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There are a lot of watch companies that pay tribute to the past, but only a few of them have the history that Longines has and that handful of companies don't honor the past quite like they do. Their latest throwback takes them to 1967 with their new Heritage Diver. 

Based off an original piece that's stored away in the Longines museum, the watch features a striking, graduated bordeaux aluminum diving bezel that contrasts perfectly with the watch's black dial. The watch is powered by an automatic movement with a column wheel chronograph mechanism and has a power reserve of 54 hours. Sized at 42mm, the case is made from stainless steel and the bracelet is steel as well. 

$3100, find out more at

Via Hodinkee

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