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Longines Watchmaking Tradition


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Full Specification

  • Brand Longines
    CollectionWatchmaking Tradition
    Model NoL2.739.4.71.3
  • Movement
    Features Day-Date
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre L707
    Case Size 44 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Silver
    Hands Feuille
    Indexes Roman Numerals
    Strap Material Leather
    EAN 7612356174910
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 5 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Longines Watchmaking Tradition Collection


The Longines Watchmaking Tradition Collection of watches, as its name suggests, exemplifies the masterful aesthetics, superior technology, and advanced crafting the brand is renowned. This collection pays a tribute to the success of Longies, which stems from its ongoing and commendable evolution of movements- from the self-winding calibre 22A in 1945, to the innovative column-wheel technique in 2009, and most recently, the Single Push-Piece Column-wheel in 2012. The sub-collections offered by the Watchmaking Tradition line are the Master, Evidenza, The Elegant, Heritage Classic, Record, and The Longines 1832.

The Master Collection

Longines launched its Master series in 2005 as a range under the Watchmaking Tradition collection. Since then the range has continued to launch timepieces, which have sparked interest among watch enthusiasts across the globe. Primarily, a set of simple timepieces, the Master collection also features various complications such as chronographs, moon phases, and calendars.

The Elegant Collection

To be noticed without striving is what elegance is all about. Launched as a sub-collection under the Watchmaking tradition collection, every Elegant timepiece is simple yet stunningly beautiful. Making use of materials like stainless steel and 18 K pink gold, the watches are put together using cutting-edge technology. The most consistent feature of this range is its simple case, protected by sapphire crystal. Some of the timepieces are set with diamonds, which add a touch of luxurious sophistication to the watches. Many of the timepieces feature a sleek small second sub-dial at the 6 o’clock marker and also a date window at the 3 o’clock marker.

The Evidenza

Longines launched the Evidenza Collection as a sub-collection under the Watchmaking Tradition. The intent of the collection was to pay tribute to the 1920s, a time of uninhibited freedom and progress in art, culture and of course, fashion. Inspired by the Art-Deco movement, the tonneau-shaped case presents itself with consistency throughout the collection. Apart from the shape of the case, the timepieces hold the 6 o’clock section for small seconds sub-dial or a date window. In some of the timepieces, one can also experience the elegantly set diamonds on the bezel.

The Heritage Classic

Drawing from the crypts of Longines, the Heritage Classic is a series of timepieces that offer an insight into the earliest days of the brand. Be it the sector dial from the 70s or the Classic Chronograph from the 60s, the timepieces are placed in a time capsule with a flavour of modernism in it. One can experience the play of heritage with hands fitted inside the timepieces, the hands range from the cathedral to dauphine or sometimes sword-shaped hands.

Record & 1832

For the “Record”, Longines offer a simple and elegant way of recording time. In a very rare case, Longines also fitted with this series of watches with a bi-compax chronograph. This timepiece is also fitted with a tachymeter on the outer flange of the dial offering an intimate take on the timekeeping duties. Marking the foundation year of the brand, the Longines 1832 celebrates the years of watchmaking and tradition with brilliant timepieces. Featuring moon phases and day/date windows, the timepieces are an elegant addition to the collection.

The Longines Master Collection  L2.739.4.71.3


    • Brand Longines
    • Reference L707
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve approx. 48 hours
    • Frequency 28800 bph
    • Date Date
    • Diameter 36.60

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    The Longines master retro joined my collection a few months ago, Ethos gave me good service by getting me the watch with a stainless steel bracelet though they did not have stock.

    The beautiful watch has a 44mm round case with sapphire crystals protecting it and a well decorated movement seen through the back. The bracelet is a well decorated one with a double clasp. It should also be noted that it is a tad heavy unless you are really built. If you want this watch to be a dress watch i suggest you go for the 40mm case with leather strap.
    The watch has 24hr separate time zone(not synced to the main time), day, date, day/night indicator and finally a moon phase at 6 'o clock position. The real beauty of the watch is that all these features except for the main time function are displayed via retro grade hands. One would have been disappointed if not for the seconds retro grade hands with actually lets the user enjoy the unique movement of the retro grade. The 24hr, day , date and the moon phase are adjusted using a customized metal pin provided along with the watch to push the individual pushers. The crown has two positions, one to advance or retard the hour hand by exactly one hour which is very useful in changing time zones quickly and position two allows you to adjust time normally. The dial is quite busy and a closer look on this huge dial lets you enjoy the guilloche pattern on it.

    I intend to buy a original leather strap later so that the watch will have two different looks when i want it.

    This is really a unique one from Longines.