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A. Lange Söhne Datograph Perpetual

        A. Lange & Söhne (A Lange & Sons) is a German prestigious watch-making powerhouse, founded in 1845, in a small town in Saxony, by a young enthusiast watchmaker, Ferdinand Adolph Lange, who initiated a long heirloom of master watchmakers. After a very interesting historical evolution, the brand grew into one of the most appreciated members of the Haute Horology.

        Nowadays, A. Lange & Söhne belongs to the Richemont Group; and, for the watch-connoisseurs worldwide, the brand’s name is synonymous with German finest watch-making tradition, and elevated quality standards, the embodiment of uncompromising innovation, timeless beauty and mechanical perfection.

A. Lange Söhne Datograph Perpetual in White Gold Picture Gallery

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        Recently the brand created another exceptional variation of the remarkable A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual, a superb elegant timepiece that ingeniously combines a flyback chronograph, a white gold reinterpretation of the perpetual calendar complication smoothly incorporated into the architecture of the stylish grey dial.

         The sophisticated timepiece features an elegant, satin-polished 18-karat white gold case, measuring 41 mm in diameter, which incorporates two anti-glare coated sapphire crystals and a stylish crocodile leather strap secured to the wrist by an 18-karat, white gold prong buckle.

        Designed to please the brand’s demanding clientele the remarkable A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual, maintains the unmistakable DNA of a classical Lange chronograph watch- the column wheel mechanism, the flyback function, and the jumping minute chronograph counter. The skilled engineering team of the brand masterfully intertwined these function with the zest of the timepiece, a perpetual calendar complication that ensures the outsized date, moon phase, day, month, leap years functions and a day/night indicator. The accuracy of the perpetual calendar mechanism does not require adjustments until 2100, a secular year in the Georgian calendar, and the moon phase indicator has to be corrected once every 122 years.

        At the heart of this outstanding horological creation beats the in-house highly complicated hand-wound movement, the A. Lange & Söhne caliber L952.1 constructed from 556 individual parts, which reveal extremely delicate manual high-end finish that can be admired, by a true connoisseur’s eye, through the exhibition case-back of the watch.

        Designed for a powerful, charismatic gentleman of the 21st century, keen on supreme beauty and technical excellence, the remarkable A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual, confers the advantage of 36-hours power reserve, and it will be available for a sky-high price tag of $120,190.00.


 
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