I like these new 37mm Zeniths a lot, but with a 7" wrist and a collection full of 42mm+ watches (aside from the 38mm Hamilton Khaki Field) I'm a bit concerned about how small this watch might wear on me. And given the current pandemic situation here in the US, I'm not sure when I will have a chance
The previous Master Chronograph had the pushers properly aligned with the crown but that was a fully integrated movement. I think it's a shame that they didn't retain the chronograph in the lineup, I personally think that the chrono/calendar will have less appeal.
...but never had a chance to own one. I may be the odd man out on the lume, but I think it looks great with the PVD case. I probably already have all the PAM I need (a 190, 372, 000) so I'll likely never acquire a 360 but I'll always admire it from afar.
Maybe not as 'iconic' as the 15202 but who cares? If it fits you well and you like the watch then save yourself $10K and keep the 15400. FWIW I tried both before buying and went with the 15400. I also have a 7" wrist (pretty flat too) and thought the Jumbo wore too small on me. It also felt rather d
Besides the bracelet and one-eared case (an odd design choice to be sure), my bigger disappointment is that, for nearly $30K, Lange cannot seem to build a big date complication that puts the two date disks in the same plane - and then they put an unsightly bar between the disks to try and hide this.