Shop Best Longines Watches

206 Longines Watches

Price
  1. 1,00,000-150000 5
  2. 1,50,000-2,00,000 6
  3. 2,00,000-2,50,000 1
Stock Status
  1. In Stock 6
  2. Out of Stock 200
Gender
  1. Men 153
  2. Women 48
  3. Unisex 5
Collections
  1. La Grande Classique De Longines 16
  2. Conquest 25
  3. The Longines Master Collection 38
  4. HydroConquest 22
  5. The Longines Elegant Collection 2
  6. Longines DolceVita 26
  7. Flagship 1
  8. Record 1
  9. Longines Primaluna 7
  10. Conquest Classic 7
  11. The Longines Saint-Imier 11
  12. Heritage Diver 1
  13. Longines Spirit 11
  14. Heritage Avigation 1
  15. Longines Equestrian 1
  16. Conquest V.H.P. 5
  17. Longines Opposition 1
  18. Longines Evidenza 4
  19. Heritage Classic 11
  20. The Longines Legend Diver Watch 2
  21. Longines LungoMare 1
  22. Présence 9
  23. La Grande Classique De Longines 2
  24. Longines Ultra-Chron 1
Dial Colour
  1. Silver 77
  2. White 27
  3. Black 50
  4. Blue 20
  5. Green 6
  6. MOP 17
  7. Grey 5
  8. Champagne 1
  9. Anthracite 2
  10. Salmon 1
Case Size (mm) Size Guide
  1. < 17 3
  2. 17-19 1
  3. 20-22 3
  4. 23-25 14
  5. 26-28 19
  6. 29-31 3
  7. 32-34 13
  8. 35-37 12
  9. 38-40 40
  10. 41-43 85
  11. 44-46 9
  12. 47-50 4
Case Material
  1. Steel 152
  2. Steel & Yellow Gold 8
  3. Rose Gold 2
  4. Steel & Black PVD 1
  5. Steel & Rose Gold 25
  6. Steel & Rose Gold PVD 5
  7. Yellow Gold 1
  8. Steel & Ceramic 2
  9. Steel & Yellow Gold PVD 9
  10. Steel & Rose Gold Plated 1
Strap Material
  1. Leather 56
  2. Steel & Yellow Gold 8
  3. Steel 90
  4. Rubber 9
  5. Steel & Rose Gold 24
  6. Fabric 1
  7. Steel & Rose Gold PVD 5
  8. Steel & Black PVD 2
  9. Steel & Ceramic 1
  10. Steel & Yellow Gold PVD 6
  11. Steel & Yellow Gold Plated 1
  12. Steel & Rose Gold Plated 1
  13. Synthetic 1
  14. Fabric & Rubber 1
Strap Colour
  1. Silver & Yellow Gold 13
  2. Brown 31
  3. Black 21
  4. Silver 90
  5. Green 2
  6. Blue 9
  7. Silver & Rose Gold 30
  8. Beige 2
  9. Grey 3
  10. Yellow Gold 2
  11. Pink 1
  12. Maroon 1
  13. Black & Silver 1
Movement
  1. Automatic 119
  2. Quartz 87
Water Resistance (M)
  1. 50 18
  2. 100 11
  3. 300 43
  4. 30 131
Features
  1. Date 138
  2. Chronograph 53
  3. Annual Calendar 5
  4. Moon Phase 19
  5. Small Seconds 79
  6. GMT 2
  7. Power Reserve Indicator 4
  8. Tachymeter 2
  9. Dual Time 1
  10. Day-Date 16
  11. Day Night Indicator 4
  12. Month 13
  13. 1/10th seconds 1
  14. Second Time Zone 1
  15. E.O.L Indicator 2
  16. Day-Date Retrograde 2
  17. Small Seconds Retrograde 2
  18. GMT Retrograde 2
  19. Moonphase 1
  20. Retrograde Small Seconds 1
  21. Retrograde GMT 2
  22. Retrograde Day-Date 2
  23. 1/100 Seconds 1
  24. Equation of Time 1
Purchase Year
  1. 2016 4
  2. 2020 1
  3. 2021 20
  4. 2017 9
  5. 2007 2
  6. 2015 8
  7. 2014 3
  8. 2019 6
  9. 2018 5
  10. 2022 1
  11. 2012 5
  12. 2013 5
  13. 2010 2
  14. 2011 1
  15. 2001 1
  16. 2000 1
  17. 2023 2
Precious Stone
  1. On Dial 29
  2. On Bezel & Dial 6
  3. On Bezel 3
Case Shape
  1. Round 173
  2. Rectangular 27
  3. Square 1
  4. Cushion 1
  5. Tonneau 4
  1. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2016 40 Mm

    ₹ 2,40,000

  2. LonginesThe Longines Elegant Collection

    NA 39 Mm

    ₹ 1,78,000

  3. LonginesThe Longines Elegant Collection

    39 Mm

    ₹ 1,70,000

  4. LonginesLongines Spirit

    2022 42 Mm

    ₹ 1,55,000

  5. LonginesThe Longines Saint-Imier

    NA 41 Mm

    ₹ 1,53,000

  6. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    NA 40 Mm

    ₹ 1,28,000

  7. LonginesHeritage Avigation

    2021 47.5 Mm
    sold out
  8. LonginesConquest

    2016 41 Mm
    sold out
  9. LonginesConquest

    2012 41 Mm
    sold out
  10. LonginesLa Grande Classique De Longines

    2015 33 Mm
    sold out
  11. LonginesConquest

    2013 41 Mm
    sold out
  12. LonginesConquest

    2016 41 Mm
    sold out
  13. LonginesConquest

    2016 41 Mm
    sold out
  14. LonginesLa Grande Classique De Longines

    2017 33 Mm
    sold out
  15. LonginesRecord

    2019 40 Mm
    sold out
  16. LonginesPrésence

    2017 34.5 Mm
    sold out
  17. LonginesPrésence

    2017 34 Mm
    sold out
  18. LonginesPrésence

    2015 25 Mm
    sold out
  19. LonginesLongines LungoMare

    2000 42 Mm
    sold out
  20. LonginesLongines Primaluna

    2011 26.5 Mm
    sold out
  21. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2015 42 Mm
    sold out
  22. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2018 44 Mm
    sold out
  23. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2012 44 Mm
    sold out
  24. LonginesHydroConquest

