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    Re: Longines

    I am currently smitten with their Admiral Chrono. I'd buy it if it weren't so thick!


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    I owned a Longines Hydroconquest for a little while and enjoyed it quite a lot. I couldn't get the bracelet sized just right for my wrists however and I wish the lug width was 22 instead of 21. The fit and finish is on pretty good and I've heard a lot of good things about the legend diver. The other pieces in the collection look nice.


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    Yeah, I have noticed they like to make their watches with odd lug widths, 19mm and 21mm. I'm glad the LLD has 22mm lugs, but I kind of wish they were drilled as I have already scratched them changing straps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezcheese View Post
    I really like my Legend Diver so far. I have had it less than a week, but it's a cool piece.


    I also like some of the more classic looking Longines and I think the Hydro Conquest is also pretty cool.
    That is a Legend Diver is a REALLY cool piece. I've been drawn to them since I saw one and I think that I might have to get one someday..... geez so many nice watches, so little money .
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    Well built, not overpriced (but not cheap), respectable, classic, quality timepieces. A fun little fact, it holds the oldest (July 19th, 1880) registered logo (winged clepsydra)for a watch company.

    My power reserve from the Master Collection-42mm, ss bracelet as well as a black alligator strap which was bought seperately:







    My last pic doesn't do the exhibition back justice, but you get the idea.
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    Re: Longines

    I have one which I really like. A Dolce Vita Chrono...







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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwidj View Post
    I have one which I really like. A Dolce Vita Chrono...
    I must note that your consistently primo sleeve/cuff/watch shots are ... well .... consistently primo.

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    Re: Longines

    I like em'......
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    I had a Dolce Vita that I really liked, I hope to get a Master Collection retrograde next. They make beautiful watches that don't break the bank(at once, I mean!).
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    Re: Longines

    Quote Originally Posted by mt_hangglider View Post
    That is a Legend Diver is a REALLY cool piece. I've been drawn to them since I saw one and I think that I might have to get one someday.....
    I'm having a lot of fun with my LLD.

    geez so many nice watches, so little money
    It's really tough for us WIS

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