Quick question: if you had the opportunity to get an 1815 up down which version would you choose, white gold or rose gold? Those who can say why or those who had this dilemma and finally opted for one version would love to read what motivated your choice.
I am not a big fan of automatic movements, but there are a few exceptions. Such as the Langematik Anniversary movement, with its three quarter rotor. This three quarter rotor doesn't hide the movement. It sublimates it! Best, Nicolas
Hi all, Just wanted to check with the forum if anyone's experience something similar, and find out what's the likely cause. So, sometime in late Sep 19, I sent in my 1815 Chrono. for servicing; I overwound the spring, and it broke. Very shortly after, the
A very underrated Annual Calendar imho. Here’s some trivia facts: Number of parts in the Saxonia AC: 476. Number of parts in the Langematik Perpetual: 478. Seems to me like the movement of the AC is a a derivation of the QP. Best, Ian
I was lucky enough to go on a factory visit last year. Robert Hoffman, Head of Zeitwerk was our guide. His passion and love for the brand really brought the tour to life and of course we spent a good deal of time in the Zeitwerk department - an amazing pi