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THE LONGINES MASTER COLLECTION

Watch The Longines Legend Diver Watch

THE LONGINES LEGEND

DIVER WATCH

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The Longines Legend Diver Watch: Performance and elegance combined

With 185 years of rich history, Longines likes to revisit historical pieces that helped it achieve its reputation. An iconic piece from the watchmaking brand’s Heritage line, the Longines Legend Diver Watch is the reissue of a diving watch from 1960. While retaining the codes and design typical of the sixties, Longines has put its current expertise at the service of this contemporary edition to guarantee legibility, waterproofness and practicality. This watch combines high performance and timeless elegance. Today, the Swiss watch brand celebrates the 10th anniversary of this reissue by offering a new version with a Milanese mesh bracelet.

Longines has always associated its name with the prestigious exploits of pioneers who sought to push the boundaries of performance ever further, and in particular in the discoveries of underwater environments. A reissue of a diving watch from 1960, produced at a time when underwater exploration and military and sports diving flourished, the Longines Legend Diver Watch looks back to the bold style that made the original watch so successful.

The lines of the original watch are repeated, including the domed crystal, reminiscent of the technical limitations of the time. But while preserving the sixties spirit of this legendary timepiece, Longines has given this piece contemporary and performance-oriented technical features: a sapphire crystal, and screwed crown and back to guarantee a water-resistance rating of 300 m, or even an internal bidirectional rotating disc for divers.

The latter – the flange – is activated and locked by one of the crowns, thus making it possible to determine the remaining bottom time. The indexes, digits and hands, covered with Super-LumiNova®, stand out against the black lacquered dial to offer optimum readability, further sharpened by the simple and clear typography of the 3, 6, 9 and 12 digits.

The 42-mm stainless steel box houses an L633 automatic mechanical movement and sports an engraving of a diver on its screwed back. This piece is available in either a rubber, cowhide or new Milanese watch strap, so it can be worn for any occasion.

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Caliber
Self-winding mechanical movement
Caliber L633 (ETA 2824/2)
11½ lines, 25 jewels, 28,800 vibrations per hour
Power reserve of 38 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes and seconds
Cases
Round, stainless steel, Ø 42 mm
with internal turning diving bezel
Screw-down case back and two screw-in crowns
Embossed diver symbol on case back
Water Resistance
To 30 bar (300 meters)
Dials
Black lacquered dial, indices coated with Super-LumiNova®
Hands
Polished rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova®
Bracelet / Straps
Steel Milanese mesh with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
Black matte cowhide with diving buckle
Black rubber with with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
L3.674.4.50.6
Caliber
Self-winding mechanical movement
Caliber L633 (ETA 2824/2)
11½ lines, 25 jewels, 28,800 vibrations per hour
Power reserve of 38 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes and seconds
Cases
Round, stainless steel, Ø 42 mm
with internal turning diving bezel
Screw-down case back and two screw-in crowns
Embossed diver symbol on case back
Water Resistance
To 30 bar (300 meters)
Dials
Black lacquered dial, indices coated with Super-LumiNova®
Hands
Polished rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova®
Bracelet / Straps
Steel Milanese mesh with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
Black matte cowhide with diving buckle
Black rubber with with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
L3.674.4.50.9
Caliber
Self-winding mechanical movement
Caliber L633 (ETA 2824/2)
11½ lines, 25 jewels, 28,800 vibrations per hour
Power reserve of 38 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes and seconds
Cases
Round, stainless steel, Ø 42 mm
with internal turning diving bezel
Screw-down case back and two screw-in crowns
Embossed diver symbol on case back
Water Resistance
To 30 bar (300 meters)
Dials
Black lacquered dial, indices coated with Super-LumiNova®
Hands
Polished rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova®
Bracelet / Straps
Steel Milanese mesh with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
Black matte cowhide with diving buckle
Black rubber with with double security folding clasp and integrated diving extension
Watch Conquest V.H.P

Conquest V.H.P.

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1954 - CHRONOCINÉGINES - ABSOLUTE PRECISION IN SPORTS TIMING

The Chronocinégines marks a decisive moment in the history of sports timing. In 1954, it sets impressive records for precision at the Neuchâtel Observatory where it runs for 24 hours with absolute precision. A world first for a portable timing device! This instrument consists of a 16mm camera coupled with a quartz clock developed by Longines. It provides sports officials with a series of still images taken every hundredth of a second, allowing them to follow the athletes’ movements as they pass the finishing line.

