Longines Master Collection Retrograde Moon Phases

Longines Moon Phases

The Longines Master Collection Retrograde Moon Phases is available in 41mm or 44mm diameters and combines four retrograde functions with moon phase and day/night displays. The retrograde hands indicate day of the week at 12 o’clock, the date on the right-hand side of the dial, a 24-hour second time-zone on the left-hand side of the dial, and small seconds at 6 o’clock. Find pricing and wallpaper inside.

The Longines Master Collection Retrograde Moon Phases is available with a black dial and a black leather strap, or with a silvered dial on a brown alligator strap.

The price in Swiss Francs is SFr.3,500. The images below may be enlarged with a click.

Longines Retrograde Moon Phases

Longines Retrograde Moon Phases

Technical specifications

Reference numbers
L2.738.4.71/51.X 41 mm
L2.739.4.71/51.X 44 mm

Caliber
Self-winding mechanical movement
Calibre L707.2 (ETA A07 L31)
16½ lines, 25 jewels, 28,800 vibrations per hour
48-hour power reserve

Functions
Hours and minutes
4 retrograde functions
Day, date, small seconds and 24-hour second time zone
Phases of the Moon
Day and night

Case
Circular, stainless steel, Ø 41 mm or Ø 44 mm
Transparent sapphire glass back cover
Water-resistant To 3 bar (30 meters)

Dial
Silvered, 11 black Roman numerals
Black, 11 white Roman numerals





Comments

  1. Byron says:

    Though this maker does not always command great respect, this is a fine watch and great value for the money given its complications and customized movement. Purchased mine in Singapore and just love wearing it.

  2. Cal Calkins says:

    I tried ordering this watch twice (Longines Master Collection L2.739.4.71.6)L2.739.4.71/51.X 44 mm
    No one can seam to get it...I think this watch is an erband legend

    • Jav says:

      Ordered mine last week and just picked it up today. I got the white dial one. It\'s a gorgeous watch and feels great on the wrist!

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