Longines – Avigation
Longines keeps on looking for motivation from watches of the past and in particular, for its Heritage assortment, from military-style models.
The most recent expansion is the Longines Avigation which is based on the plan of a model produced for the British armed force previously presented in 1949.
Much the same as the first, the Avigation includes a huge steel case with a measurement of 44 mm which houses a development encased in a delicate iron plate and vault which shield it from the impacts of attractive fields. The case offers water protection from 30 meters.
The programmed type L704 (in light of the ETA A07 171) shows the hours, minutes, seconds and date, just as having a 24-hour second time-scale. It beats at 28,800 vibrations each hour with a force save of 48 hours.
The dark lacquered dial – average of military watches – features white and red numerals coated with Super-LumiNova with a distinctive “broad bolt” sign which was utilized in the United Kingdom to indicate government property, for this situation military hardware utilized by the British Army.
The Longines Avigation (ref. L2.831.4.53.x) is fitted on a dark croc lash with a clasp.