A. Lange & Söhne releases a special collection of 1815s in honor of Walter Lange

1815 “Homage to Walter Lange” features a new jumping seconds complication.
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A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Steel

It's easy to be taken aback by the minimalist beauty of an A. Lange Söhne 1815, but behind that pretty face lies a highly complex movement to ensure an accurate time measurement in seconds. The 1815 “Homage to Walter Lange” features an additional seconds hand alongside the 6 o’clock subregister, a function that can precisely jump from second to second and can be stopped and started when pressing the 2 o'clock pusher. 

All of this watch magic requires 253 components in their L1924 movement, which all works together harmoniously to power the watch's functions. Other details include a power reserve of 60 hours, a 40.5mm case in a limited run of white gold, yellow gold, and pink gold, and a special stainless steel version with a black enamel dial that will be sold at auction for charity. 


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