Longines La Grande Classique de L4.518.104.22.168Regular price Rs. 100,000.00
Designed in the classic slim profile, the L4.522.214.171.124 model is the ultimate example of unsurpassed feminine charm and appeal in a timepiece. It is a two-toned timepiece in gold-plated and stainless steel finish. Furthering its cause of unmatched feminine appeal and elegance is the round-shaped case that measures 29mm in diameter. The munificent case of this timekeeper houses a white dial with hour and minute hands in black stick design and points to hour-markers in Roman numerals.
Attached to the side of the case is a durable push/pull crown, to render winding of hands an easy affair. The bracelet, in a dual tone, is a sturdy construction that offers both fashion and form. For protection, the timekeeper sports lenses made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Holding the strap together with the case are golden lugs, while a fixed bezel construct surrounds the dial adding greater durability.
This model has been crafted to endure light liquid spills and unwanted water splashes and can remain functional to a depth of about 30m. While the gold-plated fixed bezel lends the piece with added durability, its quartz movement ensures accurate timekeeping.
La Grande Classique
Water Resistance (M)
Country of Origin
Steel & Rose Gold PVD
Steel & Rose Gold PVD
Silver & Rose Gold
Founded in 1832 at Saint-Imier in Switzerland, the Compagnie des Montres Longines Francillon S.A. is the oldest trademark still in use in its original form registered with the World Intellectual Property Organization. Over the years, Longines has played a pioneering role in many timekeeping technological breakthroughs, with a particularly strong presence in the field of sports, while constantly exhibiting its characteristic elegance across the globe.
Longines developed its first chronograph in 1878. It was quickly adopted by horse enthusiasts. In 1912, Longines helped shape the history of the sporting world by introducing the first timing mechanism automatically triggered by an electric wire. Since then, the brand has been designated as the official partner and timekeeper of international federations and prestigious sporting events throughout the world. Longines has also marked the history of aviation by timing, among other feats, the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic by Charles Lindbergh.
Today, the brand remains at the cutting edge of innovation and seeks to ensure that all its watches offer a unique combination of Tradition, Elegance, and Performance. A prominent player in the fields of equestrian sports, artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, alpine skiing, archery and the Commonwealth Games, Longines continues to support the landmark events of contemporary sporting history. The brand with the winged hourglass logo is today present in over 150 different countries.
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What does 'automatic movement' mean?
- Our automatic watch has a high quality automatic movement mechanism. This means that the watch runs on kinetic energy of the wrist. This doesn’t only look marvelous, but it also means that you will never have to replace the battery!
How do I wind my automatic Watch?
- To wind your automatic watch your only have to turn the crown back and forth 30 rounds with the crown in its original position. This will give the automatic movement enough energy to start working. Once you wear the watch the automatic movement will gain more kinetic energy and will store some of that kinetic energy in the special built in power reserve.
How often do I need to wind my automatic watch?
- Normally you only have to wind it up once before first usage. If worn for at least 10 hours a day the watch will have enough kinetic energy to keep running. If for you have not worn the watch for a longer period of time and the automatic movement has used up its entire power reserve you will have to wind the automatic movement again before use.
How long does the automatic watch power reserve last?
- If the watch is fully wind up and worn properly for at least a week the full power reserve will easily last the entire night. In our ideal test results the full power reserve could even last from its original 12 hours up to a maximum of 36 hours without any movement. This is after a week "break-in" period of wearing the watch daily.