Why Movement Screws Cost €100 Each

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Why Movement Screws Cost €100 Each

Postby koimaster » October 23rd 2018, 11:06am

Marco Lang smiles when I call him a “serious watch nerd.” Walking through the cozy manufacture space that is Lang & Heyne, between words in his native German I hear him voice in English “watch nerd” as he proudly repeats my phrase to his various watchmakers who together make up the very special Dresden-based maker of traditional timepieces. Marco Lang points to his watchmaker certificate placed on the wall of his kitchen set among others who make up the multi-generational mosaic of official-looking papers proving that he comes from a long line of like-minded micro-mechanical minds. His favorite is from the early 1920s when a female relative of his was the first woman not only to become a watchmaker in the Lang clan, but also the first female watch maker in the region.

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Re: Why Movement Screws Cost €100 Each

Postby 3Flushes » October 23rd 2018, 11:13am

Ariel Adams is a putz...

but that was a great piece. Beautiful shit.
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Re: Why Movement Screws Cost €100 Each

Postby foghorn » October 23rd 2018, 11:19am

Eye did'nt knot know that the Von trapp fammily mayde waRtcHes to!!
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