This is another affordable wristwatch that reflects Longines’ vast know-how and tradition. Click on “read more” to discover the chronograph…
Longines has been based in the market town of St. Imier since it was founded in 1832. As a tribute to its precious heritage, the Longines design-team often takes its inspiration from the models in its museum to create watches that reflect the brands vast know-how.
The latest addition to the Heritage collection is The Longines Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph. Housing a Longines-exclusive ETA-calibre, this single push-piece chronograph is a re-issue of an earlier pilot’s watch and displays the time on a 24-hour scale.
The Longines Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph
Self-winding, mechanical movement with a single push-piece and column-wheel chronograph mechanism
Calibre L789.2 (ETA A08.L21)
13¼ lines, 27 jewels, 28,800 A/h (= 4 Hz)
54-hour power reserve
Hours (24-hour scale), minutes, small seconds, date, chronograph function
Round, steel, Ø 47.50 mm
Single push-piece integrated into the crown
Sapphire glass treated with several layers of anti-reflection coating
To 30 meters
Silvered, with black outer minute ring and 24-hour scale coated with Super-LumiNova®
Black, with white outer minute ring and 24-hour scale coated with Super-LumiNova®
Small seconds at 18 o’clock
Date aperture at 12 o’clock (bottom of the dial)
Blued or rhodium-plated steel
Brown or black alligator with buckle (with aviator’s extension)
Interesting piece – but I don’t get the functions. I assume the hour hand makes one round in 24 hrs – a rather special and not so useful deviation from the standard -, the minute hand does the round in standard 60 minutes and the small second hand on the subdial at 9hrs shows the continues seconds, this leaves only the central second hand to count to 60 seconds for the chronograph function. I am confused …
A very reasonable price for an elegant complication! I think this will be a winner for Longines.
Interesting minimal styling. I can’t decide if I like the subdial or not; the 24-hour scale collides with the running seconds. I would have to see it live before passing judgment.
Longines have been producing reasonably-priced lovely watches for many years, and now, they have created another one.
Alex, this is an incredibly functional well built watch.
And, for the reasonable price, Longines again has another winner
– look for wider contrast additional models?
What is the price ?
3280.- Euro including 20 % VAT here in Austria
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