By: aperna : June 11th, 2019-05:09

Simple, elegant and to my eyes beautiful. My only criticism no chatons! Can anybody explain this for me.?

Probably due to the chatons needing extra thickness (taken up by rotor here). And to offset the cost of the Pt peripheral weight. Regards, skyeriding [nt]

 By: skyeriding : June 11th, 2019-05:47
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Didn’t know about the [lack of] chatons

 By: Lankysudanese : June 11th, 2019-06:09
Thanks for mentioning it. Looks gorgeous though

The rotor is also gold plated

 By: COUNT DE MONET : June 11th, 2019-07:05
and not solid gold, due to the rotor design to allow a better view of the movement.

From what I read the rotor is gold plated to enhance the Mechanics and cut down on the sheer force Causing undue stretching of the rotor [nt]

 By: aperna : June 11th, 2019-07:43
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As far as I know, it is all about thickness

 By: Langepedia : June 11th, 2019-11:29
As I spoke with Tony De Haas today on a similar subject today, I'd assume it is not has to do anything with costs etc..
Chatons add extra thickness, thus they wanted to avoid that.
Rotor is not solid gold due to thin structure of its main part. If it would be, it would bend easily and damage the movement. Instead they use different material and plated in gold.
Very beautiful piece!

Thank you for the update [nt]

 By: aperna : June 11th, 2019-19:09
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I concur. Very elegant. [nt]

 By: amanico : June 11th, 2019-06:25
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Thank you my friend [nt]

 By: aperna : June 11th, 2019-07:41
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It is a very nice combination of big date, moon phase, dial colour and material

 By: COUNT DE MONET : June 11th, 2019-07:07
An undeniably beautiful Lange!

Thank you very much [nt]

 By: aperna : June 11th, 2019-07:42
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I think you summed it up well, very elegant. [nt]

 By: dedestexhes : June 11th, 2019-07:52
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