Watch brand Longines was founded by Auguste Agassiz in 1832 in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. Its winged hourglass logo is one of the oldest registered trademarks for a watchmaking company. Longines was well known at the time as Aviator watches. Charles Lindbergh himself helped company director, his friend, to develop the watch to help with air navigation. It had such a success, that this watch is still produced today, within Heritage collection.
Longines proved to be the best in sporting events too. First modern Olympics in 1896 officially used Longines timers.
Extreme conditions is not a challenge for Longines either. Arctic explorer Louis Amédée de Savoie used it in his North Pole expedition in 1899.
Longines is official timekeeper of French Open since 2007. Kremlin Cup and Japan Open were added in 2009.
There is no limitations on this planet where Longines can not be used. This watch company knows no limits.