Lange’s New 1815 Rose Gold Model Real Shot

The annual Geneva International Watch Fair is about to begin. The reporting team in front of the Watch House has arrived in Geneva and will bring you the latest and fastest comprehensive watch fair report. Lange’s new 1815 highlights the classic design and the 1815 with a 38.5 mm case. It integrates Lange’s various design marks and is an ideal example of mechanical timing instruments. This watch continues the watchmaking standards that Ferdinand Adolf Lange upholds, and the name of the watch is named after Lange’s birth year.

   An ancient adage “Medèn ágan” (meaning that everything is OK) engraved at the entrance of the Temple of Delphi promotes the spirit of moderation and temperance. And this is the founder of German precision watch industry Ferdinando. Adolf. Lange’s life motto coincided. The same principle also reveals the style of Lange’s legendary pocket watches. These watches are in line with his creative purpose: ‘Every pocket watch is designed as simple as possible and firmly and reliably for its own purpose.’ This product concept also applies to 1815. Its timeless design details and 188 watch factory movement components combine complete functions and exquisite craftsmanship into a masterpiece.

  This exquisite watch is available in 18K yellow gold, 18K rose gold, and white 18K gold. Its case with a diameter of 38.5 mm has been favored by many watch connoisseurs. This watch is also equipped with a large version with a diameter of 40 mm. The solid silver dial’s double-layer design and small seconds at 6 o’clock reminiscent of the long-established Lange pocket watch. The streamlined bezel and slim lugs reinterpret the chic look of the pocket watch. The train track minute scale, black Arabic numerals and blued-steel hands all highlight the classic look of this watch, while making its silver-white dial more legible. This watch is equipped with the L051.1 manual winding movement, which can provide 55 hours of power reserve. The movement parts are finely modified by hand, showing the famous watchmaking technology of Lange. Many traditional Lange features can also be seen through the sapphire crystal caseback, including 3/4 plywood made of untreated German silver, hand-carved balance plywood, screw balance, gooseneck-style fine-adjustment lever, screw fixing Gold sleeves and blue steel screws fully embody the essence of haute horology.
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