My last purchase there was a Bronze Combat Sub. I had found one elsewhere listed at a lower price, so contacted GD and said they would have to beat the price and provided a link. They sent back an email with a much better price which I accepted, so they are open to dealing.
You can't see the items if you are outside of, I think, the US.
I've been tempted by alot of their watches, but I'm waiting for them to offer the LE Double 24 again!
No pressure, but snag whatever piece you’re looking for fairly quickly as I’ve noticed he’s raised prices due to lower inventory. Not dramatic price increases, but a few bucks here and there.
The next competitor on eBay has significantly higher prices.
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- An overpriced watch brand,
- And a warehouse full of inventory that is not moving at MSRP or anywhere close to MSRP and he needs to up his bottom line...
Solution? Lower prices to a level competitive with other brands and open up the spicket on eBay.
Play Watchgooroo against Glycine-Direct against Costco, etc.
I never touched a Glycine until prices went under $300 and now I have a bunch of “Swiss Made” automatics. At $230-300 new, they are an excellent buy.
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