A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Dual Time Watch

A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Dual Time Watch

To be honest when I first checked out this Saxonia Dual Time watch I didn't give it much attention. It was nice, but didn't really look like the A. Lange & Sohne watches I was used to. I was frankly more interested in the Richard Lange Tourbillon Pour le Merite as well as the Zeitwerk Striking. It was only after returning to the watch later on did I realize that it was a really nicely done dual time watch. The movement is all Lange, but the dial feels a bit like something else. It is quite minimalist for the brand, and the dual time function is easy to adjust. All that Lange engineering, but telling people it is one will result in a double-take.

Read my full article on the A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Dual Time watch here at Haute Living.

  • Ivan Y

    Like this design a lot more than a typical GMT watch.

    You think it’s too minimalist, Ariel? Most of watches in Saxonia are like that. At least, Dual Time has extra complication, but Saxonia Thin is a bit of let down. It’s a perfectly credible dressy watch, but I’d like to see more of magicians at ALS (at least, a date).

  • kris c

    Man, this is nice, but I was really hoping the next Lange watch we were going to see here would be the Zeitwerk Striking. Updated to 44mm (awesome) and visible gongs, etc? C’mon, it’s just absolutely amazing.