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1969 - LONGINES ULTRA-QUARTZ - THE FIRST ELECTRONIC WRISTWATCH

On 20 August 1969, Longines proudly presents its movement 6512, developed entirely in-house. It is intended to be used in the first quartz wristwatch: Longines Ultra-Quartz. This causes a sensation, enjoying the prestige associated with its modernity. Available in silver or gold, the models are characterised by the position of the winding stem on the back of the watch. The mercury battery is also accessible from the back of the watch, allowing it to be easily replaced. With a radically different design and operation compared to the mechanical watch, the electronic watch requires significant changes to the production method.

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Watch Conquest V.H.P

1984 - CONQUEST V.H.P. - THE BATTLE FOR PRECISION

A giant step towards mastering quartz technology is achieved in 1984 with the launch of Conquest V.H.P. (Very High Precision), with its calibre, the Longines quartz 276V.H.P, achieving a new record for precision. The movement has a tolerance of ± 1 minute every 5 years, making the watch 5 to 10 times more accurate than a classic quartz watch. Cleverly designed circuits in the movement essentially neutralise the danger posed by the enemy of quartz watches: variations in temperature. The V.H.P. model is the star of the Conquest collection and combines three noble materials: gold, titanium, and steel.

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1996 - CONQUEST V.H.P. PERPETUAL CALENDAR - TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES JOIN FORCES

After the thermocompensated quartz movement used in Conquest V.H.P in 1984, and the electronic perpetual calendar used in Conquest Perpetual Calendar in 1990, Longines unites the two technologies in the perfect model: Conquest V.H.P. Perpetual Calendar, launched in 1996. This watch stands out for its ultra-precise 546 calibre and is designed for those keen to show off its animated character, energy, and elegance. With this watch, Longines is able to confidently reaffirm its watchmaking expertise in quartz technology. Conquest V.H.P Perpetual Calendar continues to make the brand proud to this day.

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2017 - BACK TO THE FUTURE OF QUARTZ

Today, the new Conquest V.H.P. represents the ultimate step in the quartz precision worn on the wrist. It is equipped with a movement developed by the ETA manufacturing company exclusively for Longines. This movement is renowned for its high degree of precision for an analog watch (± 5 s/yr) and its ability to reset its hands after an impact or exposure to a magnetic field, using the GPD (gear position detection) system. These attractive features are likely responsible for its exceptional movement status, to which a very long battery life and a perpetual calendar must be added.

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Watch Conquest V.H.P

V.H.P. SYSTEM INNOVATION

The watch ensures the display of hours, minutes and seconds to an accuracy of ±5 sec/year. This extreme accuracy is achieved through an ultra-precise quartz combined with time display correction in the event of a disturbance.

GPD SYSTEM
The GPD system (gear position detection) is the watch’s key device. This function checks the gear’s exact position and corrects the display if it is inconsistent with the quartz’s time base. In such a case, the GPD will resynchronize the hands, thereby guaranteeing the accuracy of the time displayed.

MAGNETISM
Sensors detect the presence of magnetic fields. Above a certain threshold, the display freezes, although the time is still being counted. As soon as the watch moves away from the magnetic fields, the display immediately corrects itself.

PERPETUAL CALENDAR
The watch is equipped with a perpetual calendar that no longer requires correcting the date.

SHOCK
In case of shock up to 500G, the display is immediately corrected. In the event of stronger shock, the correction occurs automatically thanks to the DPR system.

TIME SETTING
Thanks to its smart crown, time setting is easier and the second display is never lost, even when correcting summer and winter time.

