I will be lucky enough to try on my favorite three Germans! The 1st gen Dato rose gold with white dial, brown strap with RG deployant, the first gen 1815 Chrono in the coveted rose gold case, black dial and white sub-dials, and the 36-37mm (ladies?) Lange
Lange & Söhne organized yesterday in Paris a party which aim was to celebrate the inauguration of the new Lange boutique (located by the Hotel Costes and which replaces the former boutique rue de la Paix) and the unveiling of the latest piece dedicated to
I finally after years of seeing in photos had the chance to check out this beauty in person. I must admit, I didn’t expect the depth of the movement to be so compelling, or even the texture of the dial / sub-dials. It is sublime. The pushers are crisp and
The one that I like is their CDV and I’m so close to getting Pt one but end up with the 1815 chrono. This addiction is dangerous because there are so many other brands as well. Congrats to your incoming.
Lange & Söhne is a brand which produces a limited number of watches per year, the production volume being less than one-tenth that of Patek Philippe. Despite this, one of the fundamental issues faced by the German brand is the renewal of its customer
Before getting into it, let's revisit some theory first to better appreciate the subtleties of why the engraving differences arise. The 1st gen Lange Chrono uses a regulator to adjust the timekeeping (beat rate). Notice the swan-neck with its screw - it p
I understand that the balance cock (or equivalent) of every Lange watch bears the individualized engraving of the watchmaker who put it together. Indeed, I understand that these engravings enable watchmakers at Lange to know at a glance exactly which of t