Arriving in a 41mm case size, the watch itself is housed in stainless steel featuring alternating satin and polished finishings. Equipped with a new unidirectional ceramic bezel with a luminous capsule. Offered in green, brown, blue, and black, the watch is also available with a steel bracelet, woven and rubber straps. Every colorway features a sunray dial, adorned with polished and lume-filled hour markers and handset.
Beating inside, the timepiece runs on Longine’s. L844.5 caliber that’s equipped with a 72-hour power reserve. It’s also geared with 300 meters of water resistance, as well being resistance to magnetic fields.
Prices go from $2,675 – $2,775 USD, head over to Longine’s official website to enquire about the HydroConquest GMT’s availability.
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