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Longines Sport

L3.640.4.96.6

Current MRP
₹ 56,800

*Inclusive of all taxes

EMI from ₹ 5074

*Currently out of stock

Full Specification

  • Brand Longines
    CollectionSport
    SeriesN/A
    Model NoL3.640.4.96.6
  • Movement
    Features Date, Unidirectional Rotating Bezel
    Movement Quartz
    Calibre L263
    Case
    Case Size 39 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Bezel Bi-directional Rotating Bezel
    Case Back Closed Case Back
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial
    Dial Colour Blue
    Indexes Stick / Dot
    Strap
    Strap Material Steel
    Strap Colour Silver
    Other
    EAN 7612356154349
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 300
    Warranty Period 2 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Longines Sport Collection

History

The Longines Sport collection of watches celebrates the brand’s deep connections with all forms of sport since the launch of 20H, its first chronographic movement, in 1878. With the creation of multiple precise timekeeping instruments, Longines established its dominance in all things athletic, such as the Belmont Stakes, of which it is the official timekeeper. More notably, Longines was the official timekeeper of the first Modern Olympics, a fact which is commemorated by the Conquest sub-collection. The second variation of this line, the Hydroconquest, was created for divers across the globe. The Longines Sport, hence, embodies a unique blend of contemporary technology and enduring elegance, making it a favourite with the athletic watch aficionados.

Design

Watches from the Longines Sport collection have a distinctive sporty appeal with their enlarged bezels available in multiple shades such as black, red, blue and silver. Their perfectly circular cases are made of stainless steel for long-enduring elegance. Pronounced extensions from the case house the crown and additional screws in each watch of this collection. Their crowns are fluted to impart an element of rugged appeal to the ensemble, as well as to ensure a secure grip while adjusting time. Protected by sapphire crystal casing, certain models boast multiple layers of anti-reflective coating for an unhampered view of time. The circular dials vary in tone from white to black, including unique shades of blue and mother of pearl. Hourly intervals of time are marked by new-age Arabic numerals and simple indexes, while specific versions are studded with brilliant diamonds. Longines adorns the bezels of some of these watches with diamonds as well for a glamorous dimension. Most watches come with exquisite dual-toned bracelets, while others sport durable rubber straps.

Features

Most timepieces from the Longines Sport line come equipped with immaculate quartz movement for precise timekeeping functionality. Chronographic features on some of these watches, with multiple sub-dials and tracks, in addition to rectangular date windows, allow for an advanced horologic experience. Water resistant up to a depth of 300 metres, this collection offers true divers watches, upholding the Longines heritage. 

Longines Sport Hydro Conquest

ABOUT THE MOVEMENT

    • Brand Longines
    • Reference L263
    • Movement Quartz
    • Display Analog
    • Base ETA 955.412
    • Power Reserve approx. 26280 hours
    • Date Date
    • Diameter 23.30

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    This is my 1st mid range steel strap watch. I always thought that a steel belted watch won't comfort me much but Longines made that wrong. It's downright comfortable. The sapphire crystal's anti reflection coating is highly useful. My wrist is in league of skinny still 39mm dial looks fantastic. I also own a Seiko and use both watches alternately. Though I personally feel that in long run Seiko will more be trustworthy thought its 1/5th in price than a Longines. But for now Longines is a pleasant wearing experience. Its blue dial looks amazing and everyone notices it much better than black dial on my Seiko. Bezel is unidirectional but i wont find it much useful. My Seiko is a chronograph so in practical term its much useful than my Longines.
    Anyone who wants to own a mid range watch which posses Omega looks but priced rather competitive will love Longines. Its 300m water resistant!