Based on its many years of experience with quartz, Longines is revisiting a success story from the 80s. With the Conquest V.H.P. (Very High Precision), it is marking a return to a technology in which it was a pioneer and expert, particularly through its timekeeping activities. The new collection was launched at the Neuchâtel Observatory, where the first quartz clock with absolute precision developed by the brand was certified in 1954. The Conquest V.H.P. represents a new achievement in the field of quartz, combining great precision, high technicality and a sporty look, marked by the brand’s unique elegance.
Longines is launching two limited-edition watches – one for women and one for men – to mark the Alpine World Ski Championships 2017. The brand thus pays tribute to its close ties with both the International Ski Federation and the alpine village of St. Moritz. These refined timepieces, from the Conquest Classic collection, will please men and women with a passion for skiing and a love of elegance.
To mark the 10th edition of Roland Garros since the beginning of Longines’ partnership with the FFT, the Swiss watchmaking brand Longines is honouring sport fans by launching a Conquest Roland Garros ladies model, specially designed to celebrate the prestigious clay court Paris tournament. This new chronograph is sure to delight sportswomen who seek to wear a timepiece that combines dynamism and performance without compromising elegance, like Longines Ambassador of Elegance Stefanie Graf, six-time winner of the French Open, who enthusiastically supported the development of the watch.
Official Watch of the Alpine village of St. Moritz, the Swiss watchmaking company is proud to present a new chronograph keeping time to one hundredth of a second to add to its Conquest collection: the Conquest 1/100th St. Moritz. This special edition, created in the context of the new partnership between Longines and the Swiss ski resort houses a unique movement using the latest-generation technologies.
Founded in the town of Saint-Imier, the famous Swiss watchmaker Longines, which celebrates this year its 180th anniversary, has a long tradition marked by the continual elegance and performance of its products. The Conquest line is the quintessential expression of Longines’ sporting elegance and presents most emblematic pieces within the Longines Sport Collection. The brand now extends this line with the Conquest 24 hours – dedicated to all of those who aim to discover new horizons.
Official Partner and Timekeeper of the French Open at Roland-Garros since 2007, the Swiss watchmaking company is proud to present a new chronograph keeping time to one hundredth of a second to add to its Conquest collection: the Conquest 1/100th Roland Garros. This special edition, created as a tribute to the greatest tennis tournament on clay courts, houses a unique movement using the latest-generation technologies.
Longines unveils a new model to add to its Conquest collection, a name borne by many of the brand’s successful pieces over the years: Conquest 1/100th Horse Racing. Now keeping time to one hundredth of a second, this watch includes a unique movement that surpasses its predecessors. The creation of this model sees Longines continue its long tradition as a timekeeper for equestrian sports and pays homage to all those passionate about flat racing.
To mark the 2014/2015 alpine skiing season, the Swiss watch brand is proud to present a new Conquest collection chronograph able to display time to one hundredth of a second: the Conquest 1/100th Alpine Skiing. A real tribute to Longines' long tradition of producing trial timekeepers for alpine skiing, this steel chronograph meets the highest standards in precision for the sport and contains a unique movement that surpasses previous generations.
Combining a long history of sports timing and more than a century of involvement in equestrian sport, Longines is proud to present the Conquest Jumping, a new model dedicated specifically to the discipline of Jumping. Fitted with an exclusive, cutting-edge movement, this watch can be used to time Jumping competitions to 1/100th of a second and also take into account the many regulations that govern the sport.
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