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The Gavox Longitude


After a full year of development, Gavox is proud to introduce the Longitude,

a “true” GMT watch with integrated bracelet made with 316L stainless steel Kolsterising®.

Measuring 39 mm in diameter, Gavox’ first automatic GMT watch is powered by the Miyota 9075,

which the brand has been one of the few to receive an exclusive on.

Gavox Longitude

The timezone module allows to display “true” GMT, which means that the 24h hand can be set on a reference timezone, while the 12h hand can be moved forwards or backwards when crossing timezones.

The embossed dial features an asymmetric pattern reminiscent of waves on the surface of the sea, and it is available in black, dark blue or turquoise.

True to Gavox’ track record in developing instrument watches for armed forces, the indices, hands and bezel dot are coated with Swiss Super-Luminova for optimal readability.

The bezel allows to display a third timezone and features 48 clicks to display half hours.

Gavox Longitude turquoise dial

The case and bracelet feature an elaborate succession of faceted surfaces that are alternatively brushed or polished.

All stainless steel parts are undergoing a Kolsterising® process, to ensure that they will keep their looks for years to come.

Invented in the 1980s, Kolsterising® is a surface hardening process that allows to make stainless steel more impervious to scratches and dents.

Available in four references, this collection will be produced in limited edition, but you can already pre-order yours before all models are sold out.