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Longines Admiral

The Longines Admiral continues to distinguish the classic essence of the Longines name, but also incorporates a modern and fresh spirit. The collection offers an exciting range of models, such as the Longines Admiral Chronograph that is equipped with a chronograph function or the Longines Admiral GMT that evidently incorporates a dual time zone function.

Longines Admiral

A classic yet modern timepiece

Longines has been convincing clients since 1832 with high-quality, precise, and elegant watches that remain popular to this day. The first Admiral timepiece was launched in the late 1950s – today, it is one of the most popular vintage created by the company thanks to its timeless design and exquisite longevity. The original Admiral Longines has been supplemented with many successor models throughout the years. The second-hand market currently delights with an extraordinary variety of Admiral models. The timepieces embody a classic design that is distinguished by high-grade materials including gold and leather. The timepieces also convince with a sporty stainless steel variation (Ref. 8581-1).

2007 marks the year that the youngest Admiral was presented. As part of the Longines Sport Collection, the timepiece represents an everyday instrument that can be adorned during countless occasions. A highlighting feature of the latest Admiral models is the red accents, which are incorporated in the chronograph subdials or the GMT hand. The Longines Admiral Chronograph (Ref. L3.667.4.06.7) or Longines Admiral GMT (Ref. L 3.668.4.56.0) incorporate a rugged, sporty, yet elegant touch to any wrist.

Andre Agassi, Stefanie Graf, and more

Longines Watches on prominent wrists

Longines timepiece have been inspiring watch enthusiasts worldwide since the 19th century. Among many individuals, the Swiss watches from Saint-Imier inspire influential personalities and prominent celebrities.

Longines holds several brand ambassadors, all of whom embody the philosophy of the sporty and elegant Longines brand. International sports stars including tennis aces Andre Agassi perfectly represents the successful determination that the Longines Company stands for. In addition, famous actress Chi Ling, Swiss artistic Gymnast Giulia Steingruber, and tennis legend Stefanie Graf act as influential Longines brand ambassadors. Furthermore, actors Kate Winslet and Simon Baker are proud to sport their Longines watches while they are out and about in public.


Tradition since 1832

Longines was founded in 1832 in Saint-Imier Switzerland. The company headquarter location has remained the same since the inception of the company. The brand name refers to the land on which the Longines factory was built. It was called "Les Longines", which translates to “the long meadows”.

Initially, Longines specialised is the production of pocket watches and later began to manufacture ladies pendant watches. Eventually, Longines began to produce reliable wristwatches that increasingly gained in popularity. Throughout the history of the brand, Longines has become engaged in both the measurement of sports activities and the precision of scientific expeditions. Among other things, Longines at one time worked closely with the aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh, who in 1927 crossed the Atlantic Ocean.