Fake Longines Record Watches – Brand’s First COSC-Certified Collection 

We have to make it clear that watch Releases a brand’s 185th anniversary is not just a piece of improvement. At Baselworld 2017, Longines marked this occasion by announcing a new collection of simple, Calatrava-styled timepieces known as the replica Longines Record watches. Aside from offering buyers a choice from four sizes and an assortment of dial options, these watches incorporate a few technical touches to assist with accurate timekeeping. Of considerable note here is the fact that this is the first collection of watches from Longines that have been entirely COSC chronometer-certified.
Before we talk about the movement, however, it would be crucial important to appreciate the variety offered in the lineup. To attract a broad market segment, Longines is offering the Longines Record watches in case sizes of 26mm, 30mm, 38.5mm, and 40mm. Other options such as diamond-set cases on two of the women’s sizes, leather strap or steel strap options, and a variety of dial selections like mother-of-pearl, blue sunray, matte white, black lacquer, and more. All of the replica watches provide 30m of water proof and feature blued steel or rhodium-plated hands depending on the dial option along with an AR-coated sapphire crystal as well as an exhibition case back.fake watch
As a Swatch Group brand, the Longines Record watches feature exclusively produced ETA-based movements that have been tuned for COSC-certification. Their simple, time-only displays are driven by the caliber L592.4 in the women’s models and the caliber L888.4 in the men’s models. Though simple in their nature, Longines has also incorporated the use of a crystal-silicon balance spring-a feature that moves these beyond your typical ETA movements. While this isn’t a new development, it’s worth nothing that the use of silicon in this capacity helps in the areas of resistance to temperature, shock, and magnetic fields.
Here’s a simple rundown of COSC-certification guidelines if you’re not immediately familiar. After considerable testing, watches must adhere to timekeeping parameters of -4 to +6 seconds of variation per day in a range of positions. While the Longines Record watches prove to be a fine choice for this endeavor, I suppose it will be exciting to see where and how Longines will utilize these new COSC-certified movements in future releases as well. What’s more, the L592.4 and L888.4 movements deliver 40 and 64 hours of power reserve, respectively, and support a simple date indicator at 3 o’clock for convenience in daily wear.
The replica Longines Record replica watches are clear symbol of the brand’s commitment, not just to movement quality, but growth. The fact that there are so many available options is also a big plus and will only help to support more of a universal appeal for a wide range of prospective buyers. As I mentioned previously, I’m hopeful that Longines will continue to expand upon this and incorporate the movements into future models and maybe even some of my existing favorites like the Longines Heritage Military COSD watch.