Swiss watchmaker Longines reissued another great classic from their archive, the Heritage Diver. Produced in the 1970s, the cushion-shaped steel case measures 43mm, the same diameter as the original model and it’s available in two versions – one with three hands and the other a chronograph.The first one the ‘Diver Chronograph’ is powered by a Swiss automatic Longines caliber L651.3 (base ETA 2894-2) with 37 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 42 hours. It comes on a black synthetic strap with diving buckle or a rubber strap with steel folding clasp.
The second one ‘Diver Automatic’ is powered by Swiss automatic Longines caliber L633.5 (base ETA 2824-2) with 25 jewels, 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 38 hours. The novelty is completed by a black synthetic strap with diving buckle or a rubber strap with steel folding clasp. Both timepices comes with a caseback engraved with the figure of a diver, recalling the first diving watches produced by Longines.
[ Source: Longines ]