Just released by Longines were a series of watches from their “Master Collection”. They come in vibrant new colors and several diameters to best suit any of the brands male or female enthusiasts.
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Up until now you could obtain one of these timepieces, but with Arabic numerals and lesser sizing options. But, for those that were wishful for alternatives, the wait is over. This collection has always been very successful for Longines and this growing array of selections is a testament to that fact.
Proving once again that somewhere along the middle of the road between a classical and sporty watch, is the way to go. Some people may be able to collect various timepieces, for varying occasions. But, for those with stricter budgets these sophisticated all-purpose watches tend to be crowd-pleasers and these have the numbers to prove it.
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The case for these new watches is made of stainless-steel with a transparent case back, which allows to view the inner workings of the movement. And they are available in various diameters: 42, 40, 38.50, 29, and 25.50 mm. With all these options there has to be an appropriate fit for all those interested in this updated Longines model. Equipped with a setting-crown and short wide lugs for a comfy wrist fit. Water-resistance on these watches can reach up to 30 meters (100 feet).
Time is exhibited on either: a sunray blue dial or a grey sunray dial; both with stainless-steel applied Roman numerals, followed by a ring of smaller white minute index markers circling the dial. Although other versions instead of Roman numerals are using: stainless-steel applied hour index markers and another has applied diamonds (no reference available yet). They’ve also all been equipped with rhodium-plated hands and a date aperture at the 3 o’clock position. A simple an effective three hand watch with a date indicator, the horology bare essentials for legibility at a glance.
Longines Master Collection
The “Longines Master Collection” (References below) are powered by a self-winding mechanical movement, in-house caliber L888.2 with 21 jewels and 25,200 Vph. Based on the original ETA A31.L01 movement. Power reserve on this timepiece can last up to 64 hours, when fully wound.
While the smaller 29mm models are powered by a self-winding mechanical movement, in-house caliber L592.2 with 22 jewels and 28,800 Vph. Based on the original ETA 2000/1 movement, which is a compact version of the preceding ETA 2824-A2; typically applied to ladies watches. Power reserve on these timepieces can last up to 40 hours, when fully wound.
Mounted to the watches is either a: stainless-steel bracelet, secured to the wrist by a triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism; or an alligator strap matching the color of each version (either: blue or grey) while also being secured to the wrist by a triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism.
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