A. Lange & Söhne VIP Dinner, Singapore


Sincere Fine Watches & A. Lange & Söhne Launch

The 1815 Tourbillon in Singapore

On 12th November, Sincere Fine Watches continued its annual tradition of hosting an exclusive dinner for 40 of their A. Lange & Sohne owners and collectors by partnering up with the brand to launch the 1815 Tourbillon at the trendy Bacchanalia. This beautiful venue was transformed into three distinct spaces to take the guests slowly through the journey of discovering the 1815 Tourbillon – the Academy where the 1815 Tourbillon would be introduced to the guests; the Dining Area where guests would indulge in conversation about this special timepiece over food and wine; and the Tourbillon room where the 1815 Tourbillon would finally be unveiled for the first time that evening.

Located at the historic Masonic hall, guests were welcomed into the restaurant and led into the cocktail area where A. Lange & Sohne’s trainer, Chris Leung, gave an in-depth introduction of the 1815 Tourbillon, highlighting the level of precision achieved through two of the brand’s finest mechanical achievements – the stop-seconds tourbillon and zero reset function.

Guests were then led to the dining area, where Mr. Ong Ban, CEO of Sincere Fine Watches, spoke of the special relationship that was forged more than 20 years ago between Sincere Fine Watches and A. Lange & Sohne, and how the 1815 Tourbillon has once again proved the brand’s prowess to deliver technical precision whilst always maintaining its distinctively classic aesthetic.

Dinner began with much conversation by like-minded fans of the brand and when dessert was served, guests were taken in groups to view the 1815 Tourbillon in the special Tourbillons room. Guests took turns to try on the timepiece and view the elegant tourbillon up close. Many marvelled at the braking balance from within the rotating tourbillon cage, and admired the crisp, clean lines of its design.

The evening ended with Sincere’s guests truly appreciating this new addition to the 1815 collection in the company of fellow watch enthusiasts.

November 12, 2014