Longines introduced another variant of its Legend Diver, a reissue of a 1960s jumping watch from 1960. Some portion of the Heritage line, this new Legend Diver model combines the style codes and plan components average of the time with a black PVD covering which gives the watch another cutting edge look.
The lines of the first have been saved yet the new watch is currently furnished with refreshed technical attributes.
The boxed glass is made of sapphire gem and the two screw-in crowns and screw-down back assurance an astounding water protection from 30 bar (around 300 meters/1,000 feet).
The bidirectional inside turning plunging bezel is initiated and halted by the crown situated at 2 o’clock, permitting the wearer to decide the remaining jump time.
The lists, numerals and hands, covered with Super-LumiNova, fly from the black lacquered dial for ideal intelligibility, which is further upgraded by the plain, clean typeface utilized for the numerals 6, 9 and 12.
The 42 mm steel case, whose screw-down back is brightened with an emblazoned outline of a diver, houses a programmed mechanical development that is restrictive to Longines, the Caliber L888.2 (ETA A31.L01) beating at 25,200 vibrations each hours with a force save of 64 hours.
A Milanese-style black elastic tie furnished with a folding titanium fasten treated with black PVD and an incorporated plunging augmentation complete this watch.
The Longines Legend Diver with black PVD covering (ref. L3.7184.108.40.206) has a cost of Euro 2,300. longines.com