The RICHARD LANGE pays tribute to company founder Adolph Lange's first-born son Richard Lange (1845-1932), a bright mind devoted to the scientific evolution of precision watchmaking. With this watch, Lange also revives its tradition of large observation pocket watches that were used not only by renowned research institutes but also served as precision timekeeping instruments in scientific expeditions.
The RICHARD LANGE is a fine observation watch for the wrist; it is designed for superior accuracy and optimised readability. The case has a comparatively generous diameter of 40.5 millimetres. The solid-silver dial exhibits an hour scale with the slender Roman numerals that were typical for the scientific observation watches of the 1930s. The minute scale is subdivided into sixths of a second to match the frequency of the balance. The sweep seconds hand in blued steel has a stop seconds feature that allows the watch to be accurately synchronised with a time signal.
This masterpiece is available in platinum, yellow gold or pink gold with a hand-stitched crocodile strap and a Lange prong buckle in solid platinum or solid gold. Interested observers can study the ticking realm of the Lange calibre L041.2 movement through the sapphire-crystal back.
Following the vision of Ferdinand Adolph Lange to build the world’s best watches, A. Lange & Söhne strives for ultimate precision and explores new avenues in order to advance the art of fine watchmaking.Find out more >
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