Month: March 2012

Eccentric Design Model Tasting Lange 1 25th Anniversary Platinum Limited Edition Watch

25 years ago, as one of the first four watches in the new era of Lange, the introduction of Lange1 caused a heated discussion. The large calendar display, eccentrically designed dial layout and dual barrels make Lange1 famous overnight. On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, Lange presents the Lange 125th Anniversary Platinum Limited Edition (model: 191.066) at the 2019 Geneva International Horological Show.

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   The case is made of 18K white gold, with a diameter of 38.5 mm and a thickness of 10.7 mm. The case is polished and satin-finished, with curved lugs for comfortable wearing, and the pitted crown is easy to adjust.

   The silver-white dial is printed with dark blue numerals and hour markers, and is decorated with blue date numerals. Continuing the classic large calendar display and eccentric dial design, pay tribute to the important milestones of the Lange1 watch series, commemorating the brand’s 25th anniversary of returning to the international stage of precision watchmaking.

   Equipped with a Lange factory-made L121.1 movement, this movement is equipped with untreated German silver 3/4 plywood, eight screw-fixed gold sleeves, and hand-engraved balance wheel plywood. Provides up to 72 hours of power reserve. In addition, the balance splint is specially engraved with the large calendar ’25’, which has become another symbol of the 25th anniversary.

   The sculptural engraving made of solid 18K white gold shows the appearance of Lange’s headquarters in 1873, and combines the names of Walter Lange and Günter Brulen, and the ’25YEARSLANGE1′ relief.

   Comes with a dark blue hand-stitched alligator strap and 18K white gold pin buckle. This watch is limited to 250 pieces, each engraved with its own limited edition number. It is reported that this watch is priced at 43,700 Euros, equivalent to about RMB 340,000.

For more information about the 2019 Geneva watch fair, please pay attention to the watch house live feature:

Iwc Opens Pop-up Store In Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

In March 2018, IWC opened a pop-up store at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This is the first store in the world to celebrate the brand’s 150th anniversary. Today, travelers traveling through Europe’s third-largest airport can discover the exclusive selection of IWC’s six iconic timepieces: Portugal, Pilots, Portofino, Marine Timepieces, Engineers, and Da Vinci.

   In 1868, American watchmaker Florentine Ariosto Jones traveled to Schaffhausen, Switzerland, where he founded IWC. His goal was to combine modern American manufacturing methods with traditional Swiss craftsmanship. Craftsmanship created the best pocket watches of the time.

   Edwin de Vries, Scandinavian Brand Manager of IWC Benelux & Scandinavian Brands, said: ‘The Amsterdam Pop-up Store in Amsterdam focuses on the inspirational story of the brand’s founder, his entrepreneurial spirit and his relentless pursuit of excellence It has shaped IWC. This store has created an open and welcoming atmosphere where visitors can trace back to the early days of IWC and discover the most representative brand timepieces. ‘

   IWC Pop-up Store is located in Terminal 2 of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It covers an area of ​​139 square meters and is divided into two floors. It has a library, lounge area and bar. Visitors can enjoy refreshing drinks on request. The pop-up store is jointly operated by IWC and its Dutch retail partner Gassan.