A. Lange & Söhne – Grand Lange 1 Moon Phase – Men’s Watch – 139.032

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In the Grande Lange 1 Moon Phase, the eponymous complication is a genuine eye-catcher. The prominent position of the lunar disc within the hour and minute circle accommodates a diameter of 14.3 millimetres. The display reproduces the so-called synodic month of 29.531 days – or 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes and 3 seconds – with an accuracy of 99.998 per cent.
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Product Details

ManufacturerA. Lange & Söhne
SeriesGrand Lange 1
MovementManual Wind Calibre L095.3
Number of Parts446
BarrelSingle Barrel
Frequency21,600 Vph
Power Reserve72 Hours
Case Material18K Pink Gold
Case Dimensions41.00 x 9.50 mm
Case BackSapphire Crystal
DialSolid Silver, Argenté
HandsPink Gold
Strap and BuckleAlligator Strap & Tang Buckle
CrystalSapphire Crystal
WarrantyTwo Year Manufacture Warranty
FunctionsHours, Minutes, Subsidiary Seconds Hand, Date Display, Moon Phase Display, Power Reserve Indicator, Stop-Seconds Mechanism
Additional InformationThe 139.032 Features 7 Screwed Gold Chatons, A Lever Escapement & A Solid Gold Lunar Disk
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.