Glycine Airman 2000 GMT World Timer
Ref. 3764 | Cailbre ETA 2893-2 Automatic movement | 21 jewels | Diameter 42mm
The Airman series is one of the most famous watch models of Glycine. Originally released in 1953 for the needs of intercontinental air travel, the watch is well known for being worn by many United States Air Force pilots during the Vietrnam War.
The watch had a calendar function, a rotating 24-hour bezel with a locking mechanism, and a 24-hour dial with AM-PM and Noon written on it.
Glycine Airman 2000 GMT
In 1998, after an absence of 20 years, the mechanical Airman re-entered the market as a GMT watch. The name of the first new Airman was a hint that Glycine was planning for the future. Airman 2000 paved the way into the twenty-first century.
To date, Glycine has released various reiterations of the original Airman, including watches featuring GMT hand, date magnifier, chronograph, and 12-hour movements.