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A. Lange & Söhne: Beautiful pairing.

The watch is as good as it gets, and the patterns on the sleeve resemble the balance cock on the back of the watch. One of my favorite Lange’s
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By: rnaden
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Independents: Agreed.

It has everything I need in a watch
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By: rnaden
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Independents: That's definitely a very nice one

Would like to see some pictures when you have the time.
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By: rnaden
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Independents: The movement side is definitely the big plus for this

Especially as they provide customised text engravings to make it personal.
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By: rnaden
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F.P. Journe: Congrats!

Welcome to the club! It's an impressive non-mechanical watch.
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By: rnaden
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Independents: Double congrats are in order then!

And Roger now needs to ensure that delivery does not slip! LOL! I think it will be the perfect milestone (or multiple milestones) watch.
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By: rnaden
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Independents: Beyond perfect for a retirement gift to self

Congrats on this, Sham. Looking forward to seeing it when you receive it, and I think your “culling” of your collection for this is the right decision. I don’t think there will be any reason to want to rotate this with any other watch. It looks that good and the intrinsic values....only the owner kn
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By: rnaden
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A. Lange & Söhne: My 1815 runs 5.1 secs fast per day

Constantly - it is the same every day....I’ve sent it in more than once to get it regulated and each time it comes back still behaving the same way. I’ve accepted it and just adjust the watch once every two weeks....have been doing it for 3 years now ;-)
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By: rnaden
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Horological Meandering: I went a month double wristed

Not convinced for a couple of reasons : 1. It is uncomfortable for me to have a “watch” on my right wrist for long periods of time 2. I kept forgetting to charge it every night 3. It was strange having the screen light up every time I moved my wrist and when I turned that feature off, it suddenly di
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By: rnaden
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