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I'm not a big Lange fan, but if that theoretical "someone" were to gift me with the choice of any one of their pieces .....
That's pretty much what it would take for me to consider a Lange.
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For those of you who swap out your own straps, what tool do you use? I suppose the Bergeon is the most well-known, but which one? The 6111 or 6767? I've read differing reviews on them and not sure which tool to go with.

 

Bergeon 6767 for me also.

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the Rolex 3200 is eye wateringly expensive for what is effectively a pair of tweezers. these are an affordable alternative:

http://www.esslinger.com/products.php?product=Horofix-Watch-Bracelet-Springbar-Pliers-Band-Tool
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Excellent lume shots, burgerkong nod[1].gif
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Speaking of clean and simple Langes, this is my wife's Christmas present -- the 35mm Saxonia manual in white gold.

 

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She wanted a dressy watch but doesn't like blingy, girly pieces. I think it wears well on her.

 

Wempe threw in a Lange travel case and a loaf of Christmas Stollen, which is damn delicious.

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Speaking of clean and simple Langes, this is my wife's Christmas present -- the 35mm Saxonia manual in white gold.

Very nice!!!  Congrats to the Mrs. on her new timepiece.  

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6767 here as well.

I'm not particularly interested in Lange (for myself), but that 35mm Saxonia looks pretty much perfect.
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The Watch Appreciation Thread (Reviews and Photos of Men's Timepieces by Role...

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Quick BLNR lume shot. 5 minutes outside on a cloudy day and this thing is blasting light. May not be the classiest "complication" but I still love it!


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Seasons greetings to all.

Maison Celadon

 

 

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My Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre
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My Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre
Nice watch. Odd lume, though-- it is hard to tell without thinking which are hours and which minutes.
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Nice watch. Odd lume, though-- it is hard to tell without thinking which are hours and which minutes.

 

I had to look at his dash to figure out the time.  I agree it is pretty confusing but I guess once you know it shouldn't be hard.

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Nice watch. Odd lume, though-- it is hard to tell
without thinking which are hours and which minutes.
The picture was a little fuzzy here's a close up of the dial
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Awesome stuff, is it the black steel or blue titanium ones
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Awesome stuff, is it the black steel or blue titanium ones
It' has a black ceramic face
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