Making an appearance at Baselworld 2018, the Longines Conquest VHP Chronograph is sporty, elegant and most importantly precise. The new chronograph is the latest implementation of their precision quartz technology VHP which stands for Very High Precision, whose forerunner was developed in 1984.
The Conquest VHP comes in either a 42mm or 44mm stainless steel case, with or without black PVD coating. The dial comes in your choice of blue, carbon fiber, silvered or black with Super-LumiNova bar indexes and Arabic numerals with Black hands.
The New Conquest V.H.P. calibre L289.2 (ETA E57.211) achieves an accuracy rating of +/- 5 seconds per year, developed by ETA for Longines. A GPD system (Gear Position Detection) resets the watch’s hands after any impact or magnetic exposure that is in part responsible for the accuracy.
Available with Black or blue rubberized strap or stainless steel or black PVD bracelet. Both rubber and bracelet have elegant triple safety folding clasps with push-piece opening mechanisms.
The Conquest V.H.P. is a precision quartz chronograph, water resistant to 50 meters. Sapphire crystal with multi-layered anti-reflective coating. Water-resistant to 5 bar (50 m/165ft)
Longines has been based at Saint-Imier in Switzerland since 1832. Its watchmaking expertise reflects a strong devotion to tradition, elegance and performance. Longines has generations of experience as official timekeeper of world championships and as partner of international sports federation.
Longines Conquest V.H.P