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Longines Longines Master Collection

L2.773.4.71.6

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Full Specification

  • Brand Longines
    CollectionThe Longines Master Collection
    SeriesN/A
    Model NoL2.773.4.71.6
  • Movement
    Features Chronograph, Day-Date, Moon Phase, Small Seconds, Month, 24 Hour Indicator
    Movement Automatic
    Calibre L687
    Case
    Case Size 42 mm
    Case Thickness 14.20 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Case Back See-through Case Back
    Lug Width 21 mm
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial
    Dial Colour Silver
    Hands Leaf
    Indexes Roman Numerals
    Strap
    Strap Material Steel
    Strap Colour Silver
    Clasp Type Triple Folding Clasp with Push Button
    Other
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 5 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

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About the Longines The Longines Master Collection Collection

History

Longines launched the Longines Master collection in 2005 as a sub-collection under the Watchmaking Tradition collection. Since then the range has continued to launch timepieces, which have sparked interest among watch enthusiasts across the globe. The initial versions from the range only made use of stainless steel dials. The trend changed when the company diversified the collection with the introduction of metals like pink and yellow gold, a select few featuring a novel combination of a black dial.

Features

The basic variant features a classic round case, typically made of stainless steel, and comes in various sizes for men and women. The dials showcase traditional designs with applied Roman numerals or indexes, paired with elegant dauphine or steel hands. The moon phase variant incorporates an additional moon phase complication, typically displayed on a sub-dial at the 6 o'clock position. The moon phase indicator showcases the different phases of the moon, adding a touch of celestial beauty to the dial. This variant is often paired with classic leather straps for a refined look. There are also some timepieces that display the date in a retrograde manner and also a variant where there is a power reserve indicator at the 6 o'clock marker.

Chronograph & Perpetual Calendar

The Master Chronograph variant features chronograph functionality, allowing for precise timing and measurement of elapsed time. The chronograph sub-dials are typically positioned at the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions, offering a sporty yet elegant design. Some models also include a tachymeter scale on the bezel for measuring speed. Whereas, the Perpetual Calendar features a perpetual calendar complication, which displays the day, date, and month on the dial. The perpetual calendar automatically accounts for the varying number of days in each month, with the need for adjustment only once a year, on March 1st.

Longines The Longines Master Collection

ABOUT THE MOVEMENT

The L687 by Longines stands out as an impressive calibre, built upon ETA's robust and reliable 7751 movement. This calibre boasts a multitude of complications, including hours, minutes, and small seconds with a 24-hour indicator positioned at nine o'clock. It also features a date indicator encircling the dial, a column wheel chronograph mechanism with a central 60-seconds hand, a moon phase display with a 12-hour counter at six o'clock, and a 30-minute counter alongside day and month displays at 12. Operating at 28,800 beats per hour, it offers a power reserve of 66 hours. The movement showcases refined components, with elegant decorations like perlage and a rotor adorned with intricate wave patterns and gold engraving of the Longines brand name.

    • Brand Longines
    • Reference L687
    • Movement Automatic
    • Display Analog
    • Power Reserve Approx. 66 hours
    • Frequency 28800 bph

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