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INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions).
Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes seconds in the middle. Date window. Perpetual Calendar. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E56 – 3 HANDS
DIAMETER 121⁄2’’’ – 28.20 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Three (3) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.716.4.66.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions).
Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes seconds in the middle. Date window. Perpetual Calendar. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E56 – 3 HANDS
DIAMETER 121⁄2’’’ – 28.20 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Three (3) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.726.4.56.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions).
Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes seconds in the middle. Date window. Perpetual Calendar. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E56 – 3 HANDS
DIAMETER 121⁄2’’’ – 28.20 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Three (3) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.726.4.96.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions).
Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes seconds in the middle. Date window. Perpetual Calendar. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E56 – 3 HANDS
DIAMETER 121⁄2’’’ – 28.20 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Three (3) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
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L3.727.4.66.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions). Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock. Date window. Perpetual calendar. 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock. 60-second counter in the middle. Timing in ADD and SPLIT modes. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E57 – CHRONOGRAPH
DIAMETER 131⁄4’’’– 29.89 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Five (5) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.727.4.76.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions). Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock. Date window. Perpetual calendar. 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock. 60-second counter in the middle. Timing in ADD and SPLIT modes. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E57 – CHRONOGRAPH
DIAMETER 131⁄4’’’– 29.89 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Five (5) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.717.4.56.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions). Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock. Date window. Perpetual calendar. 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock. 60-second counter in the middle. Timing in ADD and SPLIT modes. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E57 – CHRONOGRAPH
DIAMETER 131⁄4’’’– 29.89 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Five (5) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
L3.717.4.96.6
INTELLIGENCE
Perpetual calendar on all versions. Calendar position detection. The shock detector detects shock and holds the hand back during the shock. The GPD system helps correctly reposition the hands after shocks (if they are very strong and the shock detector was unable to hold the hands back) or after exposure to magnetic fields. Increase in unbalances. Smart crown (includes a push function to activate time setting and other functions). Time zone change (hour movement) without losing the second. Very high accuracy in time setting to the second.
DISPLAY
Hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock. Date window. Perpetual calendar. 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock. 60-second counter in the middle. Timing in ADD and SPLIT modes. EOL indicator (preventively signals the end of battery life).
AVANTAGES
No more date correction needed. The watch autocorrects itself in case of shock or after exposure to magnetic fields to maintain its display accuracy. Manipulations are simplified thanks to the smart crown.
CALIBER
NTC – E57 – CHRONOGRAPH
DIAMETER 131⁄4’’’– 29.89 mm.
HEIGHT 3.90 mm.
MOTORS High speed (400 Hz, or 400 steps per second). Five (5) independent two-way motors.
ACCURACY Typically ±5 seconds / year.
Watch Longines Record Chronometer Certified

LONGINES RECORD

CHRONOMETER CERTIFIED

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Longines presents its Record collection, watchmaking expertise stamped with the COSC seal

This year, Longines is celebrating its 185th anniversary, and is taking the opportunity to present its new Record collection. In the Saint-Imier company’s purest watchmaking tradition, these automatic models combine classic elegance and excellence, aspiring to become the spearheads of the brand. And there is no shortage of arguments for these exceptional timepieces, whose movement includes a single-crystal silicon balance spring with unique properties. A first for Longines, it is certified as a “chronometer” by the Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute (COSC), a designation awarded to all of the pieces in the Record collection.

It seems the destiny of some timepieces has already been mapped out. Through its new Record collection, Longines conveys its essence; one of timeless elegance and excellence. Qualities that are sure to raise these models to the rank of future success of the brand, as a link between tradition and innovation. A decidedly classic collection, which is expressive and emblematic of Longines’ watchmaking expertise.

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Watch Longines Record Chronometer Certified 02
Longines Record Chronometer Certified Watch

Behind this ambitious profile, is an exceptional heart. This heart is the balance spring, the watch’s regulating organ. Coupled to the balance, it oscillates around its equilibrium position, ensuring its fundamental purpose: to beat with extreme regularity. Yet, between magnetism, temperature variations and wear and tear (many hundreds of millions of “breaths” per year), everything seems to be working against its smooth operation. For increased accuracy and longevity, Longines decided to add single-crystal silicon balance spirals to its best movements – a resistant and light material that is inoxidizable and unaffected by standard temperature variations, magnetic fields and atmospheric pressure. A high-tech heart housed in a timepiece created in the purest watchmaking tradition!

Such excellence deserves recognition. Based on their high accuracy, all of the Record collection’s models have received the COSC’s “chronometer” certificate. Equipped with automatic calibres, all of the pieces were tested one by one by this neutral independent organization, and can thus display the CHRONOMETER label stamped on their dial. Bestowed with significant added value, these certified “chronometers” achieve the status of authentic, exceptional timepieces.

With four sizes (26, 30, 38.5 and 40 mm), the Record collection is designed for both women (7 dials) and men (6 dials). All of the models feature the 3 working hands/date version, with a steel case – and a diamond-set steel case on two dials, for women – fitted on a steel bracelet or alligator watch strap.

