A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon – 740.036

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A. Lange & Söhne Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon (740.036) men’s watch boasts a 41.5mm Platinum case surrounding a black Rhodium dial on a black Alligator strap with a Platinum folding clasp.  A. Lange-manufactured manual-wind Caliber L952.2 functions include hours, minutes, sub seconds hand dial, power reserve indicator, perpetual calendar, moon phases, flyback chronograph & tourbillon.  This watch features a 50 hour power reserve.  This watch is new & sealed in the original factory packaging.
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Product Details

ManufacturerA. Lange & Söhne
MovementManual Wind Calibre L952.2
Number of Parts729
Frequency18,000 Vph
Power Reserve50 Hours
Case MaterialPlatinum
Case Dimensions41.50 x 14.6 MM
Case BackSapphire Crystal
DialSolid Silver, Black Rhodium
Strap and BuckleAlligator Strap & Platinum Folding Clasp
WarrantyTwo Year Manufacture Warranty
FunctionsHours, Minutes, Subsidiary Seconds Dial, Stop-Seconds Mechanism, Date Display, Tachymeter, Flyback Chronograph, Power Reserve Display, Perpetual Calendar, Tourbillon, Moon Phases
Additional InformationThe 740.036 Features 5 Screwed Gold Chatons.
About the Brand

A. Lange & Söhne

When a watch is developed at A. Lange & Söhne, the objective is always to create a timekeeping instrument with outstanding functionality. Ferdinand A. Lange was already committed to the quest for the "perfect watch" and today, each timepiece is still built with the determination to improve its precision, enhance its legibility or refine its convenience.