The clockwork is probably one of the most modern watches with digital display at all. Its revolutionary approach with mechanically driven, precisely jumping numerals has set completely new standards on the market. This is what the timepiece collection from A. Lange & Söhne has gained many fans - even those who never wanted to resort to a digital watch.
Of course, this innovative and unique concept required an appropriately dignified design. This is ensured by the impressive time bridge, which is both a part of the movement and the frame for all time displays on the dial. The windows with the hour and minute numerals are large and easy to read. They are arranged from left to right - an unconventional digital display form that once again sets the Zeitwerk family apart from the competition. A modern and sophisticated digital wristwatch that is second to none.
Digitality and mechanics combined
A. Lange & Söhne's "mechanical digital watch" was made possible by a jumping number mechanism consisting of three discs, which the designers of the Saxon manufactory worked on for many years. In the end they mastered the challenge. The enormous power needed to shift on comes from a patented mainspring barrel, the exact moment of shifting is controlled by the special tensioning mechanism, which is also patented. With a Zeitwerk watch, you truly hold a piece of the finest watchmaking art in your hands.