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Longines - Heritage 1973 Chronograph

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The Longines Heritage 1973 is based on a chronograph model produced by the brand in 1973. 
With a diameter of 40 mm, the cushion-shaped steel case with rounded push-pieces has retained the lines and mood of the original model. It houses the L688 calibre, a self winding column-wheel chronograph movement developed and produced by ETA exclusively for Longines which beats at 28'800 vibrations per hours and provides 54 hours of power reserve.
Black (ref. L2.791.4.52.0) or silvered (L2.791.4.72.0), the dial of the Longines Heritage 1973 features two counters at 3 and 9 o'clock: black on the silvered dial and silvered on the black dial. 
The applied hour symbols are decorated with a fine black line and a dot of Super-LumiNova. A blue tachometric scale surrounds the dial, adding a subtle touch of colour to the whole.
The back is fitted with a transparent sapphire glass cover showcasing the movement with its blue column-wheel. 

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