The Japanese manufacturer of watches has a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality products.
But that’s not the case with its newest product, the Longines Watch.
The Longines brand has been steadily building a market for premium, hand-crafted watches, which are typically priced at $400 to $500 each, and the new Longines Watches are among the highest-end models in the world.
It’s the first time that Longines hasn’t been selling the Longine Watch in the U.S., which makes sense because Longines is based in the UK.
The company also announced it will be launching a $1,000-plus watch in the US in March, which will come in a gold or platinum case.
“We’re excited to be able to provide a new and unique and affordable watch to the U of A,” said Chris Taylor, president and chief executive officer of Longines.
“We’re working closely with the UofA and the University of Kentucky to build a product that reflects our heritage and our vision for the future of the industry.”
Longines was founded in 1931 by two British men, Henry Long, who came to the United States from France, and his son Henry Jr., who came from Scotland.
Since then, the company has grown from just a small collection of watches to a full-fledged company with over $200 million in annual sales.
The Longines watch is the latest in a long line of high-end watches that Longs engineers have built from scratch.
The first of its watches was the L-1, which was introduced in 1981 and sold for $50.
The original L-series watches from Longines include the L1A, L1B, L2A, and L2B models.
The most recent addition to the line was the PX-3, which launched in 2008.
The PX3 features an advanced quartz movement that can handle up to 600,000 vibrations per second.