Longines launches the new Concas V.H.P. watch (high-precision watch), praising the 185th anniversary of excellence in watchmaking tradition and timekeeping. This also marks the resurgence of Longines in the 1980s: with professional watchmaking technology, it is a pioneer in the field of timekeeping. The new Comcast V.H.P. watch was officially released at the monumental Neuchâtel Observatory in Switzerland. In 1954, Longines launched the first atomic precision quartz clock here. The Longines Concas V.H.P. watch has achieved a major breakthrough in the field of quartz chronographs, combining extraordinary timekeeping accuracy, superb technical content and sporty appearance, achieving its elegant and unique temperament.
This is a chronograph with a case diameter of 42 mm.
This watch is equipped with an exclusive movement developed by ETA for Longines. This exclusive movement is known for its outstanding travel time accuracy, with an error of only ± 5 seconds per year. At the same time, it uses a GPD (Gear Position Detection) system that resets the hands after the watch is affected by a magnetic field. In addition to these attractive qualities, the movement is also equipped with extremely long battery life.