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Watches are more than just wristwear; it is valuable and worth investing. It is a timeless gift to your friends, parents, siblings, and spouse. Watches represent style, interest, and personality, and it serves as your to-go buddy in different journeys. It is not only a timepiece that tells time, but it has unique features that meet your needs. These include GPS, water resistance, health and fitness tracker, and more. Watch research could help too in having the right watch for your daily activities. Luxury and other brand watches are service-committed, reliable, and versatile in any situation. In watch investment, you are not investing because you only want to or someone told you so, but it is the value and functions a watch holds. It is not also about the monetary value because watches are precious. Reflecting that time is gold!
The founding of Longines has a remarkable history since 1832. It produces extraordinary Longines watches men and women, and their goal was to manufacture watches with unparalleled precision and accuracy in the watch industry. A Swiss watchmaker founded it, Auguste Agassiz, and it was named Rauguel Jeune & Cie during that time.
A few years later, together with his nephew Ernes Francillon, they collaborated to produce innovative watches. The leadership was passed to Francillion when Agassiz got ill. Francillion was the one behind the company’s first factory for mass production of Longines watches.
The factory is located in St. Imier, known as Les Longines (“long meadows”), from which Longines originated. Longines watches had their first-ever in-house movement called the 20A, an anchor escapement and a pendant winding and setting mechanism in 1867. It won an award at the prestigious Universal Exhibition in Paris for showing a revolutionary concept.
The company progressively grew in the next succeeding years by learning from research and participating in some biggest fairs globally, including the 1879 World’s Fair in the US. Longines watch company applied the learnings about Swiss watchmaking since then until today.
Presently, Longines company is a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group since 1983 and upholding the World’s Most Honored Watch as its tagline.
This timepiece is from the Heritage collection and upholds a rich history. It was designed for American pilot Charles Lindbergh in 1931. Lindbergh worked with Longines company to innovate the Hour Angle after his New York City to Paris flight in 1927. This watch indeed embodies a fascinating story behind it, and it has true craftsmanship and high quality. Lindbergh Hour Angle Watch is a 47.5mm watch with white polished dials and roman numeral hour markers. It has a round-shaped stainless case with a Bi-directional rotating bezel. You can see its automatic movement caliber L699 on its transparent case back, beating at 28’800 vibrations per hour and has 46 hours of power reserve. This classic watch has a brown leather alligator strap with a buckle. It has extraordinary features, such as a rotating bezel to adjust to daily variations of the equation of time, and internal rotating silvered dial for synchronization of the second’s hand with a radio time signal.
Andre Agassi is the inspiration on this Longines watch; he is a legendary tennis player who won various tennis tournaments, including a 1996 Olympic gold medalist and an eight-time Grand Slam champion. Agassi’s expertise in the court reflected on this timepiece. This watch has six hands and features eight readings: two sub-dials displaying: 60 seconds and 30 minutes. It features a stainless steel polished and brushed to a fine finish with a brown alligator leather with white stitches on its side to get that sporty look. The strap is secured in a triple folding clasp with a dual push-button release system. This 38.50 mm sophisticated watch has a Silver “barleycorn” dial with blue hands and Arabic numeral hour markers, achieving an aesthetic design. You can see the incredible self-winding mechanical through the transparent sapphire crystal case back, which features a power reserve of 48 hours and water resistance of 30 meters or 100 feet. A gentleman’s watch that reflects a solid and empowered mind.
The entire collection of Longines Saint-Imier acknowledges the place where the brand was first established in 1832. This model features a 41mm round case in a stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. It also displays a chronograph watch with a black dial, protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Glancing on its dial, it has a swiss SuperLumiNova on its Arabic Numeral and indexes that function incredibly 24/7. A chronograph watch with three sub-dials displaying 60 seconds, 30 minutes, and 12 hours powered by an automatic movement with a 54-hour power reserve. This timepiece is a dress watch style that can bring out confidence and personality.
Longines has a good history in the field of equestrian sports, diving, and aviation timekeeping.
This model is no exception to the long-standing connection between Longines and the world of aviation since it is specifically designed for Swissair navigators, a Swiss national airline by Longines in the early 1950s. It features a 47.50mm with a very distinctive 24-hour dial presented in matt black. The case of this watch is stainless steel, has scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass, and a transparent case back with a back cover. This watch is legible because Arabic numerals and indexes are applied with Swiss Super LumiNova, a perfect companion for adventures! The Longines Twenty Four hours is a self-winding watch, powered by caliber L 704.3 and 30 meters water-resistant, suitable for heavy duties. This watch makes one full circle of the dial in 24 hours and date aperture at 3’oclock—a reliable timepiece for navigators to position the aircraft and set up a flight plan.
Longines truly serves with dedication seen through their craft-making skills, producing high tech and revolutionized watches. Don’t miss an opportunity to know the other collections featuring various incredible functions at watchshopping.com. Invest wisely!