As much as I love the original but I always believe in buying the best and most technically advanced version of something and let it age with you. Plus to me, having a a power reserve indicator is very important as I find it the most useful complication in any manual watch. obviously, you can't go w
Your photos do not do it justice tbh- its one of the nicest Langes out there with one of my favourite looking movements with the ratchet and crown wheels exposed on the 3/4 plate. The watch can be easily worn by you and your wife , just like others have mentioned the straps need changing.
The L121 represents Langes coming of age to me. It is when their iconic L1 had its first fully in-house movement from top to bottom fully developed and manufactured in house with a very clear purpose with Lange watchmakers as opposed to using parts from the JLC822. The L121 represents Langes true in
JLC should have presented something special and groundbreaking like what FPJ has provided or PP- I know they are capable of doing so. Only Watch is an accurate read of the market mood and they should have put in some actual effort to serve the brand better instead of just slapping on a new dial.
Also included some of my own photos: www.watchprosite.com .-lange-and-söhne/-span-style-color-gray--a-lange--söhne--span-a-closer-look-at-perfection-/10.1154831.9034371/0/ I can tell you that the Saxonia thin 37mm is one of my top 3 Langes and is best value in high Horology today.