The Saxonia Thin is viewed as the brand’s entrance level watch by numerous Lange devotees (and the 37mm adaptation is the brand’s most economical contribution). First you had the Saxonia Thin in 40mm for $24,500 , and afterward the 37mm form was delivered in 2016 with an amazing $14,900 retail cost. This year we have the Saxonia Thin Blue Copper in white gold, which gauges a comfortable 39mm in width, another size for the model. In any case, that is not all. There is another dial treatment on this Saxonia Thin as well. What resembles Aventurine is really a strong silver dial covered with a thin layer of goldstone (also called Aventurine glass, not to be mistaken for the hardstone itself), and there are tiny copper oxide crystals layered in the covering (consequently the name Blue Copper). The strategy traces all the way back to seventeenth century Venice and makes a shining impact. The actual watch is fueled by the type L093.1 physically twisted development, a similar one utilized in the 37mm and the 40mm Saxonia Thin models.
A Week On The Wrist
Last year, Stephen went through seven days with the 37mm Saxonia Thin in white gold and truly loved it.
Read the story and get his full musings here.
Why This Watch Matters
This watch is an unmistakable sign that Lange is zeroing in on more stylish developments alongside specialized ones, (for example, the much-discussed Triple Split ). With the Saxonia Thin Blue Copper, similar as with the new Little Lange 1 models with guilloché dials , Lange is unmistakably attempting to fan out from its more customary plan approach by utilizing new methods and materials. Whether or not authorities will react to this model similarly as past adaptations of the Saxonia Thin is yet to be seen.
I’ve said it previously – and I’ll say it again – I can’t resist the urge to feel that Lange is endeavoring to round out its alternatives for female authorities. The Saxonia Thin Blue Copper isn’t expressly showcased as a ladies’ watch, however it could undoubtedly fall into that classification. It is invigorating to see Lange add something stylishly uncommon to a customarily limited assortment. Also, regardless of whether I don’t by and by think I could wear this watch, I do regard it. What’s more, who knows, possibly Lange was roused by the Audemars Piguet Frosted Gold assortment . Are bizarre dial and case medicines the new jewel set bezel? I sort of expectation so.
Detail of the silver dial covered with goldstone.
Brand: A. Lange & Söhne
Model: Saxonia Thin Copper Blue
Case Material: White gold
Dial Color: Solid silver, goldstone, copper blue
Indexes: Applied white gold sticks
Strap/Bracelet: Dark blue reflexive crocodile strap
Caliber: In-House Caliber L093.1
Functions: Hours and minutes
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vph)
Estimating & Availability
Price: $22,000 (Prices in USD subject to change because of trade rates.)
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