First of all thanks to everybody here on the forum for your great feedback and help. I finally opted for the 1815 up down in white gold because it is easier to dress it down and it s a wonder in the flesh. Plus im feeling im becoming too concentrated on r
I have asked ALS if they can let me know the cause of the 'oxidation'? As indicated in one of my replies, my present concern is from the pictures, it looks like somehow water got in. Given that I am the 1st and original owner, and it's only been serviced
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
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.
and equally, not snobbish about someone else’s cast off (but hopefully well cared for). On that basis, you should absolutely consider pre-owned, as that’s where you’ll often get the best value for pieces which typically depreciate from new quite significa
For the longest time I have resisted getting a perpetual. I have been more of a chronograph fan.. But I do like complications and also like having a PR indicator. I like the PR indicator to be visible but not take up the whole backside movement is a marv
Today I had the chance to try a Lange for the very first time. I think this is also the first time I’ve one on my hands. I have to confess that I really enjoy it. The size is just perfect, the dial is so pure and readable the mouvement is nicely finished.