A his­tor­i­cal stan­dard for time­keep­ing in­spires fresh­faced suc­ces­sors.

The Peak Selections: Timepieces - - Contents -

Reg­u­la­tor watches are a rel­a­tively rare sight in to­day’s watchmaking world, pos­si­bly due to the fact that read­ing such a dial, where all the time registers are sep­a­rated, takes some get­ting used to. In the past, how­ever, reg­u­la­tor clocks were high-pre­ci­sion time­tellers by which watch­mak­ers could set their watches. To­day, these his­tor­i­cal timepieces con­tinue to in­spire new de­signs, like A. Lange & Sohne’s Richard Lange Jump­ing Sec­onds, whose el­e­gantly un­der­stated dial be­lies its im­pres­sive tech­ni­cal fea­tures.

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