New 2014 A.Lange & Sohne go on world tour

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At the Salon Inter­na­tional Haute Hor­logerie (SIHH) in Geneva, jour­nal­ists and retail­ers have enthu­si­as­ti­cally wel­comed the 2014 613_185col­lec­tion of A.Lange & Sohne. In the com­ing months, col­lec­tors and enthu­si­asts will have the oppor­tu­nity to dis­cover seven new time­pieces within twelve brand bou­tiques, start­ing with Singapore.

 

Here are the dif­fer­ent dates of the world tour A.Lange & Sohne:

 

  • Sin­ga­pore (Feb­ru­ary 25 to March 3)
  • Shang­hai (from 5 to 11 March)
  • Dubai and Abu Dhabi (March 9 to 20)
  • Seoul (from March 13 to 19)
  • Hong Kong (from 22 to 28 March)
  • Tokyo (from 4 to 14 April)
  • Munich (from 10 to 19 April)
  • Lis­bon (from 8 to 12 May)
  • Palm Beach (from 12 to 23 May)
  • Paris (A. Lange & Sohne Bou­tique from 14 to 18 May and 19 Bucherer on 25 May)
  • Dres­den (from June 2 to 9)

 

ONE WORD ORDER: THE ACCURACY

 

This year, the main theme of A. Lange & Sohne is pre­ci­sion. The dis­play of moon phases of the GRAND LANGE 1 MOON PHASE, man­u­fac­tured by a patented coat­ing repro­duces the period of new moon to new moon with an accu­racy of 99.9978 per­cent. When it was prop­erly assem­bled and assumed that the watch runs con­tin­u­ously, the next objec­tive was that the dis­play should be cor­rected by one day every 122.6 years.

High accu­racy is obtained by dis­play­ing moon phases RICHARD LANGE PERPETUAL CALENDAR “Ter­raluna”, which is inte­grated for the first time in A. Lange & Sohne watch as the side move­ment. The dis­play con­sists of three discs. Vis­i­ble through a round open­ing in the starry sky disc as the moon revolves around the earth coun­ter­clock­wise. The mech­a­nism repro­duces the lunar month of 29 days, 12 hours, 44 min­utes and 3 sec­onds so pre­cisely that it takes 1,058 years before the dis­play is cor­rected one day. The two springs in the dou­ble bar­rel of this watch deliver a power reserve of 14 days and the con­stant force and escape­ment main­tains a sta­ble level of accu­racy over the entire period.

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The new 1815 VORTEX is also designed with supe­rior accu­racy. It com­bines the stop-seconds mech­a­nism A.Lange & Sohne with the man­ual com­po­si­tion ZERO-RESET, which is also patented. With this com­bi­na­tion, the watch can be set with high accuracy.

 

A. Lange & Sohne has also pre­sented the rose gold ver­sions of , pre­sented in 2011, and the LANGE 1 TOURBILLON PERPETUAL, launched a year later. The col­lec­tion is com­ple­mented by two ver­sions of the jew­el­ery SAXONIA: white gold case set with dia­monds, brown or pearl dials and bracelets crocodile.

 

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