Longines has given its Weems Second-Setting Watch a new brilliance by dressing it in pink gold. A tribute to the American captain Philip van Horn Weems, who invented a wristwatch that could complement the plane’s on-board chronometers with a mechanism for synchronising watches to the closest second by using a radio time signal without moving the hands.

Automatic, L699 / ETA A07 111 calibre, 24 rubies, 28,800 vib/h, 46-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes and seconds
Mobile central dial for synchronising the second with the radio time signal
Polished 18K pink gold, 47.50 mm
Sapphire crystal
Back with engraved, individually-numbered cover opening onto a sapphire crystal
Lacquered white
Silvered opaline mobile central dial
Blued steel hands
Brown alligator with Charleston buckle and an extension piece

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