Longines revisits a success story from the 80s and introduces the Conquest V.H.P. (Very High Precision), marking a return to technology in which it was a pioneer and expert.
Today, Longines is the oldest trademark or logo still in use in its original form registered with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIP). As early as 1867, Longines was using the winged hourglass symbol and the tradename “Longines” as a guarantee of quality in order to combat counterfeit products aimed at taking advantage of the reputation already established by the company.
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