Introducing: A New Dial Color For The A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic

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Had Lange been worried about latest things, they would unquestionably have divulged a more bright Saxonia. In any case, following the business’ present mind-set isn’t the Lange way. All things considered, the German watch produce keeps on extending its range of neutrals with a “land earthy colored” dial. It’s the first run through this specific tone has been utilized in the Saxonia line, which additionally incorporates dim starting at 2015 , and which remembered a record blue shade for the past, just as mother-of-pearl. The Saxonia was one of four models offered by Lange when the company started offering observes again in 1994, in the wake of being restored in the wake of German reunification. There have been some minor changes from that point forward (indeed, perhaps not minor to the Lange devoted) in size, and in certain subtleties of the dial (the progress from precious stone molded hour markers to stick markers, for example), however there is shockingly distance between a Saxonia of 1994 and one of today.

The new A. Lange and Söhne Saxonia Automatic in pink gold.

The current Saxonia Automatic depends on the 2015 invigorate, which introduced a new moment scale and stretched out the mallet lists to make a more clear dial. It is controlled by oneself winding Lange type L086.1, which has a force hold of 72 hours.

The new A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic with land earthy colored dial is accessible in pink gold and white gold. Both are evaluated at $25,800 and come on crocodile cowhide ties that are red earthy colored (for the pink-gold model) or dull earthy colored (for the white-gold model).

The new A. Lange and Söhne Saxonia Automatic in white gold.

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A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Automatic; case: white or pink gold, distance across: 38.5 mm, tallness: 7.8 mm; capacities: time show with hours and minutes, auxiliary seconds with stop seconds; development: Lange fabricate type L086.1, self-winding, exactness changed in five positions, plates and scaffolds made of untreated German silver, balance chicken engraved by hand; 72-hour power save; dial: strong silver, land earthy colored; cost: $25,800 or €22,800.