A. Lange & Sohne

Triple Split-seconds function: 2018 A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Series Triple Split Limited Edition Chronograph Watch 424.038 Review

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A. Lange & Sohne is known for its unparalleled craftsmanship and high level of perfect craftsmanship, and it specializes in unique versatility and refined sanding. This year, the brand once again launched a new model—Triple Split watch. This is the first mechanical timepiece around the world that can be used for 12 hours of timing.

Amazing work of the brand—Triple Split-seconds technique
Triple Split-seconds watch measures up to 12 hours of extra and comparison time. In the Triple Split-seconds device, the end wheel adjustment of the multiple mandrel configuration is more elaborate on craftsmanship and patience.
When the measurement time starts, the pointers run simultaneously. After pressing the chasing button, the three blue steel hands stop running and show the segmentation time, while the other pointers continue to run. If pressing the chasing button again, the three blue steel hands will catch up with the still running pointer and measure the time in the meantime.
In this watch, the three pairs of chronograph hands also have a fly-back function. Therefore, during the measurement process, the chronograph function can be reset and immediately restarted by pressing the chronograph button, making the operation more convenient.

This case of watch is crafted in 18K white gold with a polished finish bezel and a brushed finish around the side for a refined and minimalist look.

On the silver-gray dial, there are almost four small dials that arranged in an orderly arrangement, leaving more space for the dial. and the entire dial looks tidy in this way.
The three blue steel chasing hands are in sharp contrast to the chronograph hands. Both the hour and minute hands have the luminous effect, and the small details are designed to ensure clear reading time. And the Split-seconds function of this watch has increased about 24 times.

Engraved with the logo of brand, the 18K white gold crown features a non-slip texture offering the easy adjustment of this watch. On both sides of the crown are the timing start, stop and zero buttons. At 10 o’clock, a chase start and stop button can be set to perform long-time and multitask timing.

This Triple Split-seconds watch features a calibre L132.1 that is made by brand, which allows people to the observation of complex chronograph movements through sapphire crystal. Hand-stitched crocodile leather strap with 18K white gold pin buckle, which is engraved with the “LANGE”, showing a low-key and mature charm.

Summary:
A. Lange & Sohne Saxonia Series Triple Split watches are limited that only 100 pieces, and the Triple Split-seconds function is one of the most complicated watches on the Geneva exhibition. Although this Triple Split-seconds chronograph looks complicated, it can be done with buttons in operation, which is very convenient.