Longines Men's Wristwatches
Longines has been making men's watches since in 1832. As a Swiss watch making brand, you know you are going to get perfect craftsmanship, precision timekeeping and elegant style with every watch. With a winged hourglass logo, the Longines brand is famous around the world both for personal watches and timekeeping pieces for sporting events. Longines men's watches are classy and can pass down through generations. The brand has ambassadors such as famous actors and actresses, gymnasts, tennis players and horse riders who all choose Longines wristwatches as their timepiece of choice.
What Watch Collections Do Longines Have?
Longines' watch collections each have their own style yet remain true to the value and elegance of the brand.
- Heritage: The Heritage collection is resonant with historic timepieces, combining old watch making techniques with modern ones. These watches are charming with their own original elegance.
- Elegance: The Elegance men's watches have timeless class. They have harmonious lines and have outstanding technical precision. A Longines formal watch is a perfect accessory for special occasions.
- Sport: Longines' Sport men's watches are versatile enough to wear while doing your favourite activities, yet still look stylish enough to wear on a day to day basis.
- Equestrian: The Equestrian collection takes inspiration from both old equestrian watches and modern elements of the equestrian world. Longines first made an equestrian watch back in 1878.
- Watchmaking Tradition: The Watchmaking Tradition collection is a mix of technical and aesthetic, and these are great automatic watches that hold the character and charm of the brand.
I Want a Vintage Longines Watch, Can I Find Out How Old It is?
Yes you can. Longines offer a service where they can tell you about the history of your vintage Longines watch, which can be useful for knowing its value.
- A Certificate of Authenticity: By sending your men's watch to the Longines headquarters for authentication.
- An Extract from the Archives: This is a document that pulls information kept in the Longines archives and you can do this by sending in the serial number and photos of your watch.