    2017 44 Mm
    sold out
  25. LonginesHydroConquest

    2016 47.5 Mm
    sold out
  26. LonginesHydroConquest

    2013 47.5 Mm
    sold out
  27. LonginesConquest Classic

    2018 40 Mm
    sold out
  28. LonginesHeritage Classic

    2017 39 Mm
    sold out
  29. LonginesThe Longines Legend Diver Watch

    2014 42 Mm
    sold out
  30. LonginesThe Longines Saint-Imier

    2012 41 Mm
    sold out
  31. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2017 38.5 Mm
    sold out
  32. LonginesHeritage Classic

    2007 41 Mm
    sold out
  33. LonginesHeritage Classic

    2013 40 Mm
    sold out
  34. LonginesConquest V.H.P.

    2019 43 Mm
    sold out
  35. LonginesThe Longines Master Collection

    2019 40 Mm
    sold out
  36. LonginesPrésence

    2007 33 Mm
    sold out

The Rise of Longines Watches

The historical timekeeper of sports events, Longines was founded in the Swiss-Jura mountains back in 1832, releasing the iconic chronograph pocket watch with a monopusher crown. August Agassiz, a watchmaker of Swiss origin, belonging to the Saint-Imier region, established ‘Raiguel Jeune & Cie’, with his two partners, Florian Morel and Henri Raiguel. Raiguel Jeune & Cie were known for making pocket watches with crown wheel escapements, a feature typical to the watch-making industry of Switzerland at the time.

 A few years later, in 1846, both Morel and Raiguel retired, leaving Agassiz as the only one in charge of a company that was gaining popularity in the West.

In 1852, with Agassiz’s decision to have his nephew, Ernest Francillon, onboard, the company saw even more innovation and progress. In a bid to make the brand more independent, Ernest Francillon, an economist himself, inaugurated the company’s first factory. Located in an area locally known as ‘Longines’, this place was the cause behind the name of the entire brand. Apart from the establishment of the first factory, 1867 was also the year when the company produced its very first in-house watch movement, named ‘20A’. Incorporated with an anchor escapement and pendant winding, this movement was the recipient of an award at the Universal Exhibition in Paris, that very year.

Longines’ commitment towards advancement did not stop there. In 1876, the technical director of Longines, Jacques David, visited the United States of America to collect information about industrialised watch manufacturing. Upon returning, David authored a comprehensive 108-page report on American watch production, which served as one of the prime documents prompting the industrialisation of the Swiss watch industry. 

Longines Watches - Precision and Innovation Done Right

When it comes to manufacturing innovative calibres, Longines has hit several landmarks. In 1878, the brand created its very first chronograph movement, known as the ‘20H’. The 20H was Longines’ first step into the world of precision time recording - a chronograph movement used in professional sporting events. Subsequently, with its high precision and accuracy, Longines became the go-to timekeeper for a variety of sports.

From pocket watches, Longines slowly and steadily shifted to producing wristwatches. In this new field, the brand paid all its attention towards ensuring the quality of their timepieces remains superior. Armed with the experience of precision pocket watches, the watchmakers at Longines created a single-push wristwatch with the ‘13.33Z’ featuring 29 mm diameter and bearing accuracy up to one-fifth of a second.

Only three years after this feat, Longines dived into the production of rectangular and oval calibres for wristwatches. However, Longines’ most remarkable calibre was released in 1936 - the ‘13ZN’. Armed with a 60-minute continuous counter or a 30-minute counter, the 13ZN was patented by the brand. In 1945, Longines took another step forward in the wristwatch industry - releasing the patented calibre 22A for its self-winding watch series. The 1970s and 1980s were memorable decades for the brand. Longines collaborated with Ebauche SA and Texas Instruments Incorporated to release the first digital watch of the brand with an LCD display. The brand also presented a quartz watch with 1.98mm thickness, the first watch to break the 2mm barrier, eventually leading to the brand creating a line of ultra-thin watches. Even as recently as 2012, Longines launched the L788 calibre, with a column-wheel movement allowing functions like start, stop and reset. Longines also became the timekeeper for Formula 1 for 10 years, the timekeeper for the International Federation of Gymnastics, and became part of the reputed Swatch Group.

Longines Watches - The Advancements Continue

The achievements of Longines did not stop in the late 20th century. Some of the notable collections of this brand were released in the 1980s, and they continue to release new collections. The Conquest collection launched back in 1954 was modified with a 276 VHP calibre (released in 1984), equipped with a technology to neutralise effects of temperature variation. The 1997 DolceVita collection redefined the elegant designs of the watches, giving them a classy, feminine touch - a design decision that made the series an instant hit among women and the younger generation. The 2003 Evidenza collection featured stylish barrel-shaped watches, and two years later, the Master collection was released comprising models with (mostly) self-winding (mostly) mechanical movements. The house became the official timekeeper of the French Open Tennis Championship at Roland Garros, alpine ski competitions hosted by the International Ski Federation and a long-term timekeeping partner of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities. In 2015, the brand launched the Longines Positioning System, a revolutionary set-up created to relay information about the exact position, speed, and rank of a horse during a race.

Needless to say, Longines is bringing advancements to every category of watches they create.