Would more complexity have made it just another retro chrono? As it is, is it individual enough to have a clear identity? [nt]

Jan 14, 2020,16:15 PM

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A picture of the Longines Heritage Classic Chronograph 1946

 By: foversta : January 14th, 2020-14:23
Another reissue from Longines. The outcome is a very pure chronograph but its lacks character imho. Fx ...  

working horse

 By: Weems@8 : January 14th, 2020-14:31
Nice reissue. Longines are working horses. And time have no grip on them. Timeless watches from Saint Imier.

+1 [nt]

 By: Gelato Monster : January 14th, 2020-16:51

It just falls short somehow...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : January 14th, 2020-14:45
What a missed opportunity.

I love it!

 By: Emile : January 14th, 2020-16:30
I agree that it appears a bit understated and maybe a bit bland but to me that's what makes it special. The dimensions are perfect.

+1 [nt]

 By: =RWK= : January 14th, 2020-18:18
I like it very much!

+1 [nt]

 By: Reuven Malter : January 14th, 2020-20:57

Given the price

 By: Jurry : January 15th, 2020-00:04
Given the price level of this watch, it might indeed be a bit flat but I belief they’ve done a great job. I don’t know of many watches in that price bracket that provide such a proper remake and longings has just done a good job here