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Longines - Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph

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The latest addition to the Heritage collection of Longines is the Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph. This single push-piece chronograph is a re-issue of an earlier pilot's watch dating from the 1950s and displays the time on a 24-hour scale.
The massive 47.50 mm diameter of the original model has been reproduced, as well as the dial with its 24-hour scale, available in black or silver. The single push-piece is integrated into the crown.
The round steel case has a closed back, decorated with Longines' hourglass symbol, in use since 1889 and the oldest logo still in active use in its original form in the international registers of the World Intellectual Property Organisation. Each watch is individually numbered.

While the original pilot's watch was fitted with a calibre originally intended for a pocket watch and later adapted for use in a wrist-watch, the new Longines Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph houses the new column-wheel chronograph calibre L789, based on the ETA A08.L21, produced exclusively for Longines.
This self-winding movement features a chronograph function, displays the time on a 24-hour scale, and has a small seconds at 18 o'clock with a date aperture at 12 o'clock, at the bottom of the dial in this case.
The alligator strap can be brown or black depending on the colour of the dial.

The retail price of the Longines Twenty-Four Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph (ref. L2.797.4.73.0 with silver dial or ref. L2.797.4.53.0 with black dial) is US$ 4,800.

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