Longines’ new Spirit series recognizes legendary pilots such as Amelia Earhart, Paul-Emile Victor, Elinor Smith and Howard Hughes, combining the traditional features of pilot watches with modern design.
The oversized crown, flange, steps around the crystal, dial font, large and bright hands and hour markers are typical elements in early aviation watches.
The series includes two sizes (40 mm and 42 mm) of the three-hand/date fashion copy watches and a 42 mm chronograph.
The dial of the three-hand dial is available in matte black or matte silver, while the chronograph is recommended to use a sunny blue dial, each engraved with five application asterisks, to indicate that Longines regards it as a top-level watch in the following aspects: Quality and reliability.
The case has an exquisite finish, alternating satin-brushed and polished surfaces.
The new series is equipped with an automatic winding movement and a silicon balance spring to improve accuracy. The three-hand model is powered by the L888.4 movement of 3.5 Hz (25,200 vibrations per hour) and can run automatically for 64 hours, while the chronograph option is the column wheel movement L688.4 (basic ETA A08.L01). It beats at a speed of 28,800 vph (4 Hz) and has a power reserve of 60 hours. For chronographs, a threaded button at 10 o’clock is used to adjust the date, instead of a less practical corrector that usually does not require tools.
All movements have passed the chronometer certification of COSC (Swiss Official Time Switzerland).
Thanks to the screw-in crown and the case back engraved with 6 screws, the best copy watches is water-resistant to 100 meters/330 feet.
The new models of the Spirit Collection can be paired with dark brown, light brown or blue steel bracelets or belts.