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Caliber
Ø 26.00 and Ø 30.00 mm models
Mechanical self-winding movement
Calibre L592.4 (ETA A20.L11) COSC certified
8¾ lines, 22 jewels, 28'800 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 40 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date aperture at 3 o’clock
Cases
Round, Diamond-set stainless steel
Ø 26.00, Ø 30.00 models
52 diamants, 0.405 carats Top Wesselton IF/VVS : Ø 26.00 mm
60 diamants, 0.504 carats Top Wesselton IF/VVS : Ø 30.00 mm

Transparent case back
Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Ø 30.00 mm Models

White mother-of-pearl, 13 diamonds indexes
White matt, 12 painted roman numerals
Black lacquered, 13 diamonds indexes
Sunray gradient black, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 12 bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Blue sunray, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Hands
Blued steel or rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.321.4.72.2
Caliber
Ø 26.00 and Ø 30.00 mm models
Mechanical self-winding movement
Calibre L592.4 (ETA A20.L11) COSC certified
8¾ lines, 22 jewels, 28'800 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 40 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date aperture at 3 o’clock
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Ø 26.00, Ø 30.00, Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm

Transparent case back
Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Ø 30.00 mm Models

White mother-of-pearl, 13 diamonds indexes
White matt, 12 painted roman numerals
Black lacquered, 13 diamonds indexes
Sunray gradient black, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 12 bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Blue sunray, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Hands
Blued steel or rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Black or brown alligator with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.821.4.11.6
Caliber
Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm models
Mechanical self-winding movement,
Calibre L888.4 (ETA A31.L11) COSC certified
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 64 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date aperture at 3 o’clock
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Ø 26.00, Ø 30.00, Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm

Transparent case back
Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm Models
White matt, 12 painted roman numerals
Black lacquered, 13 diamonds indexes
Sunray gradient black, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 12 bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Blue sunray, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Hands
Blued steel or rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.821.4.76.2
Caliber
Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm models
Mechanical self-winding movement,
Calibre L888.4 (ETA A31.L11) COSC certified
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 64 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date aperture at 3 o’clock
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Ø 26.00, Ø 30.00, Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm

Transparent case back
Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Ø 38.50 and Ø 40.00 mm Models
White matt, 12 painted roman numerals
Black lacquered, 13 diamonds indexes
Sunray gradient black, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 12 bar indexes
Sunray Silver, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Blue sunray, 6 arabic numerals and 6 triangular bar indexes
Hands
Blued steel or rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Black or brown alligator with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
Watch The Longines Symphonette Steel And Gold

THE LONGINES SYMPHONETTE

STEEL AND GOLD

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The Longines Symphonette adorns itself with pink in a resolutely modern version

Launched in 2015, the Longines Symphonette was imagined as a contemporary interpretation of the elegance dear to the Swiss watchmaking brand. The unique oval line of the cases, the sophisticated meshing of the bracelets, the refined dials of the various models are like as many notes combining in perfect harmony. Today, Longines is introducing new models blending rose gold and steel that enrich the collection.

From the beginning, Longines has been in tune with its female customers’ desires. In the tradition of the winged hourglass brand’s rich watchmaking history, which saw the emergence of many mythical models worn by elegant women through the ages, the Longines Symphonette is the ideal adornment of women whose life is conceived as a never-ending representation. Resolutely contemporary, these creations will enthrall all those who love a chic and trendy aesthetic, while remaining faithful to the elegance that characterizes the brand with the winged hourglass.

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The Longines Symphonette Steel and Gold Watch

Today, Longines is introducing new variations using rose gold and steel that remain as modern and bold as ever. The solid rose gold crown and touches of pink on the dial harmoniously match the bracelet that intertwines steel and a rose gold cap. The brightness of the steel, gold and diamonds enhances the refinement of the dials, while the finely wrought bracelets add the overall final touch.

Available in two sizes, the steel and diamond-set steel oval cases of the Longines Symphonette house a quartz movement. A silver-coloured “flinqué” dial adorned with Roman numerals, a white mother-of-pearl dial enhanced with diamond indexes or a white inlaid mother-of-pearl dial with Arab numerals, all decorated with a rose gold hourglass, adorn the models in this line. These pieces are mounted on steel bracelets and rose gold cap featuring sophisticated meshing.

