A. Lange & Söhne introduces its latest horological masterpieces with a new Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar (above - $104,500-$116,000), the Little Lange 1 Moon Phase, and the Triple Split Chronograph. The new Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar comes in a 41.9mm case in 18-carat pink gold or 18-carat white gold and features their new L021.3 automatic movement with a 50 hour power reserve. Alongside the perpetual calendar, the watch also features a moon phase display with a day/night indicator.
Available in a 36.8mm 18-carat white gold case, the Little Lange 1 Moon Phase ($44,900) applies a starry field to a solid silver dial that features power reserve indicator, a large date window, and a moon phase display. Powering the watch is Lange's in-house L121.2, a manually wound movement with a 72-hour power reserve when fully wound.
The updated Triple Split chronograph ($164,400) is getting an update for 2021 with a second version in 18-carat pink gold with a blue dial and rhodié subdials. The watch is powered by Lange's manually-wound L132.1 movement, which features a 55-hour power reserve and a unique triple rattrapante function.