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FS: LONGINES HERITAGE CONQUEST L1.611.4 WATCH

FS: LONGINES HERITAGE CONQUEST L1.611.4 WATCH

Previously buyer flaked so it's back up for sale. In the meantime I've had my watchmaker inspect the watch and fix up the lume flake issue.

Up for sale is this used Longines Heritage Conquest watch. This watch was released as an homage to a vintage model Longines had in the 50's/60's. The details are accurate, down to the font and the blue enamel on the caseback.

Case: 35mm stainless steel case. Case is unpolished, lugs are super sharp. There are scratches commensurate with use, more prominent on the top of the lugs. There is a tiny ding near the 9'oclock marker (see pics). Some minor scratches on the caseback.
Dial: Original silver dial. Hands and indexes have super-luminova. Lume is super strong.
Date: Quick-set date working well.
Crown: Signed original crown
Crystal: Acrylic in good condition.
Movement: Automatic winding with caliber L633, 38 hours of power reserve, working very well and accurate
Strap: New generic black leather strap and generic steel buckle

Watches are described to the best of my ability - feel free to ask any questions or clarify details. Sold as-is.

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Asking $550 USD via Paypal including shipping worldwide. Insurance extra at cost via ParcelPro if desired. Can also price in HKD/GBP/EUR if desired. Located in London and can do a F2F.

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