From left: Two-tone HydroConquest with the bracelet also featuring rose PVD; Green version of HydroConquest accentuated by yellow PVD.
Since 2007, HydroConquest has been Longines' modern diver's watch designed for performance and elegance. New two-tone models feature a coating of rose or yellow PVD outlining the
unidirectional rotating bezel for an even more elegant look.
The HydroConquest is one of the four families of watches that meet specific needs of sports lovers.
Longines has built a special relationship with the world of sports by being a timekeeper for championships or a partner of international sports federations. The Swiss watchmaker is
particularly involved in alpine skiing, archery and equestrian sports as well as the Commonwealth Games.
Inspired by the world of aquatic sports, the HydroConquest is distinctive for its bold style. The boldest is probably the model with a blazing red unidirectional rotating bezel, released in
Revisited in 2018, the 41mm HydroConquest came in blue, grey, black and green versions, with a bezel featuring a ceramic insert in the same colour as the dial.
The blue and black models are now available in two-tone steel with yellow or rose PVD. The grey and green variants are respectively accentuated by the yellow and rose PVD.
The green reinterpretation differs with a matte dial instead of a sunray dial.
Applied Arabic numerals and indexes are coated with Swiss Super-LumiNova to ensure legibility. The screw-in case back and crown as well as lateral protection for the crown allow
water-resistance to 300m.
Powered by a self-winding movement with a power reserve of 72 house, the latest HydroConquest watches are worn with a matching rubber strap or a two-tone bracelet featuring a double safety
folding clasp and a special diving extension.