The LONGINES Museum is located in Saint-Imier, where LONGINES was founded in 1932, marked by a flying wing hourglass. The museum’s collections represent the brand’s rich technology and heritage.
LONGINES draws from its long-standing collection of timepieces and pays tribute to the brand’s long-established watchmaking tradition. LONGINESHeritage 1969 uses a retro design that echoes the lines of a watch from the late 1960s.
Movement: automatic mechanical movement, movement L888.2 (ETA A31.L01), 11½ legal minutes, 21 jewel shafts, 25,200 vibrations per hour, 64-hour energy reserve
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date window at 4:30
Case: Cushion-shaped case, 36 x 36 mm, stainless steel, wear-resistant sapphire crystal, with multi-layer anti-reflective coating
Water resistance: up to 3 bar (30 meters)
Dial: Silver sunray pattern, 12 rose gold inlaid hour markers
Bracelet / strap: black alligator strap with buckle