Conquest Heritage Central Power Reserve

The Conquest Heritage Central Power Reserve, an iconic Longines model revisited in a champagne dial and paired with an integrated black alligator leather strap, is presented in a 38mm diametar case and designed to mar the Conwuest collection's 70th anniversry.

The timepiece is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement, with the exclusive Longines calibre L896.5 with power reserve on rotating discs in the center of the dial.

Longines Legend Diver

Inspired by the original Longines model from 1959, the new Longines Legend Diver 39mm is instanty recognizable by its two crowns and internal rotating bezel. Driven by the exclusive Longines L888.6 calibre resistant to magnetic fields and equipped with a silicon balance-spring, this timepiece offers water-resistance up to 30 bar/300 meters, and a power reserve of 72 hours.

The entire watch is COSC chronometer-certified. The hours are marked by elongated indexes and raised luminescent Arabic numerals while the rhodium plated and polished arrow-hands are coated with Super LumiNova®, marking the time with optimum visibility in all circumstances.

The perfectly-angled screw-down case back showcases a diver stamp, symbol of the collection.

Longines Mini DolceVita

The Mini DolceVita is a masterpiece that exquisitely expresses, in equal parts, Longines’ quiet luxury and contemporary elegance. The models are bound to resonate with dynamic women drawn to breathtaking watches that perfectly complement any styling choice.

Longines Spirit Flyback

Historically, Longines has accompanied legendary pioneers as they conquer air, land and sea. Today, the winged hourglass brand has drawn inspiration from this heritage to create Longines Spirit, a collection with an impeccable pedigree.

Longines Pilot Majetek

Longines continues to keep a close and long-standing connection with the world of aviation. The brand has produced a large number of pilots' watches and chronographs, on-board equipment and other navigation instruments which aided the development of civil and military aviation during the first half of the 20th century. Today, Longines is bringing this exciting heritage back to life with watches from its "Heritage Avigation" range.



If you buy a Longines watch, you’re investing in a timepiece crafted by some of the best artisans in the world. All Longines watches are made in Switzerland, the epicentre of fine watchmaking for nearly four centuries.


Longines has recorded the serial number of every one of its watches since 1867. On request, the company can provide a Certificate of Authenticity and an “Extract from the Archives” giving information about any timepiece it has ever made.


Because Longines uses watch movements supplied by Swiss calibre-makers ETA (whose history dates back to 1856), its timepieces hit the sweet spot between the quality you expect from Switzerland, and a price you can afford.


In its ongoing quest for excellence and a desire to provide high-quality services to its customers, Longines has extended warranty for all of their automatic models to five years. The new 5-year warranty came into effect on August 1st 2021 and will be based on the end customer's purchase date detailed on the warranty certificate. It also applies to all Longines automatic models purchased after January 1st 2021.


Founded in 1832 by Auguste Agassiz, Longines gained an early reputation for quality and precision as official timekeeper for horse racing and show-jumping events. This association with the sporting world has grown over the years to encompass tennis, gymnastics, skiing, archery and other sports.

Longines’ combination of top-flight technical skills, design ingenuity and business acumen led it to flourish through the early 1900s, with its designs regularly winning prizes at the great World Fairs. In the 1920s, Longines engineers designed aeronautics and navigational instruments for the adventurers pushing new frontiers. 1931 saw the launch of the ultimate aviator’s tool, the Lindbergh Hour Angle watch, which is still produced to this day.

Decades of pioneering research into quartz led to a series of award-winning thin-calibre watches (forerunners of La Grande Classique, an enduringly popular collection) and the Very High Precision calibre used in the Conquest collection. With the renewed popularity of mechanical movements this century, Longines shifted its focus back to more traditional watches, bringing out a number of state-of-the-art chronographs. This brand features ladies’ watches prominently in its collections.


Spread the cost of your Longines purchase with our Interest FREE Credit available in-store and online (Click & Collect included). Designed to make those bigger purchases more affordable, the IFC finance is applicable to fully priced items of £500 and more and allows payment terms of up to 3 years!