The history of Longines Lindbergh

Longines Lindbergh watches

The history of the Longines Lindbergh watch

Longines' iconic model, the Lindbergh watch created for the famous aviator and American pioneer Charles Lindbergh, embodies the spirit and the excellence of the famous Swiss watch manufacturer. In 1927, nicknamed "The Lone Eagle", he crossed the Atlantic Ocean on his plane, nonstop and solo, thus connecting New York to Paris in 33 hours and 30 minutes. The timekeeper of this legendary crossing, Longines became a legend. In 1931, Lindbergh designed a navigational instrument which he entrusted the implementation to Longines. This model, christened Lindbergh, facilitated the calculation of longitude to infer an accurate geographic position

The style of the Longines Lindbergh watch

Vintage look, the Lindberg watch joined the clan of the indispensable watches such as the Patek Philippe Calatrava, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak or the Cartier Tank.

Are you looking for a particular item?
Get an alert as soon as it's available.
Set up an alert