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Longines La Grande Classique White Dial Stainless Steel Ladies Watch

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SKU: LNG47864112
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DETAILS
Stainless steel case with a black leather strap. Fixed stainless steel PVD bezel. White dial with black hands and Roman numeral hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Solid case back. Case dimensions: 38 mm x 35 mm. Band width: 20 mm. Tang clasp. Water resistant at 30 meters / 100 feet. Functions: hour, minute.
Products specifications
Model 47864112
Gender Ladies
Manufacturer Item LNG47864112
Collection La Grande Classique
Movement Quartz
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Shape Tonneau
Case Back Solid
Dial Color White
Hands Black hands
Crystal Scratch resistant mineral
Band Type Strap
Band Color Black
Band Width 20mm
Band Material Leather
Clasp Type Buckle
Water Resistance 30 meters / 100 feet
Warranty 2 Year Jomadeals.com Warranty
Brand Longines
Bezel Material Stainless Steel
Case Back Fixed
Movement Roman Numeral
Bezel 38 mm x 35 mm
ABOUT BRAND

Longines was founded by Auguste Agassiz at Saint-Imier, Switzerland in 1832. Its origins can be traced back to the 1830s and it currently holds the oldest registered logo for a watch company (a winged hourglass). Longines is known for its "Aviators" watches. One director of Longines was a friend of Charles Lindbergh; after his transatlantic flight, Lindbergh designed a pilot watch to help with air navigation. The watch was built to his specifications, and is still produced today. Since 1832, Longines has been renowned for design and precision. Famous aviators, explorers and pioneers have consulted Longines. Longines provided timers used at the first modern day Olympics in 1892. In 1899, Longines went to the North Pole with Arctic Louis Amedee de Savoie. Longines always strives for elegance in design and technological innovation. It was the first to use automatic timekeeping for the Federal Gymnastics, at Basel in 1912. Today, Longines remains a widely recognized name in sport watches and chronographs.