This remarkable Longines Divers watch dates from a period when Longines were without doubt one of the best watch makers in the world. The case is huge measuring 42 mm excluding the crowns, it was marketed at the time as Longines Divers flagship piece, running their own brand of the famous tuning fork chronometer movement, most famously used in the F300 range by Omega. produced circa 1974 it was released to the market as their professional divers watch, being water resistant to 200M.
The watch was built as a professional/ semi professional divers piece, with all the things you would expect from a true tool watch, bullet proof movement, all stainless steel construction, rotating divers bezel and screw/ waterproof case.
Everything about this remarkable watch screams quality. It clearly led a privileged life but shows a beautiful even patina as you would hope a period 70’s diver’s watch would show. This is one of the rarest tuning fork derived divers watches you will find and not to be confused with the ‘skin divers’ other manufacturers produced during this period, this really is the best of the best and is a remarkable and timeless classic.
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