There are all kinds of watches for you to choose from including the Patek Philippe, Piaget, Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Cartier, Tag Heuer, Panerai, IWC, Hublot etc. I do not know whether you know about the A. Lange & S?hne or not, here we are going to learn more about it so that you can make your decision on buying it or not.
In the past years, we have seen a lot of 1815 series watches. Even with a tourbillon, most of them are quite simple, but displays time in a funny way. The tourbillon looks big, and it is really big. Maybe it is not the biggest tourbillon; it is half size of the dial. This might be the biggest tourbillon that A. Lange & S?hne ever produce. It measures 13.2mm and you can see components deep in the movement. This 1815 movement has something funny that you cannot find in the past two old components. A. Lange & S?hne released the Cabaret tourbillon which is a second-stop movement, which means you can stop the tourbillon when you pull out the crown and resume it when you push it back. It aims at improving the precision of the movement. It can not only stop tourbillon, it can also reset second hand to zero.
A. Lange & S?hne 1815 Up/Down updated itself in 2013, and was presented in the 2013 SIHH. A. Lange & S?hne 1815 Up/Down 2013 is the most classic edition in the whole series, and is the one I love most. What’s more, A. Lange & S?hne 1815 Up/Down offers rose gold and yellow gold edition. This A. Lange & S?hne 1815 Up/Down 2013 reaches 39 mm of case diameter, but only measures 8.7mm. The case is polished to reach its balance. It is not only graceful, it is also well-produced. So it is perfect.