Longines draws on a World War I military wristwatch for the new Heritage Military.
Evoking the 1970s with the latest vintage reissue from Longines that's modestly sized and priced.
Cushion-shaped and modestly proportioned, the Heritage 1969 is a departure from the typical Longines historical remake.
Having joined Longines before the quartz crisis, its chief Walter von Känel has enjoyed a truly epic career in Swiss watchmaking. We had a candid and compelling chat with Mr von Känel.
Hands-On with the Longines RailRoad, the Beautifully Functional Remake of a Railway Engineer’s WatchA handsome, affordable watch that's modelled on a 1960s railroad watch, Longines' latest Heritage timepiece is appealingly uncomplicated.
Modelled on a watch made for Second World War British special forces, the Heritage Military COSD sticks to the formula that has made Longines' vintage remakes a success. Here's a hands-on look with original photos and pricing info.
Modelled on the precision timepieces made for railroad engineers, the new RailRoad wristwatch is faithful to the original and affordable - and has no date function. Details below, including pricing.
Taking inspiration from a wristwatch once made for British special forces during the Second World War, the Longines Heritage Military COSD is a decently priced, military- style timepiece. You'll find specs and the price below.
A host of props, costumes and memorabilia from the latest James Bond film Spectre will soon go under the hammer to raise funds for various charities. Amongst the 24 lots are three wristwatches, including the Omega Seamaster 300 worn by Daniel Craig.
Hands-On with the Newest Longines Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph (Original Photos, Review & Price)Longines introduces the latest version of its popular Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph, featuring a larger case and appealing, vintage-style dials, while retaining the L788 self-winding movement. We take a look at the new trio of chronographs.