A. Lange & Sohne

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The Richard Lange Jump­ing Sec­onds rein­ter­prets the con­cept of the sci­en­tific-ob­ser­va­tion watch by pair­ing the quest for pre­ci­sion with leg­i­bil­ity. A one-sec­ond con­stant­force es­cape­ment en­sures ul­ti­mate pre­ci­sion, while the jump­ing mech­a­nism ad­vances the large sec­onds hand by ex­actly 60 steps per minute. The reg­u­la­tor dial with its large sec­onds cir­cle at the top draws the ob­server’s at­ten­tion to the small­est of the three units of time. The smaller hour and minute cir­cles ar­ranged be­neath it are shifted to the left and right. The sleek plat­inum case with a di­am­e­ter of 39.9mm un­der­scores the func­tional aes­thet­ics of the dial ar­chi­tec­ture. Ten hours be­fore the power re­serve is de­pleted, a red in­di­ca­tor re­minds the owner to wind the watch.

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