Starting at well under US$20,000, the Saxonia is the entry-level Lange timepiece, equipped with the hand-wound L941.1 movement. And till now, the Saxonia was availably only with a conventional and modest silver dial in a smallish 35mm case. Now the entry-level Saxonia is offered in a larger, 37mm case with a dark grey dial that’s just been introduced at Watches&Wonders in Hong Kong.
The new Saxonia is available in white or rose gold, with both versions sharing the same specifications and movement. Slim and elegant, the case diameter is 37mm, with a height of 7.8mm. The hand-wound movement inside is one of Lange’s oldest movements, having been developed in 1994 when the company was first resurrected (the first two digits of the calibre number, L941.1, reveal the year).
Though entry-level, the dial is of the same quality as all other Lange watches. It’s made of solid silver, with a grey galvanic coating. The hour indices, as well as hands, are made of 18k gold.
The new grey Saxonia costs US$17,800 or S$24,900 in pink gold, while the white gold model is US$19,800 or S$26,700.
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