Re: US General Issue wrist watch
- From: "Principal Skinner" <skinner*at*springfieldcityschools.edu>
- Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 15:24:50 -0500
Check with Jack Kurdzionak at www.thewatchmaker.com for Glycine watches. He
is an authorized U.S. distributor. This brand is fairly well known for 24
hour dial military style wristwatches.
"Mooron" <mooron@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Colin wrote:
>> I think this topic has been in this group before. Sorry for the
>> duplication, but I am interested in those GI watches that the US GIs are
>> issued(?) or buy from the PX. They have tritium hands and basic,
>> dials. I saw one recently on a friend of mine who just got back from
>> Afghanistan. It looked cool to me, but to him it was just a field watch
>> appropriate for long term deployment in far flung parts of the world. He
>> wouldn't sell it to me.
>> Is there a way to get it from the manufacturer? Who makes it? Can
>> members buy it from the PX? If so, anyone know the protocol about asking
>> service member to get me one? Having been rejected from the US Army
>> ago due to a recent bout with cancer, I have never had the honor of
>> and almost everyone I know in the service is deployed right now.
> There are some dealers who specialize in military style watches.
> Check these out: