Bert Casal

The Little Things

New and exciting pieces from A. Lange & Söhne.

You don’t have to come up with strikingly different designs to create a great watch. Sometimes, all it takes are small but significant tweaks to make a great watch even better. This year, A. Lange & Söhne capitalises on this strategy and presents three watches at this year’s digital event Watches and Wonders.

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A. Lange & Söhne

The subtle difference shines through in this watch by the successful integration of the individual calendar displays into the exceptional face of the LANGE 1. The dial presents a large date, an innovative ring for the month indication on the periphery, and a moon-phase display that also indicates day or night. This timepiece is available in a pink gold case with a grey dial or in white gold with a solid pink gold dial.

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Thousands of tiny stars seem to twinkle on the dark blue gold-flux dial of this white gold watch that measures 36.8 mm. Aside from the date display, a white gold moon shows the stages of the satellite. This complication is calculated to remain accurate for about 122.6 years.

A. Lange & Söhne
A. Lange & Söhne

Thus far, the TRIPLE SPLIT is the only split-seconds chronograph in the world that can measure additive and comparative times for as long as twelve hours. It can compare the two times of two opponents in a car race or a triathlon. It is also possible to stop the times of consecutively starting events or to add the times of multi-hour events such as those of the individual ironman disciplines. This version is presented in pink gold with a blue dial.


Your Time Is Now

Maurice Lacroix is back in the Philippines with a new partner and new watches.

John Player Special

The TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph is back, and it's more precious than ever.

The Rainbow Connection

Patek Philippe channels the light spectrum to allow a self-winding chronograph for the ladies to shine through.