The Longines 7150 was produced for a short time from around 1958 until the early 1960’s, this piece dates to around 1963 although it’s as wearable today as it was when it was first made. Longines legendary status among dive watches comes in part from their involvement in the Trieste deep dive in 1960 when along with Rolex and lesser-known Movado their timing devices were used on the mission, although as you would imagine it was Rolex that made the most of the marketing opportunity!
ESPA super compressor cased watches are highly collectable and one of the most coveted is the Longines 7150, it has it all great case size at 42mm technically advanced having the ingenious rotating bezel design and the superb automatic cal 290 Longines movement and stunning good looks.
The movement comes fully serviced and guaranteed for a full 12 months
The 42 mm stainless steel case is in outstanding condition and the divers emblem on the case back is incredibly clear, overall the watch has survived the last 60 years remarkably well.
The watch comes fitted to a new black leather strap and is in the original Longines box
This piece is in stock and ready for worldwide shipping.
This piece was also featured in the online watch fans magazine ,Hairspring.com ;
Our stock number 1266
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