Longines are known for creating quality timepieces for every occasion. There are five main categories across their range which are Elegance, Classic, Watchmaking Tradition, Sport and Heritage. Today, we are taking a closer look at the HydroConquest collection by Longines which falls under their sport collection. The HydroConquest collection, originally launched in 2007, comes with all the aesthetic features of a real diving watch. The line was developed as part of their sport range, continuing the brands aptitude for creating watches for extreme sports. Core Features of the HydroConquest range: Water Resistance up to 300m (30 bar) Unidirectional Rotating Bezel Screw down case back and crown Crown Protection Double security folding clasp with integrated diving extension. With a range of other features and complications tailored to each model, the HydroConquest collection already comes with options. Longines have recently added another variation: Green men watches, specifically, green dials have taken off this year with many of the biggest brands jumping on the trend within the market. Longines unveiled three new green models back in February, here is a closer look at the stainless steel model. Longines Hydroconquest 43mm | Green Dial | Stainless Steel This striking green divers watch comes with self winding mechanical movement beating at 25’200 vibrations per hour and providing 64 hours of power reserve. It has an exclusive Longines caliber of L888 and features hours, seconds, minutes and date. This model is now available to purchase on our website. Longines | Hydroconquest | 41mm Case | Blue Dial | Swiss Quartz If you are familiar with Longines then you may already know that the brand strive for 80% mechanical movement and 20% quartz which also applies to their HydroConquest range. The swiss quartz watch model comes in a deep blue to match the hues of the open ocean. The caliber of this quartz model is L157 and it displays hours, seconds, minutes and date. Longines | HydroConquest Ceramic | Men’s 43mm | Swiss Automatic The final variation within the HydroConquest collection by Longines is the chronograph which is only on a few of the models. Each chronograph timepiece is fitted with a column wheel chronograph for smooth operation of the watch and secured with a screw-down case back. It comes with a self winding mechanical movement beating at 28’800 vibrations per hour, providing 54 hours of power reserve and a caliber of L688. What are your thoughts on the HydroConquest Collection by Longines? Let us know in the comments below!