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Longines Spirit Zulu Time

Adding To Its Spirit Collection, Longines Debuts The Spirit Zulu Time

A functional travel watch with deep aviation history.

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$ 2,950+

Swiss luxury watchmaker Longines designed the first dual-time zone wristwatch in 1925. Now, the company has unveiled the Longines Spirit Zulu Time. The watch’s origins and its name come from the first Longines dual-time zone wristwatch manufactured in 1925, which featured the Zulu flag on its dial – Zulu referring to the letter “Z” which designates universal time for aviators and members of the armed forces. The Longines Spirit Zulu Time is an example of the brand’s commitment to precision timepieces, featuring an in-house caliber, a silicon balance-spring for guaranteed accuracy, and an hour hand that adjusts independently of the GMT indicator. It also has a 42mm steel case with sapphire domed glass and an anti-reflective coating on both sides.

Other notable features included in this custom timepiece are its screw-down crown and centered date display. The bidirectional rotating bezel displays time zones with a 24-hour hand, and the 12-hour hand is also set to adjust independently of the GMT indicator. Plus, a 24-hour bezel enables additional GMT functionality on the triple time-zone display. The Longines Spirit Zulu Time boasts the iconic signature winged logo on a sleek modern display and a colored ceramic insert on the bezel. Longines offers its new classic timepiece in shiny, polished, matte, embossed, and relief finishes. It comes with an interchangeable strap, including one leather strap in blue, beige, or brown—and one in stainless steel.

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Longines Spirit Zulu Time

buy-now
$ 2,950+
  • Case Material: Stainless steel and ceramic bezel
  • Case Diameter: 42mm
  • Movement: Caliber L844 Automatic
  • Water Resistance: 100 meters