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Longines Sport collection – where understated elegance meets world-class performance. When it was first introduced in 2007, the collection consisted of four families: the Conquest, the HydroConquest, Grand Vitesse and Admiral.

The Conquest and HydroConquest remain today, both designed to provide the most demanding athletes with the accuracy they need in a sharp-looking watch that’s equally at home in a dressier environment or with jeans and a T-shirt.

Sport
  1. Longines HydroConquest Stainless Steel Men's Watch
    Longines HydroConquest Stainless Steel Men's Watch
    €1,420.00

    Or pay €45.81/month with Flexi-Fi

  2. Longines Conquest VHP Stainless Steel 43mm Mens Watch
    Longines Conquest VHP Stainless Steel 43mm Mens Watch
    €1,230.00

    Or pay €40.30/month with Flexi-Fi

  3. Longines Conquest Blue Dial Stainless Steel 30mm Ladies Watch
    Longines Conquest Blue Dial Stainless Steel 30mm Ladies Watch
    €1,040.00

    Or pay €34.78/month with Flexi-Fi

  4. Longines Sport HydroConquest Blue Dial Stainless Steel Bracelet
    Longines Sport HydroConquest Blue Dial Stainless Steel Bracelet
    €890.00

    Or pay €80.91/month with Flexi-Fi

  5. Longines Conquest V.H.P. Chronograph Bracelet Watch
    Longines Conquest V.H.P. Chronograph Bracelet Watch
    €1,460.00

    Or pay €46.97/month with Flexi-Fi

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General features

A fun feature of the Conquest is its Gear Disposition System: for a great party trick, pull the crown out and wait for a minute until the hands all snap to 12 o’clock. Push the crown back in, and they spin back to the exact time, without losing a second.

The HydroConquest comes with an extension enabling divers to easily change strap sizes over a wetsuit, plus a double fold-over clasp with safety so it doesn’t accidentally unfasten underwater (or anywhere else for that matter).

There’s a handy EOL (end-of-life) indicator on the Conquest VHP, which signals if the battery is about to die. When the power runs down, the seconds hand gives you fair warning by jumping in five-second rather than one-second increments.