With the Heritage line developing, Longines has been using its own design history to produce some super cool watches, including the legendary diver, Avigation (reviewed here), as well as heritage divers in 1967 (hands-on here). Add the new Longines Heritage military COSD the collection, Longines designed a watch in reference to the United Kingdom Special Forces model used in the 1940s. Areas with a clean aesthetic watches, access size, as well as the choice of NATO strap, Longines Heritage military COSD play to its siblings set up the same appeal.
Longines has revisited the military wing of its Heritage collection to re-introduce the Longines Heritage Military COSD, a military watch based on a piece of equipment supplied to the British Special Forces during the 1940s. Each item of this equipment was marked with the initials COSD and intended for the sole use of the Combined Operations Command created by the British War Office during the Second World War. These timepieces were much appreciated by the paratroopers.
Longines has added a completely new dive watch towards the Heritage collection, and this time around around, it’s a chronograph. The completely new Longines Heritage Diver 1967 is a good-searching vintage-inspired piece that, as they are very popular nowadays, draws inspiration in the past Longines model. With classic appearance, strong proportions plus an enthusiast-approved movement, the Longines Heritage Diver 1967 handles to standout inside the crowd at Baselworld 2015.