Very interested in the 3-handers, depending on price, of course. And the big one: do they have IAHH? Good to see PerpCal, at last.
Of course it is dependant on the price but... well... better not promise anything...
"These movements have a high degree of precision for an analog watch (± 5 seconds per year deviation)..."
IAHH is there: https://www.longines.com/novelties/conquest-vhpVery interested in the 3-handers, depending on price, of course. And the big one: do they have IAHH? Good to see PerpCal, at last.
Nothing about the two movements on the ETA site; hardly surprising as they're Longines-specific.
The watchtime article posted on page 1 says $1k for the 3 hander, $2k for the chrono. Somewhat less than I expected.A Hydro-version would be nice...
Price-wise, wouldn't the logical thing be somwhere between regular quartz and auto Conquests?
We can hope, but a) how willing is Swatch to sell HAQs to others...but I'm thinking that this movement *could* mean they'll sell the older ones, because this movement has notable, promotable advantages, b) at what kinda price, and c) how many companies want to add HAQ?Maybe there will be a resurgence in Swiss HAQ afterall? I'm shocked and pleasantly surprised. It looks to be drive-by-wire, which is awesome - hoping that means IAHH too. Very nice!