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L2.305.5.87.7
Caliber
Quartz movements
L963.2 (ETA 280.002)
Functions
Hours, minutes
Cases
Oval, in stainless steel
Ø 18.90 x 29.40 mm
Solid rose gold crown 18K
Sapphire crystal with several layers of anti-reflective treatment
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 metres)
Dials
White mother-of-pearl, 13 diamonds
Hands
Blued steel or rose
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel and rose gold cap with butterfly clasp
L2.306.5.79.7
Caliber
L176.2 (ETA 980.163)
Functions
Hours, minutes, small seconds at 6 o'clock
Cases
Oval, in diamond-set stainless steel
56 diamonds, 0.470 carats, Top Wesselton VVS, Ø 21.90 x 34 mm
Solid rose gold crown 18K
Sapphire crystal with several layers of anti-reflective treatment
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 metres)
Dials
Silver-coloured "flinqué", 12 Roman numerals
Hands
Blued steel or rose
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel and rose gold cap with butterfly clasp
L2.306.5.88.7
Caliber
L963.2 (ETA 280.002)
Functions
Hours, minutes, small seconds at 6 o'clock
Cases
Oval, in diamond-set stainless steel
56 diamonds, 0.280 carats, Top Wesselton VVS, Ø 18.90 x 29.40 mm
Solid rose gold crown 18K
Sapphire crystal with several layers of anti-reflective treatment
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 metres)
Dials
White intricate mother-of-pearl, 12 Arabic numerals
Hands
Blued steel or rose
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel and rose gold cap with butterfly clasp
Longines® The Longines Master Collection

THE LONGINES

MASTER COLLECTION

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The Longines Master Collection is inviting colour onto its dials

As a traditional watchmaking company, Longines has been producing exceptional timepieces since the very beginning. The Longines Master Collection is the perfect contemporary illustration of this concept, as demonstrated by the success of this collection since its launch in 2005. The Longines Master Collection blends classic elegance and excellence, for the greatest pleasure of watchmaking enthusiasts. Today, Longines is presenting new pieces in which coloured dials take center stage. These gray and blue models add a new variation to the rich array of models offered in The Longines Master Collection.

In 2005, Longines launched the line that would become its best-selling product: The Longines Master Collection. Right from the start, this range has enjoyed a level of success that has never waned, making it an emblem of the brand's watchmaking know-how. Over the years, new sizes and sophistications have been added, while the timeless classicism which is the brand's essential characteristic and which has played a major role in its success worldwide has always been maintained.

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This year, Longines is launching two editions: one in gray and the other in blue. These fashionable chromatic variations are perfectly in line with the classic and understated spirit of this collection. The sunray blue or sunray gray dial shows the hours, minutes and seconds thanks to rhodium-plated hands that stand out subtly. The gray models, as well as the men’s blue model, are available with an alligator watch strap of the same colour as the dial for total harmony.

These models of the Longines Master Collection come in several diameters, so that men and women can find the watch best suited to their wrist. The clear underside of the steel case allows one to admire the scintillating movement of the automatic calibres with which these pieces are fitted. These elegant timepieces are complimented by a steel bracelet or gray or blue alligator watch strap, all fitted with a folding safety clasp.

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L2.893.4.92.2
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement,
Calibre L888.2 (ETA A31.L01)
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 64 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Transparent case back
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Sunray blue, 12 applied bar indexes
Hands
rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Blue extra-long alligator with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.128.4.92.6
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement
Calibre L592.2 (ETA A20.L01)
8¾ lines, 22 jewels, 28'800 vibrations per hours
Power reserve : 40 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Transparent case back
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Sunray blue, 11 applied bar indexes
Hands
rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.257.4.71.3
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement
Calibre L592.2 (ETA A20.L01)
8¾ lines, 22 jewels, 28'800 vibrations per hours
Power reserve : 40 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Transparent case back
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Grey sunray, 11 Roman numerals
Date aperture at 3 o’clock
Hands
rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
Grey alligator with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.893.4.92.6
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement,
Calibre L888.2 (ETA A31.L01)
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 64 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Transparent case back
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Sunray blue, 12 applied bar indexes
Hands
rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.793.4.71.5
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement,
Calibre L888.2 (ETA A31.L01)
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 64 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Cases
Round, Stainless Steel
Transparent case back
Sapphire Crystal
Water Resistance
To 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Grey sunray, 12 Roman numerals
Date aperture at 3 o’clock
Hands
rhodium-plated
Bracelet / Straps
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
Grey alligator with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
Watch Flagship Heritage 60th Anniversary 1957-2017

