Everybody likes polls right? So here's another one.
Two watch brands shows off their new re-iteration of their vintage watches with Tissot Visodate and Longines Silver Arrow. Both are beautiful pieces no doubt but if you had to pick one, which one would you choose?
DOMED SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL
MOVEMENT CALIBER SWISS ETA 2836-2 AUTOMATIC
BATTERY LIFE 42 HOURS
Longines Silver Arrow
Case : Round, in stainless steel with “Hesalite” glass; screw-down case back.
Diameter: 38.50 mm. Water-resistant to 30 meters (~100 feet).
Movement : L619 self-winding mechanical movement beating at 28'800 vibrations per hour and providing 42 hours of power reserve.
Functions : Hours, minutes and seconds. Date at 3 o’clock
Dial : Silvered with 11 silvered applied indexes, silvered “Dauphine-shape” hands with Superluminova.
There is a big price difference in the two so that might be a big disadvantage for the Longines but Longines does have a quite a history in itself and they are trying to rebuild themselves up.