Introducing The Longines Heritage Central Power Reserve Watches

Bridging the eras with a reimagined legend.


In 1954, the Conquest became Longines’ first trademarked line. Five years later, the collection embraced audacious innovation with a model featuring a revolutionary central power reserve display. Two rotating discs, nestled in the heart of the dial, showcasing a mesmerizing ballet of power depletion. This new model isn’t simply a re-issue, but rather a resurrection; and it resurrects the 1959 classic with a power reserve indicator displayed uniquely in rotating discs at the dial’s center. Longines’ decision to resurrect this vintage gem showcases that, indeed, you can’t keep a good watch down. 

The refined 38mm case, crafted in alternating satin-finished and polished stainless steel, sits comfortably on the wrist with a well-balanced height. Its sleek lines and gently curving lugs exude a timeless elegance, while the box sapphire crystal, with its anti-reflective coating, offers a clear window into the mesmerizing dial.

The dial of the Conquest Heritage Central Power Reserve is available in champagne, anthracite, or black. The three-part dial is adorned with applied facetted hour markers in yellow gold, rose gold, or silver colors.

The intricate circular thread, characteristic of the Conquest collection, delicately separates the minute track. The use of Fumé and Sunray finishing techniques adds depth and texture, creating a visual spectacle.

Powering the watch is the meticulously crafted Caliber L896.5, vibrating at 25,200 vph and offering 72 hours power reserve. Completing the ensemble, the Conquest Heritage Central Power Reserve comes adorned with a black or gray alligator leather strap, priced at USD 3,800.