FLAGSHIP HERITAGE

60TH ANNIVERSARY 1957-2017

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THE BEGINNINGS

1957. The birth of an icon. An assertive style very much in keeping with the times, lines of rare elegance, as light as they are intense. Flagship: a design that would mark watchmaking for decades to come. A name that indicated Longines’ intentions, as bold as the ship it is named after, which is engraved on the back of the watch. Now, in collaboration with Kate Winslet, the Longines Ambassador of Elegance, we have the chance to write a new chapter in the long history of the Flagship, celebrating the collection’s 60th anniversary.

Kate Winslet

The story begins with Kate falling in love one day in May in Saint-Imier. An immediate attraction to the clean lines of a yellow gold watch, a refined design going back to the beginnings of the Flagship collection. Then came the discovery of a silvered dial from the same era, slightly domed, with an elegantly brushed rim. Indices, four numerals, absolute simplicity. And, naturally, a desire was born for all of this to come together in a signature timepiece – unique, signed, limited to five models. Finally, the determination to set aside the watches produced and sell them to benefit the Golden Hat Foundation sponsored by the actress.

http://www.goldenhatfoundation.org.

Kate Winslet
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Flagship

LIMITED EDITION

2017. The ambition to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Flagship collection with a contemporary interpretation of the Longines spirit and style of the ‘50s arises. A true homage to the timeless design and watchmaking elegance so dear to Longines. An exclusive, numbered watch, in a limited series of 60 pieces in rose gold, 60 in yellow gold, and 1,957 in steel, all with the emblematic flagship stamped on the case back.

L4.817.8.76.2
Flagship Heritage 60th Anniversary

Models in 18 carat yellow gold or rose gold, each limited to 60 numbered pieces. L609 self-winding mechanical calibre. 42 hours of power reserve. 38.50mm case. Brushed silvered dial. Hands, indices and Arabic numerals in yellow gold or rose gold colour. Case back stamped with a flagship.

L4.817.6.76.2
Flagship Heritage 60th Anniversary

Models in 18 carat yellow gold or rose gold, each limited to 60 numbered pieces. L609 self-winding mechanical calibre. 42 hours of power reserve. 38.50mm case. Brushed silvered dial. Hands, indices and Arabic numerals in yellow gold or rose gold colour. Case back stamped with a flagship.

L4.817.4.76.2
Flagship Heritage 60th Anniversary

Model in steel, limited to 1,957 numbered pieces. L609 self-winding mechanical calibre. 42 hours of power reserve. 38.50mm case. Brushed silvered dial. Hands, indices and Arabic numerals in rose gold colour. Case back stamped with a flagship.

THE LINDBERGH HOUR ANGLE WATCH 90TH ANNIVERSARY

THE LINDBERGH HOUR

ANGLE WATCH 90TH ANNIVERSARY

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MAY 20, 1927 | NEW YORK | 7.52am
N: 40° 44’ 24’’ | W: -73° 36’ 49’’

In the early morning drizzle, the Spirit of St. Louis could be seen on the outskirts of Roosevelt Field, the wheels sinking far into the wet clay. “Should we remove the chocks?” Charles Lindbergh nodded his head and hit the throttle. From dream to reality, he was above the Atlantic. Where the land and the ocean meet, the pilot was greeted with violent turbulence. The immense waters stretched monotonously into the night. The fog blocked out the stars as an imposing wall of clouds loomed in front of the Spirit of St. Louis. Endless. No way out. After considering turning back around, Lindbergh sailed through the cumulus. Toward daylight. And into even greater danger: he had gone 48 hours without sleep, 18 of which were spent in flight. Charles Lindbergh gave in to deadly drowsiness, full of hallucinations.

Spirit of Saint Louis
Lindbergh Spirit of Saint Louis

HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT

New York, May 20, 1927, 7.52 AM, the Spirit of St. Louis took off from the Roosevelt airport for Paris. Charles Lindbergh, a 25-year-old American pilot, was behind the controls. 5,850 kilometers and thirty-three and a half hours later, he landed at the Bourget airport after having completed the first ever non-stop solo transatlantic flight. Lindbergh’s incredible determination, as demonstrated by his decision to forgo a radio and a parachute in order to bring extra fuel, made a strong impression on both sides of the Atlantic. As an official timekeeper for the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), Longines also participated in approving this historic achievement by timing the flight and adding it to the list of aerial records.

