Introduced in 2006, this timepiece is a self-winding version of famous Lindbergh Hour Angle watch in its original size. After his 1927 solo flight from New York to Paris in 33 hours, 30 minutes, which was timed by Longines, Charles Lindbergh sketched an hour angle watch that was subsequently produced by Longines.
This stainless steel version boasts original diameter of 47.50 mm and equipped with a state-of-the-art automatic movement.
Mechanical automatic movement, L699 calibre (ETA A07 111)16½ lines, 24 jewels, 28’800 v/h
42-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes and seconds
Indication of the longitude (degrees and minutes of arc), seconds synchronised with a radio-transmitted time signal
Rotating bezel used to correct the equation of time
Round, in polished stainless steel
Back with engraved cover protecting a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
12 painted black Roman numerals
Degrees indicated with painted blue Arabic numerals
Silvered mobile dial centre to synchronise the seconds, painted black minute track, painted red and black Arabic numerals
Breguet’ type blued steel hands
Brown leather, Charleston’ buckle and extension piece