Founded back in 1832, in the town of St. Imier, Swiss watch producer Longines looks back to its earlier models to inspire its latest addition to the Heritage collection. Staying true to its rich tradition and history, Longines replicates one of its pilot watches from the 1950s by giving it a modern spin with its chronograph function.

The Longines 24 Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph in silver and brown

Alongside the original 47.5mm diameter, this vintage-inspired piece houses its exclusive column-wheel chronograph calibre, an adaption of Longines' own single push-piece movement — the L789 self-winding, mechanical movement. To complement its 24-hour scale dial, available in either black or silver, the Longines 24 Hours Single Push-Piece Chronograph is fitted on a black or brown alligator strap. To reinforce the brand's commitment to its exquisite heritage, the watch's closed-back steel case features the Longines famous hourglass symbol, a logo in use since 1867. 

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