A bevy of new Longines evidenza variants for you.
First up is the ‘Power Reserve’. This manual-winder features a power-reserve indicator to display the residual energy stored in the mainspring.
The power-reserve design joining the Longines evidenza collection features the 11 1/2-line, 21-jewel L602 caliber selfwinding mechanical movement beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour and providing a power reserve of 42 hours.
It shows the hours, minutes and seconds along with the date, with both its date calendar and the power-reserve indicator positioned at 6 o’clock on the dial.
Next we have the Twin-Aperture Date Calendar. This model displays the date in two rather than a single aperture, improving legibility.
The stainless steel case of the Longines evidenza collection’s double-aperture calendar watch houses an 11 1/2-line, 30-jewel L599 selfwinding mechanical movement beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour and providing a 42-hour power reserve.
Along with the hours, minutes and seconds, its dial very legibly displays the date in a pair of apertures positioned just under 12 o’clock.
Finally, there’s the ‘evidenza Mini’.
Reflecting what Longines believe to be a shift to more petite wristwatches (agree?), a 19.60 x 23.30 mm mini size has now joined the Longines evidenza collection.
Inside its stainless steel case beats a quartz movement.
One design is set with 44 diamonds, no less, endowing a dainty wrist with its dazzling personality.
All come with a choice of silvered or black dials, with painted back Roman numerals on the former and white ones on the latter plus either a brown genuine leather strap.
All Longines evidenza complication designs feature a stainless steel case framing a black or silvered dial inscribed respectively with 12 silver painted Roman numerals and silvered steel hands or 12 blue painted Roman numerals and blued steel hands. All of them can be fitted with either a stainless steel bracelet or a dark brown genuine leather strap.