Longines – Heritage Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph
Longines dispatches the Heritage Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph, a delightful reissue of a refined chronograph delivered in the main portion of the 20th century.
The straightforward round case has a measurement of 41 mm and is made from hardened steel with the particular attribute of a single push-piece, coaxial with the crown, to control the chronograph’s capacities.
Accessible in dark matte (ref. L2.800.4.53) or white polish (ref. L2.800.4.23), the dial bears dark or white standing out Arabic numerals from rhodium-plated or blued finish steel hands which stand apart unmistakably for ideal clarity. This chronograph likewise includes a tachymeter scale.
Longines’ restrictive single push-piece column-wheel development is obvious through the transparent steel case back. In view of oneself winding type L788.2 dependent on the ETA A08.L11, the development beats at 28,800 vibrations each hour and offers 54 hours of force save.
Water impervious to 30 meters, the Longines – Heritage Column-Wheel Single Push-Piece Chronograph has a cost of around Euro 3,600/US$ 4,000. longines.com