Longines Dive Watches
A few weeks ago, we took a look at the Alpina Seastrong Diver Heritage watch, a vintage-inspired “super compressor” diving watch that has, accompanying with a few other pieces in the brand’s growing collection, continued to garner Alpina a large amount of attention from media and consumers alike.
As a lot of my fellow watch aficionados, I am constantly scouring the deepest depths of the interwebs hunting for the next rare find. I do this for a variety of reasons, from researching an article to looking to make a purchase— but, most of all, I do it to test my knowledge on watches; to be able to quickly identify counterfeits, re-dials, and “Frankenwatches”.
As a woman,are you always confused about which mechanical dive watch is suitable for you?As a result,I afford 4 this watch to you.
Longines Hydroconquest: With a diameter of 29.5 mm, the smallest version of the Hydroconquest range (and the smallest on this list, as well) is water-resistant to 300 meters and powered by an ETA 2000/1 (L.595).