Part of the new watches introduced for the brand’s 185th anniversary, the Longines Record has a very classical design, with Roman numerals, blued steel hands, and a steel case. It is the first watch by Longines to have a chronometer COSC-certified movement, ETA A31.L11, with a silicon balance spring. The self-winding movement has 22 jewels, and provides a power reserve of 64 hours. It runs at 25,200 vibrations per hour, an unusual rate, 3.5 Hertz. It can be viewed through the sapphire caseback. The watch is available in a complete range of case sizes, 26mm, 30mm, 38.5mm and 40mm, all with a 3 atm water resistance. The bracelet is in stainless steel with a folding clasp. Price €2,040. Read more on the Longines website.