The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds watch by A. Lange & Söhne now shows off a rich pink gold glow.
The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds watch was unveiled in a platinum version in 2016. This year, A. Lange & Söhne has followed it up by a second version in pink gold. It is available in a limited 100-watch edition. It has a unique combination of jumping second, constant-force escapement and zero-reset mechanism. It also has a prominent regulator dial layout.
Richard Lange Jumping Seconds
Second to none
With a focus on the smallest of the three time measurement units, the watch has a blued seconds hand. It moves gracefully along the upper and largest circle of the puristic regulator dial. The function of the constant-force escapement can be seen through the sapphire-crystal caseback. It delivers the switching impulse for the seconds jump. And it also assures constant power delivery for the entire power reserve of 42 hours.
The zero-reset mechanism ensures that the watch is conveniently and precisely synchronised with a time signal. An innovative multi-disc clutch reliably stabilises the large seconds hand. The watch has the Lange manufacture calibre L094.1.
The pink gold finished look is appealing to the eye even as the watch sits elegantly on the wrist. The dial is made of solid silver. The pink gold hue of the case is resonated in the hours and minute hands. Hand-stitched alligator leather strap in reddish-brown completes the sophisticated look of the timepiece. The Richard Lange Jumping Seconds is the perfect watch to have this festive season.