Longines is a globally recognized brand with a long and illustrious history. Longines is a luxury watchmaker based in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. The company has been a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group and its predecessors since 1983 when Auguste Agassiz started the company in 1832. Its winged hourglass emblem, which was first registered in 1889, is the oldest registered trademark that is still in use. The timepieces are known for being elegant and attractive, which helps to explain why they are a popular brand all over the world.
It fulfills all of the criteria for what a great watch brand should be and possess. There is a Longines watch for everyone, and thanks to the company’s size, it has a large range of watches to choose from. Before we look at some of the best and most popular Longines watches, let’s have a look at the brand’s history to get a better idea of what it’s all about.
Master Collection L2.6184.108.40.206
A variety of popular timepieces are included in the Longines Master Collection. The L2.6220.127.116.11 is a prominent watch that has received positive feedback. A column-level chronograph is included in the watch. The moon phase display is located at 6 o’clock on the watch. At the 12 o’clock position, the day and month are displayed. The brown leather alligator strap adds to the watch’s elegance. It’s waterproof up to 30 meters. It boasts a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
Longines L3.618.104.22.168 Sports Legends
Longines Sports Legends L3.622.214.171.124, a sporty everyday timepiece with dive-inspired features. The spinning bezel that we’re used to seeing is actually positioned inside the dial, so it doesn’t appear like your typical diving watch. Instead, the watch has an internal bi-directional spinning stainless steel bezel that may be used to keep track of the time. Many people like this watch because it is made to be tough and durable, and it has a dive-watch-inspired style. However, rather than focusing solely on sportiness, it is designed to be more sleek and attractive.
The watch has a sapphire crystal on top of a 42mm stainless steel case. Because it’s a dive watch, it has a decent water resistance of 300 meters/1000 feet, so you may use it while diving or swimming. Longines utilizes a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal on top of the casing. The thickness is 13.5mm, so it’s not a massive watch by any means, but it’s essentially a standard-sized dive/sports watch for men.
Longines Master Chronograph Automatic L27594783
This watch is inspired by historic Longines watches and features a traditional chronograph design. While many chronographs are seen as sporty, this one has a more sophisticated and traditional appearance, making it more appropriate for everyday wear as well as formal settings.
Longines is offered in a stainless steel case with a diameter of 42mm and a thickness of 16mm, and it is clearly on the larger side with this size. It’s a delicate balance, but the larger size guarantees that it’s adaptable and appropriate for the everyday look without being overly formal. The watch has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is waterproof to 30 meters (100 feet).
Longines Master Automatic L27934920
The Longines Master Automatic L27934920 is a masculine yet dressy timepiece that is sleek, elegant, and fashionable. Its adaptable design makes it appropriate for both elegant and easygoing events, and it works well as an everyday watch.
For maximum performance, the watch is powered by a Swiss Automatic movement.
With a striking dark blue dial with a sunburst finish and classic leaf-shaped hands that provide good contrast against the backdrop for good legibility, Longines has given this watch a simple yet polished design. The watch has a stainless steel 40mm case and is water-resistant to 30 meters/100 feet. Because it is only 9.5mm thick, it will easily slide under a cuff.
Longines HydroConquest Automatic L37424966
The watch features a unidirectional rotating bezel with a blue metal insert and is powered by an automatic Swiss movement. The dial is also blue, and it places a premium on legibility by employing large markers and hands with plenty of luminous material. The dial is a gorgeous blue color and features a date function at 3 o’clock. For an everyday look, nothing surpasses a traditional blue dive watch, and it’s clear to see why this one is so renowned.
It sports a stainless steel case that is 41mm in diameter and is 13mm thick. At first sight, you’ll recognize this as a dive watch, which is one of the reasons they’re so fashionable. It has a good water-resistance of 300m/1000 feet, as a dive watch should, so you can go diving and swimming without any problems. A scratch-resistant sapphire crystal sits atop the casing.