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A. Lange & Söhne reveals the Triple Split chronograph

The German watchmaker debuts an incredible feat of horological engineering.
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A. Lange & Söhne Triple Split

There are chronographs and then there's the A. Lange & Söhne Triple Split. The company was the first watch brand to create a chronograph with a dual rattrapante function and now they've taken that experience to create the ultimate sports chronograph. 

Comprised of 567 parts, the Triple Split is as complex as they come with a flyback chronograph with triple rattrapante that can not only measure lap-times from 60 seconds to 30 minutes, but can now make measurements up to 12 hours.

If that still sounds Greek to you, think of it like this: What if your watch could measure and compare the times of two opponents, whether that be two race car drivers or two cyclists and do that mechanically without any digital intervention. Pretty damn impressive right? 

The watch will be available in white gold and is limited to 100 pieces.

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