In collaboration with MrAceK Productions
Forward by Kaz Mirza | While vintage reissues are becoming the norm in the watch world, it’s hard to deny that Longines was one of the first watch brands out there that really started leaning into the trend. Within their aptly named “Heritage Collection” though is on vintage reissue that often gets overlooked. That’s why I’m proud to share this Longines Diver 1967 review from friend of the show Dale Mracek. Check out the video above and be sure to subscribe to Dale’s YouTube channel for more incredible videos.
For me what I found most interesting in Dale’s Longines Diver 1967 review is how impactful the height of the watch truly is. He and I have similar wrist sizes (approx. 6.5/6.75 inches) so being able to see how the watch actually sat and behaved on the wrist helped me get a sense of what it was actually like to wear the watch.
Regardless of the size though, there’s no denying just how beautiful that aluminium bezel is and just how striking the whole presentation is on the watch. Check out the stats below and check out the Longines Diver 1967 review above.
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• 22mm lug width
• 300m water resistance
• Automatic L688.2 Automatic Chronograph Movement
• Aluminum insert bezel (Bordeaux red)
• Rhodium coated hands with Super Luminova
Dale is a car enthusiast and self-taught photographer/videographer based in Melbourne, Australia. Details matter, so macro photo/video is undoubtedly a part he enjoys most. Working in the Aviation industry, Dale has a strong connection with aviation brands and complications such as chronographs and GMT’s. When he is not in the studio, Dale can be found working on his classic car or spending time with his young family.