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The word combination Datograph refers to extraordinary complications. While "Dato" reproduces the patented large date in two separate display boxes, the word part "graph" stands for technically sophisticated chronograph (time recorder) functions. The main dial in solid silver Black/Argenté with 3 central hands and bright subsidiary dials for small seconds and minute counter is stylistically perfect. An up/down display divided into four sections of 15 hours each clearly indicates 60 hours of autonomy. Flyback function, tachymeter scale and water resistance up to 3 ATM complete the watch for ambitious men in business, sport and hobby. Sapphire crystal completes the round, presentable 41 mm case. An exposed back reveals insights into the L951.6 calibre chronograph movement with 46 jewels.

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The Saxonia watch family features two hand-wound Datograph up/down versions: case and hands in platinum or pink gold. Black or brown, hand-stitched crocodile leather straps with buckle harmoniously complement each other. Hour and minute hands in rhodium-plated gold and blued steel, as well as bar indices at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o'clock, glow in the dark against the dial background. The brand, origin and model names are integrated into the design. The Flyback characteristic is based on the construction of the control wheel, with the start/stop zero setting being automated via column wheels. Simple stop time, addition and comparison measurements can be carried out to the nearest fifth or sixth of a second. Its own oscillation system records 18,000 half oscillations per hour. "Lumen", a special platinum model limited to 200 pieces, fascinates with its semi-transparent dial and comprehensive, noctilucent coating in fluorescent green.

Watch connoisseurs, enthusiasts and collectors associate the German Lange & Söhne brand with top quality worldwide. Founded in 1845 by Ferdinand Adolph Lange, the company experienced eventful times: Bomb destruction of the main building in Glashütte/Saxony, expropriation and nationalisation during the GDR era, refoundation in 1990. The result is a sum of elaborate watchmaking art, sophisticated technology, hand-finished design and complex construction. Son Walter Lange aptly put it this way: "There is something you should demand not only of a watch, but also of yourself: never to stand still".

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