It’s a gorgeous watch, to be sure… And very special given the honey gold case and distinctive gold printing. But it was a bit disappointing to me. It’s pretty under the radar (could be good or bad, depending) — and there’s not a huge gap between it and a
Last night I had the opportunity and pleasure to handle this special piece, at a dinner with a good friend. It was exceptional in all manner. While it’s a 41mm watch, it didn’t feel that big on the wrist nor was the weight uncomfortable. It felt extremely
but since you have both you don't have to choose!!! 😀 Even a few years ago I used to prefer the Saxonia AC due to its uber clean layout. Nowadays I think I'm leaning towards 5146 because of its romantic, somewhat vintage-y artisanal vibe ... Speaking of r
When it comes to watches, the fun is in the hunt. However, the past week has turned this notion completely around for me. The obsession has only grown, and I have spent even more time researching about the reference 410.025 than before. Here are some quic
When Lange first introduced honey gold in 2010, I got the 1815 Moonphase and the Lange 1 Tourbillon, both in HG (matching numbers). I did this primarily because HG seemed like a special metal, and I thought Lange wouldn't use it very often. But then, in s
The other day, I had a catch-up coffee with my AD. Except he had run out of coffee so we had tea. To compensate he brought out a trio of very nice watches. I went in well dressed with the Jaeger-LeCoultre Amvox 2 - but left with another watch on my wrist.
I'm another ambivalent HG owner. I like many of Lange's HG combinations -- your watch, the HG metal with a nice eggshell dial, etc. However, the metal itself never quite did it for me. I kept the HG 1815 Moonphase below, which I like, but sold the HG Lang
My first was a Lange 1, which I loved. Shortly after I got the Lange 1, I found that I couldn't stop looking at the rose gold Emil Lange 1815 Moonphase. Everything about it was perfect -- the warm, whimsical dial; the case diameter for my small wrist; the