The Beyer Watch

The design of this watch emulates the giant timepiece that hangs outside the Beyer shop. It has served as a trademark for decades, and can be seen from a long way off on the Bahnhofstrasse.

(Kopie 2)

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Datograph Perpetual / Ref. 410.032

Chronograph with flyback and precisely-jumping minute counter
Perpetual calendar
Moon-phase display
36 hours power reserve
Pink gold 750
Case diameter 41,0 mm

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Lange 1 time zone / Ref. 116.025

Home time coupled with the outsize-date display
Zone time with city rin
Separate day/night indicators for home and zone times
Gangreserveanzeige AUF/AB
UP/DOWN power-reserve indicator
Platinum 950
Case diameter 41,9 mm

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1815 Tourbillon / Ref. 730.025

One-minute tourbillon with patented stop-seconds
and patented ZERO-RESET mechanism
72 hours power reserve
Platinum 750
Case diameter 39,5 mm
Limited by 100 piece

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Lange 1 / Ref. 101.021

Yellow gold 750
Hand-winding movement
Sapphire-crystal glass and caseback
Case diameter 38.5 mm
Crocodile leather strap

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Lange 1 Daymatic / Ref. 320.021

Yellow gold 750
Automatic movement
Sapphire-crystal glass and caseback
Case diameter: 39.5 mm

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Saxonia annual calendar / Ref. 330.026

White gold 750
Automatic movement
Annual calendar with outsize date moon-phase display
Sapphire-crystal glass and caseback
Case diameter: 38.5 mm

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Langematik Perpetual / Ref. 310.032

Pink gold 750, automatic movement
Perpetual calendar with outsize date
Moon-phase display, Sapphire-crystal glass and caseback
Case diameter: 38.5 mm

A. Lange & Söhne

In the wake of the reunification of Germany, Walter Lange bravely resumed the family tradition that many believed had been lost for ever. On 7 December 1990, 145 years to the day after his great-grandfather Adolph Lange had so courageously taken the pioneering step of establishing the watchmaking firm of Lange, Walter Lange arrived in the East German city of Glashütte, where he set up a new company, Lange Uhren GmbH. 
Before long, Walter Lange had assembled a core team comprising the finest craftsmen in Glashütte. In 1994, the first watches bearing the illustrious name of "A. Lange & Söhne" were launched on the market. Since then, the firm has continued to grow steadily and has been responsible for creating a great many masterpieces.

www.alange-soehne.com

Visit to Lange

A. Lange & Söhne fills its fans with enthusiasm over and over again. It was no different at June 2016 when a group enjoyed a guided tour of the A. Lange & Söhne manufacture in Glashütte.

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