Specially created for Jumping competitions, the Longines Conquest Jumping timepiece celebrates St. Imier based watch brand’ long history of sports timing and more than a century of involvement in equestrian sport. Fitted with an exclusive, cutting-edge movement, this watch can be used to time Jumping competitions to 1/100th of a second and also take into account the many regulations that govern the sport.
Longines' involvement in equestrian sport dates back to 1878, when the brand produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount. Since 1912, when Longines first timed a show-jumping competition, it was associated with some of the most prestigious equestrian events all over the world. This enduring passion led in 2013 to the formalisation of the brand's partnership with the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), the governing body for all equestrian sports. The logical consequence of this commitment has led to the launch of the new Conquest Jumping, developed in collaboration with the FEI.
Model: Conquest Jumping
Reference numbers: L3.701.4.56/76.6
Quartz movement L441
Hours, minutes, seconds and date
- Central second hand
- 1/100th of second hand (in red)
- Tables (A and C) and second timing counter at 2 o’clock
- Pts/sec penalties counter at 10 o’clock
- 45-second scale countdown
Round, 41 mm, stainless steel
Screw-in case back
Water-resistant: 5 bar (50 meters)
Glass: Sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating
Black dial with 1 applied Arabic numeral and 11 applied indices with Super-LumiNova©
Silvered dial with 1 applied Arabic numeral and 11 applied indices with Super-LumiNova©
Small seconds at 6 o’clock
Date aperture at 4 o’clock
Tables and second timing counter at 2 o’clock
Pts/sec penalties counter at 10 o’clock
Rhodium-plated with Super-LumiNova© (hour and minute hands)
Red (1/100th of seconds’, pts/sec penalties counter as well as tables and second timing counter hands)
Rhodium-plated (small seconds and central second hands)
Stainless steel with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism
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