1815 TOURBILLON

1815

PROGRESS IN PRECISION

For over 200 years, the tourbillon has been the paragon of horological precision. Presented by Lange in 2008, the patented stop-seconds mechanism made it possible for the first time to stop the tourbillon at will and accurately set the watch. Now, the 1815 TOURBILLON takes this development a step further: thanks to the ZERO-RESET function, the seconds hand jumps to the zero position when the crown is pulled. This allows the watch to be precisely set and restarted with one-second accuracy.

Close-up of movement L102.1 of the 1815 TOURBILLON

MOVEMENT L102.1

For the first time, in the 1815 TOURBILLON, A. Lange & Söhne combined the patented stop-seconds mechanism for the tourbillon with the ZERO-RESET time-setting mechanism. The dial exhibits the typical design elements of the 1815 watch family that recall historic pocket watches: the peripheral railway-track minute scale, Arabic numerals, blued hands and a recessed central segment.

Movement L102.1 of the 1815 TOURBILLON

EXPLORE FURTHER

ZERO-RESET MECHANISM
ZERO-RESET MECHANISM
With the ZERO-RESET mechanism, the movement stops and the seconds hand jumps to zero when the crown is pulled.
TOURBILLON WATCHES
TOURBILLON WATCHES
The tourbillon improves the rate accuracy of a mechanical timepiece by overcoming the influence of gravity on the running of a watch.
TWOFOLD ASSEMBLY
TWOFOLD ASSEMBLY
Be it a simple model or a highly sophisticated timepiece – at A. Lange & Söhne, every movement is assembled twice.
THE 1815 FAMILY

THE 1815 FAMILY

IN THE TRADITION OF FERDINAND ADOLPH LANGE

With precision, perfection, courage, and modesty as its attributes, the 1815 watch family pays tribute to the founder of the Lange manufactory.

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