The Swiss brand with the iconic winged hourglass once again draws on its many years of experience in the field of sports watches, now it is rebooting the famous HydroConquest in a new model generation. Water-resistant to 300 meters, this collection of diving watches launched in 2007 combines high-tech standards with distinctive Longines luxury, importantly including GMT capability for the first time. up the chain.

The HydroConquest GMT boasts a 41mm stainless steel case with a height of 12.9mm, featuring alternating polished and satin-finished surfaces. It is equipped with a new unidirectional ceramic bezel. For the dial, Longines offers four attractive color options – green, brown, black and blue, all with a sunburst finish. Polished gold or silver-plated hands and hour markers are coated with Superluminova. The second time zone is indicated by the central hand with an arrowhead and a 24-hour scale on the periphery.

At the heart of the HydroConquest GMT is a new Longines-exclusive automatic movement. Caliber L844.5 has a power reserve of 72 hours and is equipped with a silicon balance spring and other parts made of non-magnetic materials. According to the brand, it is 10 times more resistant to magnetic fields than the ISO 764 standard requires.

Also newly designed is the stainless steel bracelet with H-sphard links. It has a micro-adjustable clasp, a first for Longines. To complement the color of the dial, the HydroConquest GMT is also available on rubber and NATO straps.

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