and probably one of the best value watches out there looking at value versus quality. What many fail to notice about the Saxonia thin is that the patina off the dial is darker and therefore richer in colour than say the Saxonia 35mm. Apart from being thin
I have an Aqua terra 41.5mm I bought a few years back when I wanted a kindda not too small watch, but I have tiny wrists and in the last year or so its thickness (around 13.5mm) and diameter started to look very funny on my wrists (well my taste changed o
I've owned a couple of white gold Langes, and a couple of rose gold. I have tried my damndest to make my beloved white gold Saxonia work casually and in warm weather... but I've come to admit that it just doesn't. This one, on the other hand...
About six months ago, I purchased my first ALS, a pink gold 1815 Up/Down. I am usually a larger, chunky, technical watch wearer. This would be outside my comfort zone. But, I really admired Lange for what they do. The 1815 gave me a new appreciation for s
Between the MUT moon (silver face) and an A Lange Sohne Saxonia Automatic. Can’t speak for the Patek but after putting both on, i just felt the presence of the Lange a lot more. The JLC felt like a toy watch in comparison. I know that might be controversi
I think this is my collection theme, or trying to. With the recent RL and ZW Date, I really feel completely relieved 😅 Saxonia, Lange 1, RL, ZW, 1815, Odysseus. Also the different metals that the brand offers, I can take a long break. YG, HG, RG, WG, Pt,
I'm on the sidelines for the 'hot desirable' pieces being trumped up by the social media influencers. My view on things is best summed up by one of the commenters where he said that the only good thing to come out of this craze, is that overlooked brands/
I purchased this piece in April 2019 thinking that this would be my only Lange and a perfect entry level model with the signature big date. I have not seen an exact same model being posted here although Tony has one with moon phase. The superior craftsman