The watch will most likely be first seen (in person) at SIHH and I cannot imagine that with 42 days to go they would release a new model and start selling it so they have one less watch to show. The watch's larger uncluttered dial holds two subdials that indicate running seconds on one and hours and minutes on the other, a single hand that indicates power reserve at the o'clock and big date. The moonphase indicator is built into the larger (hours and minutes) subdial. The moonphase will give an accurate reading for 122.6 years. This is an amazing piece of technology, no matter if it is 17th century technology. More information and pictures can be found here (in German): http://www.ala
nge-soehne.com/news-and-more/buehne-frei-fuer-den-mond-en-us/#/5194. The price tag will most likely be very high as with all A. Lange & Sohne and this one even higher because of the new innovation. Yet as high as the price seems, this is the only company in the world able to combine this technology and beauty in something so simple from the front.
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