Next month at Baselworld 2011 trade show, the Italian watchmaker will present an updated version of its Glycine Lagunare L1000 diving watch.
By the way, this is the first Glycine Lagunare that comes in a 44 millimeter case, which makes it 2 mm smaller than previous iterations of the diver. Being only 11.70 millimeters in height, it is also quite slim for a diving watch, which is rated for impressive 300 meters of depth.
Of course, playing in the second league, Glycine lacks resources to design and produce its own in-house calibers, so it is bound to use blank movements from third-party manufacturers. However, the Italian brand offers its watches with high-grade ETA 2824-2 automatic movements that are known for their robustness, reliability and accuracy: something that any mechanical tool watch really needs — via World Watch Review