That´s a reminder! Just in case you are interested in buying one of the 100 made. The watch is sold for 295.000 Euro – of course unaffordable for the most of us. So I invite you to at least enjoy the new pictures.
These are THE MASTERPIECES that keep the horological dream alive.
Simply stunning, simply perfect, simply WOW.
The A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon mirrors perfect understatement and German watchmaking at its very best.
January 18th this year I the first time presented you the masterpiece …
Now the A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon makes its way to the retailers. Maybe an occasion to see the watch in real if you wish. And a reminder if you can afford to by this ticking dream.
I do encourage you to at least try to see the watch in real. Guys, this is a MUST HAVE SEEN!
Since 2006 the name Datograph Perpetual has stood for the ingenious combination of a flyback-chronograph and with a perpetual calendar. Ten years on, this fascinating timepiece is now available with an added tourbillon – although at first glance, the only clue is in the name on the dial. That is because the tourbillon can only be seen by looking through the sapphire-crystal caseback.
German watchmaking at its very best?
For the watchmakers, integrating this outstanding mechanism into this timepiece it was a much more challenging task than might be expected. That is because the 729-part calibre L952.2 movement was not simply constructed module by module. Instead, A. Lange & Söhne decided on a more elegant but more complicated solution: within the movement, which was rebuilt from scratch, the three complications that give the watch its name were all connected to form an integrated whole.
The chronograph is equipped with a column-wheel mechanism, a precise jumping minute counter and a flyback-function. The jumping perpetual calendar is paired with a moon-phase display and a Lange outsize date. And a glance through the sapphire-crystal caseback into the movement – hand-decorated in accordance with the highest watchmaking standards – makes it clear how the chronograph mechanism was arranged around the tourbillon. Thanks to the patented stop-seconds mechanism, the balance wheel is momentarily brought to a standstill when the crown is pulled, so that the watch can be set with one-second accuracy.
The production is limited to just 100 watches.
Expensive, but worth the money!
295.000 Euro including 20 % VAT here in Austria.
Ranks among the finest and most precious ever manufactured timepieces. The Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon is a class of it´s own!
I would like to have one!
What a dream!
Let us at least enjoy these pictures … 🙂