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Fbg de l’Hôpital 78
2000 Neuchâtel

Gentle Italian tune, new Longines DolceVita, with rectangular steel case (28.20 x 47 mm), silver, sectorized dial with painted Arabic numerals and indexes and blued steel hands, mechanical self-winding movement calibre L592, black or brown leather strap.

Longines adds new reinterpretations to its DolceVita collection A new sectorized dial typical of the Art Deco period and new interchangeable straps enhance the Longines DolceVita collection. Inspired by a model from the 1920s and characterized by a rectangular case, this line offers an extensive range of men’s and women’s timepieces in an ode to the Italian “dolce vita”.

Since it was created in 1997, Longines DolceVita has been an ode to the sweet Italian way of life. Smooth and sunny, warm and glamorous. Like a daydream on the terrace of a village square, a stroll through the narrow streets of Rome, or blissful relaxation by the sea. Inspired by a model from the 1920s and characterized by a rectangular case, the Longines DolceVita line has been extended through the years without ever losing its identity or the popularity that it has enjoyed since its launch in 1997.

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This year, the collection takes on a new sectorized dial characteristic of the Art Deco style. Asserting a subtle balance of silver tones, it is distinctive for its hour circle adorned with Arabic numerals and long, fine hands, as well as cross hairs at the center of the dial. This dial, characterized by its simplicity, completes the men’s models of this line. Longines is also extending its selection of interchangeable straps by offering new leather variations in white, blue and golden hues. These accessories make it possible for each customer to personalize their watch according to their desires, and are available in two sizes, S and M. Longines continually develops its DolceVita range of variations, like so many different ways of living and expressing la dolce vita.

Price: USD 1,600



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