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Longines HydroConquest XXII Commonwealth Games Ref. L3.781.4.59.6


New Longines 41mm HydroConquest XXII Commonwealth Games, Black Dial, Stainless Steel Bracelet, Ref. L3.781.4.59.6

As the Official Partner and Timekeeper of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Longines presents the HydroConquest XXII Commonwealth Games. This exclusive edition, limited to 2,022 pieces, celebrates one of the world’s greatest sporting events, which sees athletes from over 70 Commonwealth nations and territories compete against each other. The watches in this line are distinguished by their daring design, taking up the codes of diving and aimed at demanding athletes. Water-resistance to 300m, a uni-directional rotating bezel, a screw down crown and case back, and a double security folding clasp with an integrated diving extension piece are all features that emphasis the style of these timepieces. Limited to 2,022 pieces, the HydroConquest XXII Commonwealth Games watch proudly displays the vivid colors of the event logo on its black ceramic bezel, as well as on the minute track of its black sunray dial. Its 41mm steel case contains an exclusive self winding movement with a silicon balance spring to ensure high precision and a longer life span. These characteristics further enhance high level performance and allow Longines to provide this watch with a 5 year warranty. To accentuate the uniqueness of this model, the case back is engraved with the Birmingham 2022 logo and “Limited Edition 1 out of 2,022”. A stainless steel bracelet completes this timepiece with sporty and modern lines.

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Additional information

Band Material

Stainless Steel

Band Type



Rotating, Uni-Directional, Ceramic

Box and Papers

Box and Papers





Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size







Screw Down

Crystal Material


Dial Color





40mm – 42mm


Factory Warranty

Item ID0005423
Model #L3.781.4.59.6
Model NameHydroConquest
Serial Number5381XXXX


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