Introducing The A. Lange & Sohne Datograph Up/Down Lumen In Platinum (price)

 |  October 24th, 2018

Taking a true classic and making it new isn’t always easy, but German watch brand A. Lange & Sohne makes it look easy time and again. Now the brand unveils a new twist to it beloved Datograph — releasing the platinum cased Datograph Up/Down Lumen. The Datograph, the brand’s first proprietary chronograph caliber with column-wheel design, jumping minute and flyback function was unveiled in 1999, and fast became an icon as a beloved timepiece by collectors. In 2012, A. Lange…

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Introducing the $200,000 A. Lange & Sohne 1815 Tourbillon With Enamel Dial And Two Patents in Mechanism

 |  July 12th, 2018

If you are a regular reader of ATimelyPerspective, you know that I have tremendous respect and affinity for German watch brand A. Lange  & Sohne. This brand experienced its re-birth around the time I was just starting in the watch industry, so I have witnessed its tremendous growth and success. Each year, the brand surprises me with new timepieces that either offer pioneering technology or stunning classic aesthetics. Now, the brand once again delights us with the A. Lange &…

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Top Five Watch Industry Billionaires As Seen On Forbes Billionaires List

 |  May 29th, 2018

Recently, Forbes posted its 2018 World’s Billionaires list, wherein it named record 2,208 billionaires from around the globe. Interestingly enough, but not too surprisingly, there were some luxury goods owners from the watch industry on that list, including the CEO of two big watch groups, and a few others. Topping the watch brand and luxury goods list is Bernard Arnault & Family – coming in as number 4 on the list. Arnault is the Chairman and CEO of LVMH Moet…

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Hands On With The World’s Most Complex Chronograph: A. Lange & Sohne Triple Split Watch

 |  May 11th, 2018

German brand A. Lange & Sohne continues to be an innovator in the haute horlogerie community. This year, the brand once again tops its own records, setting a new benchmark standard in chronographs with its remarkable Triple Split mechanical watch. The world’s first split-seconds chronograph that enables the wearer to track comparative time measurement in larger than 60-second increments – in fact measuring multiple increments of up to 12 hours – the A. Lange & Sohne Triple Split is an…

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Introducing An American Special: The A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Annual Calendar U.S. Boutique Edition (Price)

 |  April 25th, 2018

Easily one of the best-selling timepieces for German watch brand A. Lange  & Sohne is the incredibly beautiful Saxonia Annual Calendar watch.  Since it was first introduced to the world eight years ago in 2010, this model has been a benchmark in the realm of calendar watches thanks predominantly to its oversized date feature. Now, A. Lange & Sohne moves forward with three firsts for this watch: A US Boutique exclusive model that features the outsized date with white numerals…

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Watches & Wonders Miami Brings Cars, Watches And More (Photo Gallery)

 |  February 24th, 2018

We’ve been very busy this month with so many different watch events across the country that it has been difficult to keep up the writing pace. So this weekend, we recap a little about the month of February and the incredible watch world.   Easily the highlight event of the month was the Watches & Wonders Miami show that took place at the Miami Design District (MDD) and that was sponsored by the Fondation Haute Horlogerie (FHH), in cooperation with the…

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Storage Wars: The Best (And Worst) USB Keys From SIHH 2018

 |  January 23rd, 2018

We are into our sixth year of our much-loved Storage Wars coverage. Each year since 2012, we have taken a close look at the USB keys that we receive at the shows — mentioning the stand-out sticks that carry a powerful punch. Each USB key holds all of the important press releases and images released by a brand at the show. Some of those keys are — sometimes — even as creative as the watches that appear when the stick…

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