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Hi all,

I am trying to figure out what model watch this is.I know its a Longines Flagship Ultrasonic but I cant find any info on it or anything,I dont even know how to tell if it's real.

If anyone can help me it would be great.

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Luther


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Hi! At 100 X 90, we can't see much in those pics. Any chance of getting us some bigger ones?
 

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You might have a Longines Ultronic from the 70s. I can't find a model "name" for it other than Ultronic. If it's genuine, and I see no reason to think otherwise, it is probably powered by the Longines cal. 6312 tuning fork movement built by ESA (not ETA) under license from Bulova.
I'm no Longines expert, so hopefully one of our members will come along with better info.
 

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You might have a Longines Ultronic from the 70s. I can't find a model "name" for it other than Ultronic. If it's genuine, and I see no reason to think otherwise, it is probably powered by the Longines cal. 6312 tuning fork movement built by ESA (not ETA) under license from Bulova.
I'm no Longines expert, so hopefully one of our members will come along with better info.
Thanks for your reply, Bill.

Your right is is a Flagship Ultronic, it says it on the face.I cant seem to find any other watch that looks like it online.I wonder if it's worth getting fixed up,as you can see it's in pretty bad condition.Sentimental wise it's worth it.It has been handed down.
 

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Using 'Bing Images' i saw a couple that come close. The hour markers are stylized "U"s instead of bars or batons. I agree that heirlooms should be treasured (I have 3 modest ones myself). Make a list of what needs to be done and what what would be nice to have done and prioritize everything. Then go to town on it as far as your budget will comfortably allow.
 

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CometHunter said:
You might have a Longines Ultronic from the 70s. I can't find a model "name" for it other than Ultronic. If it's genuine, and I see no reason to think otherwise, it is probably powered by the Longines cal. 6312 tuning fork movement built by ESA (not ETA) under license from Bulova.
I'm no Longines expert, so hopefully one of our members will come along with better info.
Shoot Dennis a PM. I'm sure he could tell before he even looks at it lol
 
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