The Longines 1832 is now available in black, and unveils a new women’s model.

1832 marks a significant year for Swiss watchmaker Longines, as it is the year the brand saw its inception. It was an era when the measurement of time was beginning to garner more importance, as watches were still only manufactured for the home. This special year is highlighted by The Longines 1832 collection, a worthy ambassador of the brand’s watchmaking expertise and design codes. In honour of its heritage, Longines expands this line with two new models.

An updated version of the Longines 1832 features a pure, matte black dial to allow its movement to stand out even more.
The new women’s version of the Longines 1832 features for the first time, a beige mother-of-pearl dial with a complementing strap.

First up, The Longines 1832 gets a dark makeover, with pure matte black dials. This new finish is available on the three-hand/date version, and while enhancing the look of the annual calendar and the moon phase display on the L897 calibre and L899 calibre respectively. These new timepieces clearly and beautifully reveals the movement against the clear black, and are finished off with an elegant black leather strap to blend with the collection’s refined lines.

Longines also expands its 1832 collection with the addition of a women’s model, which features for the first time, a beige mother-of-pearl dial. It also sports diamond indexes to give the watch a more refined and delicate look. Completing the timepiece, the 30mm diameter case is mounted on an iridescent beige leather strap that complements the softness of the dial’s colours.

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