Longines Twenty-Four Hours
In the 1950's, Longines supplied watches to Switzerland's national airline, Swissair. The company is now re-issuing its aviator watch, the Longines Twenty-Four Hours, with its distinctive 24-hour dial. This feature met the needs of navigators who, at the time, had to determine the position of the aircraft and set up a flight plan. Both historical and functional, it has preserved the original's strong aesthetic character.
Automatic, L704.2 calibre, 16 ½ lignes, 24 jewels, 28,800 vib/h, 48-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes, seconds, date and 24-hour scale
Round, stainless steel, 47.50 mm Anti-reflective sapphire crystal Engraved and numbered back cover protecting a sapphire crystal Water-resistant to 30 m / 3 ATM
Matt black Hour and minute hands and 24 Arabic numerals coated in Superluminova Date window at 3 o'clock
Black alligator leather with buckle