I tottaly agree with your Datograph Lumen and Datograph Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon. I also totally agree with your Richard Lange Jumping Seconds Black but I met and fall for a very special Pt. I also agree with your Lange 1 but I dream every night abou
It is almost the time to have a view on this year unveilings, at Lange. For me, the 4 Lange which caught my attention are: The Datograph Lumen: I am not mad about the Datograph second generation, which, in my opinion, broke something in terms of balance.
Speaking of complications, here's my wish list: 1. Time only (similar to Saxonia automatic). For those of us who love the Explorer, or pilot/field watches (think the dirty dozen, mark 18), this will be so sweet 2. Central sweeping seconds (found in Richar
I have tried on both. The original Dato was the first watch that changed my perception about everything related to watchmaking. It was/is a masterpiece and a classic. However... As an evolution rather than a revolution, I think Lange improved on the origi
I've been able to handle the new Zeitwerk date and for me, I much prefer the Striking Time, which is fortunate, as that's what I already own If you need a date on your watch then the Zeitwerk Date is the watch you'd want, but if you like the idea of a chi
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
I very much prefer the subtleness of white metals. But I have to admit to the allure of the sensuality of rose gold. Which of these four five would you choose, disregarding price, and why ? Will your answer turn on size (diameter, thinness), automatic vs.