The Longines Legend Diver Watch becomes colourful
The Longines Legend Diver , a timepiece that’s emblematic of the winged-hourglass brand’s Heritage segment, is now available in coloured versions. In blue or brown, these creations bring a new look to one of the first diving watches designed by Longines, of which the history is filled with technical achievements.
Longines has been a name long associated with sport, and so it is only fitting that it brings its expertise to diving. It all began in 1937, when water-resistance became a quality criterion. Longines developed a watch case with water- resistant push-pieces for its renowned 13ZN caliber, taking care to patent this creation. Subsequently, the winged-hourglass brand brought forth a number of developments, which led it to launch its first civil diving watch in 1958 and several other watches of this type during the 1960s.
Some of these flagship pieces have since been re-issued as part of an “immersion in heritage”. This includes the Longines Legend Diver Watch, released in 2007. An icon of the rich heritage of the winged- hourglass brand, this line has gradually expanded over the years and today proposes new versions in steel with blue or brown shades.
The latest versions of The Longines Legend Diver Watch conserve the spirit and the pure lines of the original timepiece, while benefiting from the brand’s watch-making expertise. They feature up-to-date technical characteristics, such as a box-shaped sapphire glass, two screw-in crowns and a screw-down case back; they are water- resistant to 300 metres or they have an automatic movement with a silicon spring- balance, made exclusively for Longines.
Longines Legend Diver Watch
Pvp 2.260 Euros