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LINDBERGH and LONGINES

Shortly after having landed the Spirit of St. Louis at the airport in Bourget, in May 1927, Charles Lindbergh, both clever and inventive, designed and sketched a watch that would also act as a real aerial navigation instrument. He entrusted its development and creation to Longines: and the Hour Angle watch quickly became legendary. Able to precisely calculate longitude and thus determine an exact geographical position, it became an essential navigation tool for an entire generation of pilots, navigators and fearless pioneers in the conquest of the sky.

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MAY 21, 1927 | PARIS | 10.21 PM
N: 48° 56’ 12’’ | E: 2° 25’ 31’’

Land, finally. Real land that would reinvigorate him. Ireland. Charles Lindbergh passed the southern tip of England toward Cherbourg. Then the Seine led his path to the Eiffel Tower, which he passed before heading north-east toward the Bourget airport. His legend had preceded him. A cheering crowd awaited him on the runway in Bourget. Before his feet even touched the ground, he was pulled from his plane and carried above everyone’s heads. That Saturday, May 21, 1927, after 33 hours and 30 minutes of flying time, recorded by Longines, Charles Lindbergh had accomplished the most important first in aviation history: a non-stop solo flight from America to Europe, New York to Paris.

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L2.678.1.71.0
Caliber
Automatic winding mechanical movement, L699.2 calibre.
46-hour power reserve.
Functions
Longitude indication (degrees and minutes of arc)
Cases
Rotating black PVD steel bezel to correct the equation of time.
47.50mm titanium case.
Steel crown.
Water Resistance
Water-resistant up to 3 bar (30m).
Dials
Rotating internal dial.
Watch The Longines Heritage 1945

THE LONGINES

HERITAGE 1945

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The Longines Heritage 1945: Elegance and simplicity

In its 185 years of existence, Longines has laid milestones in the long history of watchmaking design. The brand often returns to its roots to enhance its Heritage line, attesting to the timeless style of its collections. Currently in the spotlight: a timepiece from 1945 in beige and coppery tones revisited in the spirit and respect of style codes from that period, that will delight lovers of vintage elegance and simplicity.

As a tribute to the watchmaking tradition that it has carried on for 185 years, the Swiss brand Longines occasionally draws inspiration from the richness of its numerous collections from years gone by. The Longines Heritage 1945 illustrates this desire to reproduce pieces whose design and elegance have withstood the test of time, having only acquired the patina of style. It is meant for those who want to adorn their wrist with a timepiece with clean lines and a vintage look.

The Longines Heritage 1945 elegantly marries the sturdiness of its steel case with the warm tones of its brushed coppery dial and the velvety nuances of its aged-looking leather strap. Balance is heightened by the bluish steel hands, leaf style for the hours/minutes and baton style for the small second in the centre. The hour circle alternately displays Arabic numerals and silvery cabochons, which are respectively traced and stamped onto a convex dial, perfecting the pure style of this iconic mid-twentieth century piece.

Originally equipped with a manual winding 12.68Z calibre, today this model houses an L609.3 automatic self-winding movement, providing 42 hours of independent operation. It is housed in a steel 40-mm diameter case and fitted on a beige leather strap, with a nubuck finish.

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L2.813.4.66.0-2
Caliber
Automatic winding mechanical movement
Calibre L609 (ETA 2895/2)
11 ½ lines, 27 jewels, 28'800 alternations per hour
42-hour power reserve
Functions
Hours, minutes and seconds
Cases
Round, Ø 40 mm, steel,
Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating
Water Resistance
Up to 3 bar (30 meters)
Dials
Brushed copper,
6 Arabic numerals and 6 cabochons
Hands
Acier bleui
Bracelet / Straps
Aged look beige leather with steel buckle
Watch The Longines Railroad Pocket Watch

THE LONGINES RAILROAD

POCKET WATCH

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The Longines RailRoad Pocket Watch: A Journey Through Time

More than a century ago already, the Swiss watchmaking brand Longines brought its name and experience to the adventure of the railroad. Delving into the rich heritage of its long history, it presents The Longines RailRoad Pocket Watch, a steel pocket watch inspired by the “railroad” models produced at the time of the railway’s expansion. This timepiece’s simple yet distinctive design, produced in a numbered and limited series of 250 pieces, is designed for those for whom the train is more than just a mode of transportation, in the same way that a watch is more than an instrument to tell time: it is a true adventure consisting of movement, precision and tradition.

