Baselworld 2010: Lindbergh’s Atlantic Voyage Watch Is Great for History Lovers

If you are interested in history and if you always wanted to go on voyages, you would certainly like the Lindbergh’s Atlantic Voyage Watch. It is a replica of the historical watch worn by Charles Lindbergh.

Longines is also one of the oldest watch companies in the world and was founded in 1832. It was the official timepiece in the 19th Century Olympics and also Tour de France.

This historical remake comes with a tachometer and also two small dials on each side of the watch. These include a really attractive 30-minute counter and a seconds counter. Thanks to a genuine alligator buckle, you could be pretty sure that you have one of the most exclusive watches in the world.

You could also expect other luxurious features such as an engraved cover, sapphire crystal back, and options for steel or 18K pink gold surfacing. If you are interested in history, you would certainly have to buy this watch. There is no information about how much it might cost and when it might be available. It would anyway be announced at the Baselworld 2010.

Baselworld 2010 is scheduled from 18-25 March.

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