Available in two variations – one in 2N 18k yellow gold and the other in 5N 18k rose gold – these watches cater to a slightly different market compared to their predecessors. While the Master models have long been recognized for their excellent value, the polished gold cases introduce an element of extravagance and exclusivity.
The dial of the new Longines Master Collection GMT models stands out with a frosted silver finish and applied Roman numerals in gold, matching the case alloy. While retaining a classic vibe, the dial introduces more dynamism compared to the typical baton or printed markers found in previous collections.
Operating at 3.5Hz, the movement boasts a substantial 72-hour power reserve and features an anti-magnetic silicon hairspring. Longines Master stands as one of the brand’s most iconic collections, offering a timeless and refined choice with movements that consistently deliver something extra. The new gold Longines Master Collection GMT goes upwards of RM80,000 with only 500 pieces available in the market.