The railroad’s expansion gave the notion of time an altogether different dimension. Never before had the challenge of punctuality been so essential, precision being the basic condition to the proper working order of the railroads for obvious questions of safety and reliability. With its widely recognized expertise in timekeeping, Longines naturally equipped staff members of some of the world’s largest railroad companies, from Romania to Serbia, Persia, Italy, Chili, Canada, the United States, Turkey, and China. The measurement of time spread out across the world: that is a fitting reminder of the winded hourglass brand’s vocation.

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The Longines RailRoad Pocket Watch

The Longines RailRoad Pocket Watch draws its inspiration from the essence of pieces produced between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. It stylishly combines the functional sobriety and technicality specific to the brand. Like the endless panorama beheld by the traveller, a bottom-facing glass offers a spectacular view of part of the mechanical system – the balance and the three bridges – that drive this pocket watch. A spectacle enhanced by a finely wrought engraving, similar to those that decorated the RailRoad watches at the time.

The entire epic of the railroads fills the imagination of he or she that holds The Longines RailRoad Pocket Watch in their hand. Its steel case, measuring 49.5 mm in diameter, holds the manual-winding L513.2 calibre, developed exclusively for Longines. In the functional spirit of railroad requirements, its white lacquered and polished dial is adorned with eleven large Roman numerals of contrasting design, ensuring perfect visibility. More relevant than ever, a railway-style minute track gives time through bluish-steel hands. A second counter at six o’clock completes its time-telling features. A steel chain is finishing this exclusive model.

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L7.039.4.21.2
Caliber
Manual winding mechanical movement (Exclusive Longines)

Calibre L513.2 (ETA B99.L01)
16 ½ lines, 17 jewels, 21’600 vibrations per hour
53 hour power reserve
Functions
Hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock
Cases
Round, ∅ 49.50 mm, stainless steel
Engraved case back with special shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the underside
Crystal sapphire with anti-reflective coating
Limited series of 250 numbered pieces
Dials
White Lacquered, 11 black roman numerals printed
Hands
Blued steel, hours pear shape, minutes leaf shape and small
second baton hand with ball counterweights
Accessories
Stainless chain with swivels
Watch Conquest Classic FIS Alpine World Ski Championships St. Moritz 2017

CONQUEST CLASSIC FIS ALPINE

WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS ST. MORITZ 2017

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LONGINES CELEBRATES THE ALPINE WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 IN ST. MORITZ WITH TWO LIMITED-EDITION MODELS

As Official Partner of the International Ski Federation (FIS), Longines has for many years made its expertise in sports timekeeping available to the great White Circus during the FIS World Cup and the Alpine World Ski Championships. The brand’s involvement in the world of skiing rests on a long tradition of timekeeping for alpine races that was inaugurated in Saint-Imier in 1924.

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L2.798.4.96.6
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement
Caliber L678 (VAL 7751)
13¼ lines, 25 jewels, 28'800 vibrations per hours
Power reserve: 48 hours
Functions
Hours, minutes, small second and 24-hour indicator at 9 o’clock, day of the week, month and moon phases. Date indicated by the half-moon central hand.

Chronograph
Central seconds sweep
Dragging 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock
Dragging 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock
Cases
Steel, Ø 42.00 mm
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with several layers of anti-reflective coating
Screw-down case back with sapphire crystal
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships St. Moritz 2017 logo on the back
Water Resistance
To 5 bar (50 meters)
Dials
Blue, 9 applied indices, with Super-LumiNova®
Hands
Rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova® on hours and minutes hands
Bracelet / Straps
Steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
L2.385.4.96.6
Caliber
Mechanical self-winding movement
Calibre L888.2 (ETA A31.L01)
11½ lines, 21 jewels, 25,200 alternations per hour
64-hour power reserve
Functions
Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Cases
Steel, Ø 34 mm
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, with several layers of anti-reflective coating
Screw-down case back with sapphire crystal
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships St. Moritz 2017 logo on the back
Water Resistance
To 5 bar (50 meters)
Dials
Blue, 3 arabic numerals and 8 applied indices, with Super-LumiNova®
Hands
Rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova® on hours and minutes hands
Bracelet / Straps
Steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
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