Postwar And Modern: Longines Heritage Classic Tuxedo Collection
Watch Time|September - October 2020
The two new 1940s-inspired pieces called the Heritage Classic Tuxedo Chronograph and the Heritage Classic Tuxedo Time only take their inspiration from the postwar period and the sector-dial designs that were popular at the time.

The new Tuxedo subseries of watches are the second and third sector-dial watches released by Longines in the past year, following up the Heritage Classic released in fall 2019. In the new Heritage Classic Tuxedo Chronograph, we find an attractive vintage reissue with modest proportions and, of course, the fascinating two-toned dial from which it takes its name. The chronograph uses what is likely a highly wearable polished steel case, sized at 40 mm, with curved lugs on its top and bottom, slightly rounded rectangular lugs, a signed crown on its side, and an uncommon stepped bezel securing the domed sapphire crystal and providing the case with a slightly thicker appearance.

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