Standing out with its spotless and practical lines, the Longines HydroConquest was presented more than 10 years prior as a component of the brand’s games assortment. This currently planned jump watch has since seen various emphasess, incorporating fresher variants fitted with shaded ceramic supplements on the bezel. The brand presently goes a couple of steps further toward this path joining ceramic on the whole case. Meet the new Longines HydroConquest Full Black Ceramic.
This new Longines HydroConquest is a unique plunge watch and highlights all the attributes found in the assortment’s most recent facelift. What’s truly new however is that its case is designed out of innovative, scratch-safe black ceramic interestingly – Zirconium Oxide ZrO2 as imprinted on the dial and a similar material utilized by Omega on the SM300, for example. The watch stands apart among the various variants of the HydroConquest with a covertness, full-black look giving it an advanced, sportier character.
Besides the new material, the instance of this new form is equivalent to the steel models, with its 43mm distance across and extended carries, and still water-impervious to 300m. Its unidirectional bezel, presently a strong square of ceramic, works easily and unequivocally. Among the most prominent updates, the plan of the crown monitors has been marginally improved and adjusted to the ceramic creation imperatives. These crown monitors embrace the screw-down crown safely without being excessively prominent. The caseback is decorated with the Longines winged hourglass logo.
On the dial, all signs are decipherable initially. The white Super-LumiNova treatment of the raised lists, enormous Arabic numerals and hands guarantees magnificent difference altogether conditions. The raised Longines logo is a decent touch. The sapphire gem includes a few layers of against intelligent covering on the two sides and is for all intents and purposes invisible.
Beating inside the Longines HydroConquest Full Black Ceramic is similar development as other renditions of this model, which means the programmed type L888, in view of the ETA A31-L01. Estimating 25.60mm in distance across and 3.85mm in tallness, this development is a revised rendition of the ETA-2892, eased back down to 25,200 vibrations each hour, taking into account an overhauled power hold, as long as 64 hours (rather than 50 hours). It shows focal hours, minutes and seconds, just as the date in a window at 3 o’clock.
The Longines HydroConquest Full Black Ceramic is gotten to the wrist by a finished elastic tie with a wellbeing collapsing clasp likewise made of ceramic. The lash is coordinated into the situation, guaranteeing a cozy fit. On the off chance that the watch is rather enormous on the wrist, it wears comfortably on account of its super light ceramic case. Cost is set at CHF 3,500. For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.longines.com .