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Reasons one gets rid of their Datograph?

The original platinum version is heavy and uncomfortable at times but a must have if your a chrono collector. I don't see myself ever selling it but I do understand why people let it go. I'll wear the piece 4 or 5 days in a row every other month or so in
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By: Robert65
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Reasons one gets rid of their Datograph?

especially in platinum, but not overly so for it to be uncomfortable on the wrist IMO. I guess it depends on the type (weight/shape) of watches that you are used to wearing. I have mine for more than 5 years now. It weighs 172 grams on the deployant buckl
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By: Robert65
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Reasons one gets rid of their Datograph?

In my case, when I bought my Lange it was for a 15th wedding anniversary gift. My wondeful wife too me to the boutique in Paris and quite literally said, "pick whatever watch you want." The Dato was short listed and was my choice going in. When I tried it
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By: Robert65
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New strap for 1815 Chrono

dressed down the 1815 and really pleased with the outcome.... great with jeans and tennis shoes
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By: gregnascimento
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1815 chronograph boutique edition

Wanted to share some photos of my recent acquisition amidst COVID craziness... I always admired Lange's manual chornograph movements, thus naturally wanting Datograph. But after trying it on my wrist several times at boutiques, it just didnt feel right. M
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By: woodman
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Anyone with both 1815 up/down and 1815 AC in same collection?

Both the RG Lange 1 and the WG 1815 AC are wonderful watches. You've already done extremely well with those. I "only" own a WG 1815 Up / Down, and while I absolutely love everything about this watch, I think it might be a bot too similar to your AC. If yo
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By: icecube4000
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ianny
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Anyone with both 1815 up/down and 1815 AC in same collection?

as they had all disappointed me for one reason or another. Just me I guess. A Lange One, an 1815 chrono, a 1815 up and down, a 1815 in 38.5mm, a Saxonia in 37mm and a 1815 moonphase in honey gold. Despite various setbacks with these watches, I am still co
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By: icecube4000
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ianny
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Anyone with both 1815 up/down and 1815 AC in same collection?

is actually the 1815 chrono and at 39.5mm if you find that it does not fit your wrist well, it is unlikely any other high end Lange would fit your wrist well as they are all much larger. The 1815 up and down is a great watch with a gorgeous dial and accur
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By: icecube4000
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ianny
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Anyone with both 1815 up/down and 1815 AC in same collection?

I currently have two Lange watches, Lange 1 in RG and 1815 AC in WG. My wrist size is 6.5 inches~. After getting my Lange 1, I was contemplating between 1815 up/down and 1815 chrono for the longest of time. Although I preferred the up/down aesthetically,
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By: icecube4000
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ianny
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During these trying times, the 1815 chrono brings great comfort

Staying safe and staying home with this one is a joy!
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By: Rhyzen
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