A few days ago I posted about the lange 1 I had gifted to my father. My mother sure was jealous, so I am gifting her this little beautiful cartier. I hope she will like it! Second photo is on my girlfriend’s wrist, it should be a great fit!
One of the proudest moments in my life, gifting my father a Lange 1 in yellow gold with the blue steel hands. Definitely one of my favorite versions of the Lange 1. It’s been six months, and he wears it daily, very happy about that!
I'm not sure how you're wired, but I've been following you for awhile now on the forum and (correct if I'm mistakened) I assume you cherry pick 1-2 from various brands you're interested in and that forms the bulk of your collection. I think when it comes
All you need to do is flip out the ALS watch in your collection and enjoy it. My L1 with a new “suit” — kind of a special grey gator with baby blue stitch: Of course...forgive the intrusion, I am still honeymooning with my Db25, so will never hesitate to
I don't follow auctions closely but was looking at some of the results. The Luna Mundi pair was quite low, but these were never popular watches. I remember when they were offered new and dealers couldn't sell them. I was offered a pair at a deep discount
Saw the auction results for the beautiful pair and I remember they were for $100k and today in Antiquorum Lange 1 Rose struggled at chf 12500 and double split platinum at chf 47000. What’s happening ???
-Ability to choose whether local time is displayed on regular or sub-dial. The user can choose whether they use the watch as a "caller's" or "traveller's" world time which is convenient since many people benefit from both. -Programmed daylight savings tim
Changes in auto style are driven by fashion and short attention spans. I have no problem with a solid product changing in ways that are practical, relevant to its use, and subtle in appearance. Last year's Zeitwerk Date was a huge change. So was the 2012