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Robti

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Longines photos please

Post by Robti on Mon Apr 02 2018, 22:12

Hi does anyone have any Longines they would care to share ?


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Re: Longines photos please

Post by domecurb on Mon Apr 02 2018, 22:27

i know of at least one on here Wink Very Happy


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Re: Longines photos please

Post by SeikoJohn on Mon Apr 02 2018, 22:37

I can play this game as I own a Longines Very Happy Very Happy







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Re: Longines photos please

Post by daff62 on Thu Apr 05 2018, 22:23

I will have another go with this. This time I will just try posting the pictures without text in between.

1. 9ct model from the 1960s as I recall, calibre 23z.
2. 14ct Longines, from 1953, calibre 9LT
3. 9ct Longines Flagship, 1962, calibre 340.
4. 9ct model, from 1964, calibre 30L
5. 9ct Longines from 1969
6. Longines Split 5, L192.2
And lastly for now this Longines Electronic from circa 1974.










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Re: Longines photos please

Post by Robti on Fri Apr 06 2018, 15:55

Poor me I only have this
But hoping for more, but with 8” wrists I like to go big
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Re: Longines photos please

Post by Robti on Fri Apr 06 2018, 15:57

@daff62 wrote:I will have another go with this. This time I will just try posting the pictures without text in between.

1. 9ct model from the 1960s as I recall, calibre 23z.
2. 14ct Longines, from 1953, calibre 9LT
3. 9ct Longines Flagship, 1962, calibre 340.
4. 9ct model, from 1964, calibre 30L
5. 9ct Longines from 1969
6. Longines Split 5, L192.2
And lastly for now this Longines Electronic from circa 1974.











Can I ask what wrist size you are and I assume these are all around the 34-35mm size
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Re: Longines photos please

Post by daff62 on Fri Apr 06 2018, 17:27

@Robti wrote:
@daff62 wrote:I will have another go with this. This time I will just try posting the pictures without text in between.

1. 9ct model from the 1960s as I recall, calibre 23z.
2. 14ct Longines, from 1953, calibre 9LT
3. 9ct Longines Flagship, 1962, calibre 340.
4. 9ct model, from 1964, calibre 30L
5. 9ct Longines from 1969
6. Longines Split 5, L192.2
And lastly for now this Longines Electronic from circa 1974.











Can I ask what wrist size you are and I assume these are all around the 34-35mm size



Wrist size just under 7 Inches and you are pretty much spot on for the watch sizes. Very Happy

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