The annual watch event, the Geneva International Watch Fair, has been opened. The watch team’s special front report team has begun to work, and they will bring you the latest, fastest and most comprehensive watch fair reports. Now let’s take a look at the big picture of Lange’s latest watch launched at the Geneva Watch Fair.
Since its introduction in 1994, LANGE 1 has been Lange’s masterpiece, which can be said to be the ‘classic sign’ of the brand image. Lange’s newly developed 50th movement sets a new chapter in the glorious history of this collection, which currently has 15 different models. The unique dial layout remains basically unchanged. The only visible change is the slightly narrower bezel size, which makes the surface space more open, while the watch diameter is still 38.5 mm.
Continuing the classic style of the past
The dial layout remains largely unchanged
The latest L121.1 manual-winding movement has several changes. First of all, the switching time of the precise instant jump calendar display is set at midnight. The power required for this process will slowly build up within hours. In addition, LANGE 1’s escapement is now equipped with an eccentric weight balance and a self-made cardless hairspring. The device is located below the hand-carved balance wheel plywood and vibrates 21,600 times per hour. This watch also retains a reliable dual barrel, with a power reserve of 72 hours.
Summary: The five-day Geneva Haute Horlogerie exhibition presents us with a unique visual feast, and we look forward to the report group in front of the Watch House bringing us more Wonderful content.
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