A. Lange & Söhne Exhibitions in Singapore and Hong Kong

Fine German watchmaking live and up close in Asia.

Admired for its quality of engineering and finishing, A. Lange & Söhne is bringing Glashütte to Asia with a pair of exhibitions in Singapore and Hong Kong. The events will showcase the brand’s watches – including important historical models no longer in the catalogue like the Zeitwerk Luminous – as well as the brand’s most important complications like the constant-force mechanism.

The Mechanical Masters takes place from October 27-30 in Singapore (sign up here), while Devoted to the Highest Standards in Hong Kong happens from October 25-31 in Hong Kong (sign up here).

At the Singapore event, Lange’s technical excellence will be personified with live demonstrations of watchmaking, engraving, and other crafts required to complete a watch.

The four-day event in Singapore will be fronted by two gentlemen from Glashütte: Robert Hoffmann, the chief watchmaker for the Zeitwerk department, and Robert Arnold, an artisan-engraver who will demonstrate the art of engraving the balance cock.

A familiar face for anyone who’s attended past Lange events, Robert Hoffmann


Event information

Both events are open to the public, however, registration is required to attend.

Singapore – The Mechanical Masters10:00 am-9:00 pm, October 27-30

ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
Singapore 238801

Register for the Singapore event

Hong Kong – Devoted to the Highest Standards 10:00 am-7:30 pm, October 25-31

Landmark Atrium
15 Queen’s Road Central
Central
Hong Kong

Register for the Hong Kong event

This was brought to you in partnership with A. Lange & Söhne.


 

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