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Longines HydroConquest

Post by koimaster » May 25th 2020, 7:01pm

IN-DEPTH: The Longines HydroConquest 41mm in Khaki Green, a value proposition like few others

Right now, the dive watch market is more saturated than a saturation diver’s wetsuit. If you want a fit-for-purpose timepiece made to withstand the pressures and perils of H20, you are most definitely spoilt for choice. Of course, it’s understandable why watches that aren’t going to completely capitulate when coming into contact with water are so popular – it’s a very desirable feature. But it can be daunting trying to separate the good from the bad and, more importantly, trying to understand the gulf between the inexpensive and the very expensive.



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Re: Longines HydroConquest

Post by TemerityB » May 26th 2020, 2:48pm

I really like both Longines and the HC line (an owner of one). As much as I like them, I'd be the first to admit this model is at least $500 overpriced.
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