Over the years I have owned several glycine watches. Among them an Incursore and a Combat Sub. I ultimately flipped both. Nevertheless, I have always liked the brand, and I have defended it against recent attacks made simply because Glycine was recently acquired by Invicta. Having said that, one would be a fool not to notice that Glycine watches that once sold for hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, are now on the bargain list on eBay and Costco. What has really happened to cause the unprecedented price drop of Glycine watches? Although the Invicta acquisition seems much talked about on watch forums, I don't fail to recognize that the number of people on these forums pales in comparison to the real watch buying public who do not even know these forums exist. So, what really happened to Glycine? Why is a Combat Sub that a few years ago sold for about 1K USD now selling for $250 at a big box warehouse store? What's the Scoop?