A. Lange & Söhne Refreshes Saxonia Line For SIHH –

June 23, 2021
A. Lange & Söhne Refreshes Saxonia Line For SIHH -
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Not content to let sleeping dogs lie, A. Lange & Söhne has given three models from their Saxonia line a circumspect dial makeover prior to going into SIHH one month from now. The refreshed plan affects the Saxonia Dual Time, the Saxionia Automatic, and the Saxonia (handwind). The adjustments are unpretentious, and have been done for the sake of improving clarity. Also, the Saxonia handwind and Saxonia Dual Time drop more than 1 mm each in breadth. The changes might be negligible all …

Not content to let sleeping dogs lie, A. Lange & Söhne has given three models from their Saxonia line a circumspect dial makeover prior to going into SIHH one month from now. The refreshed plan affects the Saxonia Dual Time, the Saxionia Automatic, and the Saxonia (handwind). The adjustments are unpretentious, and have been done for the sake of improving clarity. Also, the Saxonia handwind and Saxonia Dual Time drop more than 1 mm each in breadth. The changes might be negligible all alone, however together, they spell a particular move in personality.

Let’s beginning with the widespread changes that will embellish every one of the three of the Saxonia watches. Most strikingly, the hour lists are pushed towards the fringe, and the markers at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock get double stick. Each of great importance creators are strong gold, and applied to the dial. The general impact is more intentional and unmistakable dial presence. For the Dual Time and Automatic, the running seconds subdial gains numerals separating each 10 seconds.

The Saxonia Dual Time gets other significant changes in plan, including a move of the Lange signage from around the highest point of the dial to running directly through the middle, parting the vertical subdials. The greatest change, however, is the decrease is size. The Dual Time is right now a 40 mm watch, however the newest model drops down to 38.5 mm, now a similar size as the Automatic.

The handwind Saxonia holds much of its spotless character, and it welcomes a downsize also. The base model Saxonia goes from 37 mm right down to 35 mm in width. Inside it’s the same old thing, with a Lange fabricated type L941.1 beating away with normal Lange-style completing work. It’s a similar story with the Automatic and Dual Time, holding their particular developments too (L086.1 and L086.2).

We’ll be close by to give more subtleties, alongside a lot of live photos of the new Saxonia and other A. Lange & Söhne watches come SIHH, which starts January 19th. 

For more information, visit A. Lange & Söhne on the web.

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