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1815 Tourbillon with Enamel Dial

1815 Tourbillon with Enamel Dial

July 12, 2018
Four years ago, in the 1815 Tourbillon, A. Lange & Söhne first combined the stop-seconds mechanism for the tourbillon with the Zero-Reset time setting feature. Together, the patented mechanisms allowed the watch to be stopped and then set with one-second accuracy. Now, this precision timekeeping instrument has been introduced in an edition limited to 100 pieces with a white enamel...
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1815 Homage to Walter Lange

1815 Homage to Walter Lange

December 7, 2017
In honor of company founder Walter Lange, who passed away in January 2017, A. Lange & Söhne is enriching the 1815 model family with an extraordinary complication: The 1815 “Homage to Walter Lange” has a stoppable jumping seconds hand that dates back to a 150-year-old invention conceived by Ferdinand Adolph Lange. In general, mechanical timepieces can be recognized by their...
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1815 Chronograph: Beauty in Black and White

1815 Chronograph: Beauty in Black and White

June 8, 2017
As an extension of the 1815 watch family, A. Lange & Söhne is presenting a further version of the 1815 Chronograph with the stopwatch function. It persuasively combines a white-gold case and a black dial with a pulsometer scale. The ability to measure times has always been one of the most useful and exciting functions of a mechanical watch. This...
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Lange’s 1815 Annual Calendar

Lange’s 1815 Annual Calendar

March 31, 2017
With a manually wound movement, analogue date, day and month indications as well as a moon-phase display, the 1815 Annual Calendar presents itself as the classic interpretation of a complication that is both attractive and useful. The 1815 Annual Calendar is the second A. Lange & Söhne timepiece endowed with the eponymous calendar function. But in contrast to the self-winding...
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