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Molitor presents the new HydroConquest GMT

The Longines watchmaking company is going to great lengths at the moment to develop and unveil some fine new products. This time, it's the turn of the HydroConquest collection to get a facelift, both aesthetically and technically. Molitor tells you more about the new versions of the HydroConquest line, which now feature a GMT complication.



A new aesthetic

This beautiful new model comes in a polished and satin-finished stainless steel case measuring 41 mm in diameter. The sunray dial comes in four different colours: black, brown, green and blue. The hands are rhodium-plated or gold-plated and the hour-markers are coated with Super-LumiNova®, enabling you to tell the time both on land and under the sea. The GMT indicator is arrow-shaped and the dial is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. There is also a new unidirectional ceramic notched bezel and a screw-down crown.



To take with you anywhere in the world

The new HydroConquest GMT can follow you around the world on your wrist thanks to its exclusive GMT L844.5 calibre and silicon balance spring. Totally weekend proof, the timepiece has a 72-hour power reserve. You can also explore the seabed thanks to its 300-metre water resistance. The models are fitted with a steel bracelet with H-shaped links, a rubber strap or a NATO strap.



This is the first time that the watches in the HydroConquest range have been equipped with a GMT function, enabling a dual time zone to be displayed. Molitor invites you to discover them in shop.

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