The most simple, satisfying and graceful tourbillon watches come from A. Lange & Söhne, a German watch producer. In 2014 SIHH, 1815, with its big-size tourbillon, and the simplicity on the dial, immediately draw the attention on it. A. Lange & Söhne rarely produces tourbillon watches, and would not produce them in large scale, but when it does it, tourbillon is just one part of the complication. Here in this A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Tourbillon, we only got time displaying and a tourbillon that also serves as small second counter.
A. Lange & Söhne uses Arabic numbers to display hours, and plus a blue steel hands, it would be easy to read time.
All those advantages can be credited to A. Lange & Söhne L102.1 automatic winding movement. This movement contains 262 components, and works at a frequency of 21600 bph(3Hz), and can works for 72 hours. At the backside of the movement there is an energy reserve indicator that could tell the energy reserve. As a high-end watch, A. Lange & Söhne chooses natural diamonds instead of the man-made stones to build the tourbillon. Through the sapphire case back, you will appreciate the manually-engraved plate. It goes without saying that A. Lange & Söhne’s movement is simple but beautiful and delicate. Back in that age, wearing a 39.5mm size of watch is kind of reserve, but A. Lange & Söhne would not make you feel that way. This is a quiet and easy design, and would definitely attract collectors’ attention. Speaking of the thickness of the watch, it measures only 11mm, a medium size. A. Lange & Söhne offers two versions of tourbillon: a standard edition made of 18k rose gold with a brown alligator belt, and a limited platinum edition with black alligator belt. It will be a great choice for you that worth your buying.