Since 1832, Longines has been renowned for design and precision. Famous aviators, explorers and pioneers have consulted Longines. Longines provided timers used at the first modern day Olympics in 1892. In 1899, Longines went to the North Pole with Arctic Louis Amde de Savoie.
Longines always strives for elegance in design and technological innovation. It was the first to use automatic timekeeping for the Federal Gymnastics, at Basel in 1912. Today, Longines remains a widely recognized name in sport watches and chronographs.
Longines watches are warranted by Longines, to the original purchaser, to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use, for a period of two years from the date of purchase.
Longines Product LineLongines Women's DolceVita watch (model L5.502.4.16.2) features a stainless steel case to frame a white dial with applied drop-shaped hour markers and Arabic numeral at "12." Water resistant to 100 feet, has a suggested retail price of $739.
The Longines Women's Flagship Automatic watch (model L188.8.131.52.6) features a stainless steel bracelet and case. This self-winding model is fitted with a transparent sapphire glass and case back. Water-resistant to 100 feet, this has a suggested retail price of $975.
The Men's Longines Conquest watch (model L1.6184.108.40.206) features 18K gold casing framing a silver dial, with gold index markings, under hemalite glass. Water resistant to 100 feet, this watch lists for $2595. Longines has a number of other watches in this luxury price range.
The Longines Men's Les Grandes Classiques Presence watch (model l4.7220.127.116.11) features automatic movement in a stainless steel/PVD case and bracelet. Under sapphire glass, the white dial frames a date calendar at 3 o'clock position. This lists for $750.
Other Longines Series
The Lyre watch, the Lindbergh Original watch and the Evidenza watch are a few of Longines' creative styles. The Avigation watch features classic styling, with several chronographs in this series.