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Difference between Longines


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Could somebody please tell me the difference between these two longines legend divers? I notice that the dials are signed differently at the automatic - can anyone explain why or which watch is “better” 

thank-you 

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Okay, so I just read up that they added this 30 bar bit to the dial in 2013 or thereabouts - but after some deliberation and customer dissatisfaction they dropped it back off... 

what does anyone think about this becoming a rare model some day?

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2 hours ago, Caller. said:

Have these been discontinued? I do keep an eye out. I saw the 'all black' version yesterday, it looked okay, but wouldn't be my choice. 

The no-date version was produced from 2007 until 2011 but then discontinued and now commands a premium over the date version.

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4 hours ago, GASHEAD said:

The no-date version was produced from 2007 until 2011 but then discontinued and now commands a premium over the date version.

So now I know! Many thanks. From the photo's I have seen, that would be my choice, although the date version is also very nice.

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2 hours ago, Caller. said:

So now I know! Many thanks. From the photo's I have seen, that would be my choice, although the date version is also very nice.

Yes you can make a whole £100 profit on one if you find it.  You may be lucky and get £150.  Wait another 30 years and at a push £200:biggrin:

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