Two years after its launch, the Record range by Longines continues to expand In addition to a growing selection of watches to choose from, the basic reasons to buy into the range remain convincing They can all be found on the spec sheet, which is where we’ll begin.
COSC-certified movement with 65-hour power reserve and silicon balance spring; 40 mm steel case with sunray brushed dial, baton markers and polished hands; alligator strap or 7-link steel bracelet with folding buckle Prices start at CHF 2,010 (strap or bracelet), climbing to €5,860 for a solid rose gold case There’s also a 30 mm ladies’ version and various diamond-set options.
So that’s it, as far as the technical details are concerned All that remains is to put them into context, and talk a little bit about design. The context is that the Swatch Group is turning its attention upmarket Upmarket in terms of. More