Longines Weems at Baselworld 2007

If you are the one who craves for authenticity then here is your answer. It is the authenticity in craft and purpose that elevates Longines Weems watch to a special status in a time where these values have all but passed away. The new Longines Weems is going to unwrapped at the Baselworld 2007. Developed by Captain Philip van Horn 80 years ago, the “Weems System of Navigation” in its new avatar is encased in a 47.5mm stainless steel case that features double sapphire crystals. It is powered by a automatic Valgranges caliber A07.111 with 24 jewels, beating at 28,800 bph and with a power reserve of 46 hours.

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What’s special is that the mobile central dial allows the seconds hand to synchronize with a radio signal.