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Got this today, the new Glock watch, all kinds of pictures and video at the link.... $399

https://glockwatches.com/

PRECISION & PERFECTION

Introducing the Limited Edition GLOCK Precision™
35th Anniversary Watch



This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the GLOCK USA headquarters in Smyrna, Georgia. To celebrate, the Austrian firearms powerhouse has released a series of videos and commemorative giveaways. Today the 35th Anniversary GLOCK Watch is announced – a limited release timepiece designed by the GLOCK Precision team. Inspired by the classic features of GLOCK pistols, the solar-powered watches will feature a titanium case, a stainless steel nDLC band, sapphire crystal glass and a green pistol case. The GLOCK Watch release will be limited to 3500 serialized units that will include an exclusive challenge coin.

Ordering and information: http://Glock-precision.com

A yellow-themed version of the GLOCK Watch will only be available to EU customers. Links to order and for additional information will be updated shortly (here). For those patient enough to wait, a TFB/TFBTV review is slated to go live in a few weeks.



 
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That is a sweet watch, though $400 is kinda pricey. . .

BUT, it does have a sapphire crystal (much tougher and scratch-resistant than glass), a titanium case. That's a really nice watch.



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It’s all relative I suppose. To those REALLY into watches $400 is more or less the top of the entry level. It’s a little higher than many micro brands but not by much. Considering the specs it seems to be appropriately priced. I wonder who makes the movement?

I definitely want to know more about it.
 
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That is a sweet watch, though $400 is kinda pricey. . .


More than any of the Glocks I ever bought.


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Don't waste your money
 
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My google-kung-fu failed me and I was not able to find any additional info on the movement. However, the European version is for the 40th anniversary of Glock and it is yellow.

I like ours better.



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I like it and just placed an order for one.

I have spent $400 in worse ways before.
 
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It doesn't take Glock mags, so I am unimpressed. Razz
 
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I'd rather have a Glock-themed Swatch for about 30 bucks.
 
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I was expecting it to have tritium night hands.
 
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They should have called it CLOCK.
 
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Well shit.

It does come with a challenge coin and custom cut foam!


 
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Does it keep perfect time?

Does it have a Grip Zone? Oh wait... Big Grin


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I will wait for the Gen III and they finger grooves.


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Didn't somebody on this forum say "You will buy a Glock?"



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Finally, a Glock I can like! Big Grin

(Just kidding. I like my G34.)




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next version will have side cuts.
 
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It would be my first and only Glock. It might be worth it the next time someone at the range asks if I have a Glock. Nah, not worth it. Smile

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This watch is perfect.

As the next reversion will be as well. Wink
 
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