Longines watch The Longines Heritage Military 38.5 mm silver automatic steel L2.8220.127.116.11
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Today, Longines associates the original aesthetics of its most significant historical models with the most modern watchmaking technologies. The Heritage models are a tribute to the pioneering spirit that has inspired Longines watchmakers from the very beginning. The brand has accompanied numerous pioneers on their celestial, terrestrial and underwater adventures. The essence of Longines timepieces is found precisely in this savoir-faire. These timepieces illustrate the longevity of a signature and the ability to continue to honor history with refinement and elegance. Among the exceptional creations of the Heritage line, the most famous is undoubtedly the Lindbergh Hour Angle Watch, a re-edition of the watch developed for the American pilot Charles Lindbergh in 1931. Also the Longines Weems Second-Setting Watch, which pays homage to the navigation by Captain Philip van Horn Weems and the Longines Twenty-Four Hours, a re-edition of a watch specially developed in the 1950s for the pilots of the Swissair company, are among the most emblematic Heritage models.
MATERIAL Stainless steel
GLASS Domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with multilayer anti-reflective treatment on the inside
BOTTOM Screwed caseback
DIMENSIONS Ø 38.50 mm
WATERPROOF Waterproof up to 3 bar
Dial and hands
TOUR OF THE HOURS Painted Arabic numerals
HANDS Blued steel hands
Movement and functions
TYPE OF MOVEMENT Automatic
CALIBER L888. Mechanical movement with automatic winding with a frequency of 25,200 vibrations per hour and a power reserve of 64 hours
FUNCTION Hours, minutes and seconds
MATERIAL Leather strap
BUCKLE With buckle
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