I have now sold and handled a fair few examples of the Combat Sub by Glycine and each time they never fail to amaze me in build quality and overall how well they wear on the wrist, they have a slim profile with tapering lugs that just hug the wrist. The watch offers everything you could want in a dive watch, great water resistency, build quality, lots of lume... But majority of people who wear dive watches don't dive with them, so it's a great thing they also nailed the aesthetics of this watch.
Easily a great option for someone looking for a quality diver watch on a budget, even if budget isn't an issue I think this watch brings a lot to the table. Treat yourself and realise why some people go mad for these!
Points of Mention
The overall condition of this watch is very good, few hairline scratches here and there but nothing major at all. The bezel has some difficulty moving, it can be very, very stiff. The watch comes paired on it's original bracelet, all spare links included.
If I was to buy an affordable diver watch I would very easily be tempted to buy one of these over a Seiko Diver, it offers more in build quality in my opinion. Plus I just really like how the watch looks, your traditional diver aesthetics you'd come to expect but with a little bit more, plus the options for these are endless!