A. Lange & Söhne introduced a special version of the 1815 Tourbillon, which will be available in limited quantities with 100 units, the first tourbillon model with the second-reset feature introduced four years ago that allows precise adjustment. The new model is separated from its successor by a white enamel dial and a 12 marker in red.
A. Lange & Söhne combines the simple and stylish values of traditional watchmaking with the modern industrial technology in the 1815 Tourbillon Enamel (Ref. 730.079F) model. The simplicity of the case and the dial gives its place to glamour of hi-end watchmaking with the Tourbillon cage at 6 o’clock. Tourbillon, which makes a full rotation in one minute, promises both a functional and visual feast with its bright black bridge and patented stop-and-reset mechanism. The first time the brand introduced in the Langematik model in 1997, the resetting of seconds allows a practical setting of the watch.
The hand-wound Caliber L102.1 in the model is revealed with all its beauty thanks to the sapphire crystal case back. 20 jewels movement beats at a frequency of 21.600vph and offers a power reserve of 71 hours when fully wound. The beauty of the movement is crowned with the diamond which is fixed in the fourth wheel bridge with a golden ring.
The model’s dial, which is housed in platinum case measuring 39,5mm x 11,3mm, is fully hand made as a result of meticulously applied long processes. The limited edition marking from 001 to 100, the red number 12 on the dial, and the blued steel hands are only a few of the details where high-level workmanship can be observed.
According to, A. Lange & Söhne Product Development Manager Anthony de Haas, the new 1815 Tourbillon Enamel (Ref. 730.079F) is the perfect bridge between the past and the presence of traditional watchmaking. The new model, which carries all the values of the brand successfully, fascinates not only with visual beauty but also with its technical features as well.