Review: Longines – Equestrian Pocket Watches Horses Trio 1911

Not that you are going to wear this, of course, but the Equestrian Pocket Watches Horses Trio 1911 does make a very exciting purchase.

Inspired by a similar pocket watch from the namesake year, which now features in the Longines museum, this rose gold cased collectible is an almost faithful replica – the most obvious send-up being the trio of horse heads engraved on the cover and vintage-style numerals that appear as they do on the original. Elsewhere, the watch’s manual-winding movement inside has been exclusively created for Longines by ETA. Limited to 20 numbered pieces.

Price: S$49,290 (incld GST)


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