Monthly Archives: April 2016

Elegant Blue Steel: Lange 1815 Chronograph

As a highly difficult craft, blue steel hands are highly sought after for their elegant hue and high-end positioning. Quenching the blue steel pointer requires strict technical control. After the steel pointer is continuously heated to 300 degrees Celsius, the surface of the pointer begins to gradually oxidize to become blue. At this time, the pointer is quenched to turn it into light blue. This process can create a blue steel pointer with good gloss, full color and purity.
    Although functionally, the Lange 1815 chronograph does not have much to write, but the chronograph hands made of blue steel can still give people a bright feeling, while the case made of white gold and silver Dial, pure white flawless color not only makes the blue hands more eye-catching, but also the classic elegance of the entire watch.