ZEITWERK DECIMAL STRIKE HONEYGOLD

ZEITWERK FAMILY

IN UNISON WITH TIME

The digital time indication of the ZEITWERK models was what inspired the innovative striking mechanism of the ZEITWERK DECIMAL STRIKE HONEYGOLD. In contrast to classic strikeworks in analogue watches that intonate hours and quarter-hours, its ten-minute striking mechanism is synchronised with the digital display. With a low-pitched tone, it sounds the full hours and with a higher-pitched tone every elapsed ten-minute interval.

THE DECIMAL STRIKE MECHANISM

Close-up of movement L043.7 of the ZEITWERK DECIMAL STRIKE HONEYGOLD

MOVEMENT L043.7

When the button in the lower right-hand case flank is actuated, the two gong hammers deflect away from the gongs and remain there. This allows the striking function to be deactivated if required. The technical concept of the timepiece, presented in a limited edition of 100, is remarkable, but so is the material from which the case and hands are crafted: it is honey gold, a particularly hard precious metal patented by and proprietary to A. Lange & Söhne. Since 2010, it has been used for select models of the manufactory.

Movement L043.7 of the ZEITWERK DECIMAL STRIKE HONEYGOLD

EXPLORE FURTHER

JUMPING NUMERALS MECHANISM
JUMPING NUMERALS MECHANISM
The ZEITWERK is a mechanically driven digital-display watch.
CHIMING MECHANISM
CHIMING MECHANISM
Chiming mechanisms make it possible to hear the time.
DECIMAL MINUTE REPEATER
DECIMAL MINUTE REPEATER
The ZEITWERK MINUTE REPEATER couples the strikework with a digital display, relying on the principle of the jumping numerals mechanism.

HOW CAN WE BE OF SERVICE?

Whether you are in search of a specific model, have questions out of interest or need a service request for your timepiece – we are delighted to help you. We are at your service by phone, email or in one of our boutiques. 

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