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    Longines Hydro Conquest

    I'm thinking about getting one on these. Anyone here have one or seen one in person that can tell me about their experience? Any real pics will be appreciated
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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    THEse are very nice watches, i'll love to se some pics 2.
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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    Are they out already? I remember reading out their new "sport" line including their divers, but I didn't know they were out already. Any more info on them?
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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    I own one, i have the Black face and black bezel, i have had it a week and so far it keeps perfect tyme, fit and finish is awesome. I love this watch and it wears really nice there are two different sizes a 39 mm and a 41 mm i own the 41 mm automatic and they have the same for Quartz.









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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

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    Nice one!



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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    I think those are a very nice twist on the Sub look... unique enough to not be confused, yet keeping the look that I love. I actually think these are very nice for the pricepoint in a desk diver that looks great with a suit.

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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    I like it! Sub styling and versatility, but bigger, and otherwise different enough to be an individual. May have to pick one up...
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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    Whats the price on these? They look pretty sharp.

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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    Thanks Mike for the pics The best price I've seen is $750 which IMHO a good price for this watch.

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    Re: Longines Hydro Conquest

    Your welcome, sorry for the crappy pic's but i hurried to get some shots for ya and i wanted to take them anyways. I agree this tymepiece for the price is a NO brainer. I payed 8 from my ad, and yes my name is on the list for a call when the Legend diver comes in.

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    Thanks Mike for the pics The best price I've seen is $750 which IMHO a good price for this watch.

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