We love chronographs. There’s something about these big chunky wristwatches that we simply can’t stop loving. This is perhaps one of the biggest reasons why the A. Lange & Söhne 1815 chronograph made our eyes go wide when we first spotted it. A true blooded chronograph, this watch is a toned down version of the iconic Datograph watch. However, being an entry-level chronograph doesn’t stop this one from being extremely marvellous. With a 39mm case and a manually wound calibre, this watch has a blue pulsation scale over blue numerals, adorning its dial. The hour and minute hands of the watch are made of white gold. The chronograph sweep hand is made out of blue steel.
The movement mentioned before is a Lange manufacture calibre L951.5; with 306 parts and 34 jewels. With a power reserve of 60 hours, this timepiece displays the hours, minutes and subsidiary seconds and boasts of a pulsometer scale and a flyback chronograph with a jumping minute counter. To complete the look, the watch comes with a luxurious hand-stitched alligator leather strap swathed in a dark blue shade, with a white-gold prong buckle to keep up with the watch’s color theme. The watch will be sold exclusively at Lange boutiques only, with a price tag of €49,000. The U.S. pricing of the watch hasn’t been revealed yet.
[Via – Monochrome watches]