Longines HydroConquest Watch Review
Friday - 03 May 2013
The Longines HydroConquest is described by the brand as "a high performance timepiece that combines technical innovation and elegance." Each timepiece in the range has a screwed crown, a screw-down case back, and lateral crown protection to ensure water resistance of 300 metres. Additional features include an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, and hands coated with SuperLumiNova to improve visibility in all conditions.
The HydroConquest Automatic Chronograph is a column wheel chronograph with a 41 mm stainless steel case. It is available with a black or cream dial, a black or red bezel, and a choice of steel bracelet or black rubber strap. The watch is powered by calibre L688.2 automatic movement, and has a power reserve of 54 hours.
The HydroConquest Diver is available in two case sizes: 39 mm or 41 mm. It has a stainless steel case, and the dial is available in blue, cream or black, with a blue, black or red bezel. It comes with a steel bracelet or black rubber strap, and is powered by either quartz calibre L263.2 (39 mm case) or L115.2 (41 mm case) movement, or the automatic calibre L619.2.
The HydroConquest Quartz Chronograph has a blue, cream or black dial, with a bezel in blue, black or red. It has a 41 mm stainless steel case and is powered by quartz calibre L541.2 movement.