At the Watches & Wonders 2020 Shanghai show, which starts today (September 9th), A. Lange & Söhne will present three limited edition 1815 models that come in Lange’s proprietary 18K Honeygold cases with special movement decorations and dial dedicated to Ferdinand Adolph Lange, who founded the original company 175 years ago in Glashütte. Limited to 175 pieces, the 1815 Thin Honeygold is a timelessly elegant two-hand watch with a white enamel dial inspired by Lange pocket watches and is limited to 175 pieces. The 1815 Rattrapante Honeygold is limited to 100 pieces. The Tourbrograph Perpetual Honeygold is the most complicated of the three and is the first Lange watch with a Honeygold dial, limited to 50 pieces.
In addition to the new 41 mm Submariner and Oyster Perpetual collections introduced last week, Rolex also debuted five new Oyster Perpetual 36 models, equipped with the same all-new caliber 3230 automatic movement. The smaller 36 mm collection was designed with playful colored lacquer dials, including candy pink, turquoise blue, yellow, coral red, and green. $5,600
Zenith recently introduced the Defy 21 Black & White which features a 44 mm micro-blasted back ceramic case with a white ceramic bezel. The Defy 21 is powered by the El Primero 9004 automatic movement with a white 1/100th of a second scale and 30-min chronograph counter, set against the blackened movement. The power reserve is 50 hours and water-resistance is rated to 100 meters. Limited edition of 100 pieces. A black and white Cordura-effect strap (or rubber) completes the look. $13,600
Building on the success of the original Q Timex Reissue collection that was first launched in 2019, Timex has created the new Q Timex Color Series. The new versions feature the same 38 mm steel case, two-colored rotating bezel, woven stainless-steel bracelet, functional battery hatch, and domed acrylic crystal — in three new colorways: yellow gold-tone, rose gold-tone, and steel with a black and red Coke style bezel. Water resistance to 50 meters. $179