Thursday, August 4, 2016

Longines Heritage 1969

With its cushion-shaped steel case and its brushed silvery dial, this new member from the Longines Heritage collection echoes the essence of an iconic timepiece created in late 1960s.
At the time, this model was available in steel, gold plating and 18 karat gold. For its reissue, a steel case has been selected and elegantly combined with a brushed silvery dial adorned with 12 pink applique indexes.
Original Model of 1969
The hands, which are also pink, mark the hours, minutes and seconds while providing optimal readability. As it was on the original model, the date aperture is positioned at 4:30.
The 36 x 36 mm case is suitable for the wrists of both men and women. The Longines Heritage 1969 owes its charm and originality to a superb cushion-shaped case enhanced by a box-form crystal. This piece is equipped with an L888.2 calibre movement offering 64 hours of power reserve. A black alligator-skin watch strap completes the whole look.

Technical details
Model: The Longines Heritage 1969
Reference number: L2.310.4.72.0/3

Automatic winding mechanical movement
Calibre L888.2 (ETA A31.L01)
111/2 lines, 21 jewels, 25’200 alternations per hour
64-hour power reserve

Hours, minutes, seconds and date at 4.30
Cushion-shaped case, 36x36 mm, stainless steel
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with multilayered anti-reflective coating on the underside
Water resistance: Up to 3 bar (30 meters)  

Sunray silver, 12 rose applied indexes 
Hands    Pink

Black alligator with buckle

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