Over the years, watch brand Lange has been pursuing its own path by virtue of its glorious Saxony tradition. Lange watches adhering to the brand philosophy of ‘Unique by Tradition’. Lange will join hands with Sambo Watches and Jewelry from October 24 to 27 to hold an exhibition at the Hong Kong Central International Finance Centre shopping mall to showcase a variety of brands Masterpieces of classic pocket watches, as well as the latest extraordinary works.
Lange Watch Hong Kong presents “Tradition makes unique” exhibition
1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar
The ‘Tradition is Unique’ exhibition gives visitors a comprehensive account of the history, traditions, creativity and latest developments of this Saxony watchmaking factory. The periphery of the exhibition hall is a timeline, started by the origin of the Saxony watch industry, and started by Ferdinando Adolf Lange in 1845 to establish the Lange Watch Factory in 1845. Of all brilliant achievements. In the exhibition hall, many Lange masterpieces will surely make the visitors eye-opening: In addition to Lange’s early 20th century classic pocket watches that are highly sought after by collectors, five Lange families: Lange 1, Zeitwerk, Saxonia , 1815 and Richard Lange outstanding members. The focal point of this exhibition is the 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar, which is newly launched this year-a watch with a dual-trailing chronograph stopwatch, perpetual calendar, moon phase display and power reserve indicator, while being easy to read.
Lange’s traditional elements still have a profound impact on brand watchmaking to this day
There are also two interactive display cabinets in the exhibition hall, so that guests can experience Lange’s precision watchmaking technology: Among them, ‘Hand-crafted Precision’ introduces visitors to the craftsmanship by exhibiting various carefully manufactured movement parts. A variety of Lange’s traditional finishing techniques such as edge polishing, mirror polishing and carved decoration. ‘Sound of Precision’ allows visitors to listen to the unique ‘heartbeat’ of various Lange watches with different wobble frequencies. It also has a special device that can amplify the beating sound of guests’ own mechanical watches. In addition to the above interactive experience, Glashütte, the birthplace of Lange, came to Hong Kong’s decoration masters to demonstrate various fine-grained Lange decoration techniques at the exhibition site every day.
The ‘Tradition Makes Unique’ exhibition will be held from October 24 to 27, 2013 in the atrium on the first floor of the Central International Finance Centre shopping mall. Timepieces in close contact with the history and essence of German watchmaking.