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A. Lange & Söhne: Thank you Robin. I love the Dato Perpetual, but have yet to try it.

Great to know its comfortable like the new Datograph. Please keep the pictures coming. It’s a beautiful watch. Best,
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A. Lange & Söhne: Robin may ask a question about ergonomics?

How does it sit and feel on your wrist? For the regular Datograph I love the design of the discontinued version most, but it is top heavy with less than ideal proportions. The current Datograph is more comfortable on the wrist, but lacks a bit of charm compared to the original. How is your Datograph
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A. Lange & Söhne: I totally get that and their perspective, especially the

Richard Lange Pour Le Metre as it was released in both platinum and rose gold in limited editions at the same time. A few years later to release the white gold and black dial (non enamel) seemed unfair. With the triple split I think it was easier to predict future versions. This grail movement was g
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A. Lange & Söhne: When I asked about this I couldn’t get a direct answer, which meant

To my mind it was just a matter of time until they released another run in another metal. I would not be surprised if they do it again one last time. It will still be a low number total. Good news is my strong guess is next year or maybe for 2023 they release the 1815 Rattrapante in a white metal. T
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Blancpain: The temptation must be very high :)

I am a neophyte on vintage Blancpain, but I know cool and beauty when I see it. Thanks for sharing.
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TimeOut: well said!

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