Longines Dress Watch Oversized

Longines has gradually established a special relationship with the world of sport. Already present in Athens in 1896, the company has always been associated with global development in sport, including taking on time measurement fourteen times during the Olympic Games since 1952 in Oslo.

In aviation, for example, Longines has been the official supplier of the ‘International Aeronautics Federation’ (FAI) since 1919 and supplies time gauges to record various world flight records. Perhaps the best known is the timing of the non-stop flight across the North Atlantic, in 1927, by Charles Lindbergh. During this period, Longines introduced the first in-house developed automatic timepieces and won several awards including the ‘Prix d’Honneur of Lausanne’.

The Longines watch that we offer you here is equipped with a steel case and a hand-wind movement. We have honestly never seen the shape of the legs before, very special. They look like claws. The dial is also in very good condition and equipped with a decentralized second hand.

We have mounted a nice matching leather strap and sell the watch with a 1-year warranty.

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