Explore the Longines collections

Longines: Elegance, tradition and performance. Fields have an extensive selection of both Ladies and Men’s Longines watches from various collections of luxury timepieces.

  • Longines Spirit Collection

    Spirit

  • Longines Conquest Collection

    Conquest

  • Longines Dolce Vita Collection

    Dolce Vita

  • Longines Hydro Conquest Collection

    HydroConquest

  • Longines La Grande Classique Collection

    La Grande Classique

  • Longines Master Collection

    Master Collection

  • Longines Record Collection

    Record Collection

Longines : Elegance, tradition and performance

Longines has been based at Saint-Imier in Switzerland since 1832. Its watchmaking expertise reflects a strong devotion to tradition, elegance and performance. With many years of experience as a timekeeper for world championships in sport or as a partner of international sports federations, Longines – famous for the elegance of its timepieces – is a member of the Swatch Group Ltd, the world’s leading manufacturer of horological products.

Longines Luxury Mens Watches
Longines Luxury Womens Watches

Longines Spirit

The Longines Spirit collection is designed in the same manner as the timepieces of the famous pioneers as they conquered the air, land and sea relying on their Longines time instruments. Legendary aviators and explorers like Amelia Earhart, Paul-Emile Victor, Elinor Smith and Howard Hughes put their trust in the winged hourglass brand on their incredible journeys. Today, Longines presents new timepieces that are a testimony to their pioneering spirit.

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WHY LONGINES?

  • Watchmaking Masters

    If you buy a Longines watch, you’re investing in a timepiece crafted by some of the best artisans in the world. All Longines watches are made in Switzerland, the epicentre of fine watchmaking for nearly four centuries.

  • Certificate of Authenticity

    Longines has recorded the serial number of every one of its watches since 1867. On request, the company can provide a Certificate of Authenticity and an “Extract from the Archives” giving information about any timepiece it has ever made.

  • Price & Quality

    Because Longines uses watch movements supplied by Swiss calibre-makers ETA (whose history dates back to 1856), its timepieces hit the sweet spot between the quality you expect from Switzerland, and a price you can afford.

History of Longines watches

Founded in 1832 by Auguste Agassiz, Longines gained an early reputation for quality and precision as official timekeeper for horse racing and show-jumping events. This association with the sporting world has grown over the years to encompass tennis, gymnastics, skiing, archery and other sports.

Longines’ combination of top-flight technical skills, design ingenuity and business acumen led it to flourish through the early 1900s, with its designs regularly winning prizes at the great World Fairs. In the 1920s, Longines engineers designed aeronautics and navigational instruments for the adventurers pushing new frontiers. 1931 saw the launch of the ultimate aviator’s tool, the Lindbergh Hour Angle watch, which is still produced to this day.

Decades of pioneering research into quartz led to a series of award-winning thin-calibre watches (forerunners of La Grande Classique, an enduringly popular collection) and the Very High Precision calibre used in the Conquest collection. With the renewed popularity of mechanical movements this century, Longines shifted its focus back to more traditional watches, bringing out a number of state-of-the-art chronographs. This brand features ladies’ watches prominently in its collections.

How to care for a watch
AfterCare

Be careful not to bang the crystal against anything hard, and avoid magnets as these damage the movement.
Keep your watch away from chemicals, including perfume.
If your watch isn’t water-resistant, it’s best to avoid even small splashes – especially if it has a leather strap.
Clean it every few months, wiping the case and bezel with a damp cloth and liquid soap, and brushing with a soft brush to loosen any dirt. Make sure to get your watch serviced every two to three years to catch any issues early.