Watches are essential items in a man’s wardrobe, it has been said time and time again. A watch can make or break an outfit, a watch can make you feel different. We decided to look at it differently and think of watches as enablers, as tools that do not condition a lifestyle but takes it to the next level. We looked at watches as the epitome of a man’s taste, in the most concrete way possible.
And when we think of ideas becoming concrete and tangible products, we think of one watchmaker in particular, A. Lange & Söhne. We picked 3 watches out of the brand’s plethoric line-up, 3 distinctive pieces, each with its own identity.
The Odysseus opens up a new chapter for A. Lange & Söhne; it inaugurates the brand’s sixth collection, with a tailor-made self-winding movement featuring a large day and date display as well as an integrated bracelet, a first for the ALS.
RICHARD LANGE JUMPING SECONDS
The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds has a distinctive look and a design language recognizable among thousands with its prominent white gold case, black dial and red color accents. The regulator dial with a large seconds circle at the top draws attention to the smallest unit of time.
The Zeitwerk Date, Lange’s first mechanical wristwatch with a precise jumping digital display, boasts a new manufacture calibre featuring remarkable functions, including its glass ring date showing the current date in red. Additionally, it delivers the one-per-minute impulse for switching the three-disc jumping numerals display.
It does not get more concrete than that.
So whether you are looking for a versatile piece like the Odysseus or a watch that blends iconic design with watchmaking prowess, A. Lange & Söhne has something in store for you.