Longines debuted the Master Collection 190th Anniversary today, offered in three variations, and powered by an ETA-based automatic movement.
The Longines Master Collection 190th Anniversary collection is available in a 40 mm x 9.35 mm stainless steel (Ref. L2.7126.96.36.199) case for $3,450. The other two versions come in either 18K yellow gold (Ref. L2.7188.8.131.52) or rose gold (Ref. L2.7184.108.40.206) cases which cost $17,250.
Each dial features a different surface, with a black large-grained texture on the rose gold model, a silver small-grained texture on the stainless steel version, and a light gray straight surface on the yellow gold reference.
Longines kept these three dress watches simple, with leaf-shaped hour and minute hands, a baton center-seconds hand, no date indication, stamped hour numerals, dots around the flange to mark minutes/seconds, and Longines, Automatic, and Swiss Made printed in matching paint.
All models are powered by an ETA movement that’s made especially for Longines and that’s visible through the clear caseback. The depth rating is 30 meters and each comes with the same gray alligator leather strap.
Photo by Longines.