Introducing the Longines Spirit Titanium No-Date

The Longines Spirit was introduced in 2020, as an homage to the brand's legacy in airborne timekeeping. The Longines Spirit blends classic pilot's watch cues such as bold oversized numerals with modern tech, finishing and proportions. The result? A watch that is both timeless as well as up-to-date.

At introduction the Longines Spirit was offered with either a black, blue or silver dial. A green option was added to the line-up in May of 2021. Longines now further expands the collection with the introduction of a titanium case and 'No-Date' anthracite dial!

The titanium case greatly reduces the weight of the Longines Spirit on the wrist. The grey, high-tech hues of the material are offset by the warm tone of the hands and numerals. The watch is mostly brushed, with polished facets providing just the right amount of contrast.

The new Longines Spirit Titanium No-Date is available in with a case of 40 or 42mm. Both sizes come with either a titanium bracelet or a black fabric NATO-style strap .

The Longines Spirit Titanium No-Date is available for pre-order in our eBoutique.

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Technical Details Longines Spirit Titanium No-Date

  • CALIBRE: Mechanical self-winding movement, COSC certified Calibre L888.4 (A31.L11), 11 1⁄2 lines, 21 jewels, 25'200 vibrations per hours With silicon balance-spring, Power reserve of approximately 72 hours
  • FUNCTIONS: Hours, minutes, seconds.
  • CASES: 40 mm or 42 mm, 12,20mm thickness. Round, titanium. Sapphire domed glass with multi-layered anti-reflective coating on both sides. Screw in crown. Case back with 6 screws
  • DIAL: Anthracite sandblasted dial, satin-finish black flange, applied Arabic numerals, Super-LumiNova®
  • HANDS: Golden, Super-LumiNova®
  • WATER-RESISTANCE: To 10 bar (100 meters)
    • Titanium bracelet with triple safety folding clasp and push-piece opening mechanism, with interchangeable system
    • Anthracite woven nylon strap, titanium buckle, with interchangeable system