The Peak (Singapore) - - Watches -

Even as A. Lange & Sohne’s en­try-level tour­bil­lon, the 1815 Tour­bil­lon im­presses. In­tro­duced in 2014, the tour­bil­lon in­cluded the Zero-Re­set mech­a­nism and the stop-sec­onds mech­a­nism for the tour­bil­lon ( both patented), which al­lows the hands to re­set to zero when pulling the crown while also stop­ping the tour­bil­lon, thus en­abling the user to eas­ily set the watch to the near­est sec­ond. Fol­low­ing the elab­o­rate Handw­erk­skunst edi­tion of this watch three years ago, the watch­maker presents a new 100-piece lim­ited edi­tion with an enamel dial. This edi­tion is slightly thicker at 11.3mm be­cause the enamel ac­counts for 0.2mm of that, but is a lovely back­drop for the watch’s blued steel hands, black nu­mer­als and red “12” — also printed in enamel and fired sep­a­rately.

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