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Longines Master Collection

All fitted with self-winding movements, the various models in this collection offer various sophistications.

In 2005, Longines launched the line that would become its best-selling product: the Longines Master Collection. Right from the start, this range has enjoyed a level of success that has never waned, making it an emblem of the brand's watchmaking know-how. Over the years, new sizes and sophistications have been added, while the timeless classicism which is the brand's essential characteristic and which has played a major role in its success worldwide has always been maintained.

In addition to the traditional models with three hands, the Longines Master Collection offers a wide range of sophistications: chronograph functions, indication of time in all 24 time-zones worldwide, power-reserve indicator, phases of the moon or retrograde functions.

Master Collection

Master Collection Chrono, Ref. L2.669.4.78, acier © Longines

The sophisticated models in the Longines Master Collection are available in various diameter sizes - 38.5 mm, 40 mm, 41 mm, 42 mm, 44 mm. They are all fitted with self-winding movements. The cases are available in steel, steel and yellow gold or 18 carat rose gold. The black or silver dials are decorated with a barley-corn design which enhances the rhodium-plated or blued steel hands.

Master Collection

Master Collection GMT, Ref. L2.631.7.40 © Longines

 

Master Collection

Master Collection Power Reserve, Ref. L2.666.4.51 © Longines

Water-resistant to 3 bar, these models also have a transparent case back through which one can admire the working of the movement. Each timepiece is mounted on a steel and yellow gold or a steel bracelet, or on a black or dark brown alligator strap, all having a folding safety clasp.

Master Collection

Master Collection Moonphase, Ref. L2.673.4.78 © Longines

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Based in St. Imier since 1832, Longines has a long tradition in watchmaking, characterised by the elegance of its watches. Using expertise gained as the company has evolved, Longines has gradually forged ties with the world of sport, where it demonstrates its excellence in precision timekeeping. Today, Longines is the oldest brand still in business, unchanged, in the international registers held by the World Intellectual Property Organization...

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