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SAXONIA THIN

Reduced to the essence

The svelte profile of the SAXONIA THIN is due to the manually wound calibre L093.1 which is merely 2.9 millimetres high. Its technical features include a mainspring barrel that delivers a power reserve of 72 hours despite its compact format. The ratchet and crown wheels are visibly integrated in the three-quarter plate and decorated with spiralling solarisation on the top side.

With its case height of only 5.9 millimetres, the SAXONIA AUTOMATIC is the thinnest watch ever crafted at Lange.
With a case diameter of 37.00 millimetres, the new SAXONIA THIN is only available in 18-carat pink or white gold.

The SAXONIA THIN is the manufactory’s flattest watch so far. It focuses on the essential functions of a mechanical timepiece: the display of hours and minutes. The reduced and well-organised dial architecture with the long baton appliques in solid gold emphasises the elegant personality of this two-hand watch.

SAXONIA THIN – A. Lange & Söhne

The short film shows the sleek design of the Saxonia Thin and its refined details: The flat case, the solid gold applied chapter, the "Made in Germany” inscription and the finely decorated movement. An overall view of the watch follows.

Movement L093.1

Number of parts

167

Number of rubies

21

Number of chatons

3

Power reserve

72 hours when fully wound

Oscillator

Frequency: 21600 semi-oscillations per hour

Beat-adjustment system: Screw balance

Movement measures

Diameter: 28 mm; height: 2.9 mm

Movement Movement