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A. LANGE & SÖHNE

A. LANGE & SÖHNE

Watches of Switzerland is Australia's exclusive authorised retailer of A. Lange & Sohne watches.
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LANGE 1 COLLECTION

The first and most iconic, legendary, prized, design of A. Lange & Sohne. Lauded for its off-centre, non-overlapping dial, outsized SEMPER date and UP/DOWN indicators.

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ZEITWERK COLLECTION

A. Lange & Sohne's most distinctive, and recognisable collection, extolled for its precisely jumping SEMPER digital hour and minutes displays, smiling power reserve. The only collection with with visible striking mechanisms.

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SAXONIA COLLECTION

The Saxonia Collection pays tribute to the history of perfection, the arts, science and inventiveness pursued by the kingdom of Saxony where A. Lange & Sohne was founded. It is characterized by simplicity, symmetry, and meticulous attention to detail. An intrinsically elegant dress watch, predominantly with baton hour markers.

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SAXONIA COMPLICATIONS COLLECTION

The Saxonia Complications Collection preserves the simplicity, symmetry, and meticulous attention to detail of the Saxonia Collection, while integrating chronograph, calendar and other high complications, substantially with baton hour markers and an outsized date at 12 o’clock. Here you will find Datograph, Langematik, Double Split and Lange 31-Day references.

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RICHARD LANGE COLLECTION

References of this Collection reflect the traditions of the A. Lange & Sohne scientific observation watches of the 19th & 20th centuries, championed by the founder’s son, Richard Lange. Every facet of design is determined by the twin objectives of superior precision and supreme legibility, generally incorporating Roman hour numerals.

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1815 COLLECTION

Named for the birth year of the founder, Ferdinand A. Lange, references of the 1815 Collection are characterised by horology’s traditional style elements: Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and the railway-track minute scale.

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1815 COMPLICATIONS COLLECTION

Augmenting the horological traditional style elements (Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and the railway-track minute scale) of the 1815 Collection, the 1815 Complications Collection is elevated by the addition of Chronograph, Calendar and other high Complications. Here you will find the 1815 Annual calendar, the 1815 Tourbillon, 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar, The Tourbograph Perpetual and more.

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BRAND PROFILE

The Lange tradition goes back to 1845 when Ferdinand Adolph Lange established fine watchmaking in Saxony, Germany. Only an exclusive amount of A. Lange and Söhne timepieces leave the manufactory each year, making them amongst  the most sought after timepieces globally.

All movements are developed and manufactured in-house and are crafted in the tradition of the earlier pocket watches, including the exclusive use of precious materials such as 18-carat gold or platinum, for the cases and buckles. The majority of A. Lange and Söhne's hallmark finishes are done by hand, and all watches are 'double assembled' where each movement is assembled by hand, checked extensively and cleaned and finished to the highest standards before reassembling the watch for final testing.  The traditional elements of Saxony’s watchmaking are a trademark of A. Lange and Söhne's timepieces, including the three-quarter plate, screwed gold chatons and the hand engraved balance cock, as well as groundbreaking innovations such as the off-centre dial design and the ingenious Lange outsize date. All these qualities make A. Lange and Söhne one of the finest brands in the world.

A. Lange and Söhne watches are available for purchase at the MelbournePerth and Sydney stores. As an approved watch service centre, we provide an after sales service for the lifetime of your A. Lange and Söhne watch.