Introducing: Four New Blue Dials From A. Lange & Söhne (Live Pics & Pricing)
The watches themselves are in fact indistinguishable from the current models. Each has just been accessible with a white gold case as well (aside from the Daymatic, which has just been accessible in rose gold and platinum) – so the genuine update here is the dial. The shade of blue sits somewhere close to naval force and ultramarine, and the completions on the dials blend fine grained surfaces in with round grained surfaces, acquainting surface with the blend as well. They have a somewhat sleeker and more present day look than the blue dials you may have seen on Lange’s from the last part of the ’90s and mid ’00s. Hands and markers here are splendidly cleaned white gold, which stands out pleasantly from the hazier ground (just the Daymatic has contacts of lume).
One thing to take note of: These are not restricted versions, however they are just being delivered for one year, so you’ll need to grab one up rapidly in case you’re interested.
Sure, adding blue dials to center assortment watches probably won’t be the splashiest or most daring thing a watch brand can do in 2017, yet I’m not complaining about this by any means. The watches look out and out attractive – that Lange 1 is calling my name pretty noisily and unmistakably – and a many individuals will make these their every day wearers. I’m generally glad when a watchmaker offers its clients more strong choices at an assortment of value focuses, and that is exactly what Lange has done today.
Here are the four watches and their prices:
Lange 1 – $34,700
Lange 1 Daymatic – $43,200
Saxonia – $14,800
Saxonia Automatic – $25,800