A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Chronograph

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A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Chronograph
© A. Lange & Söhne
Lange L951.5
© Lange

The 1815 Chronograph is a wristwatch by A. Lange & Söhne.

After the 1999 published Datograph Lange developed with the Lange calibre L951.0 a new chronograph movement with classical, elaborate column-wheel mechanism, with flyback function and exactly jumping minute counter.

The series "1815" is named after the year of birth of Ferdinand Adolph Lange. The 2010 presented model "1815 Chronograph" is equipped with the further development of this movement: the calibre L951.5 with column wheel control and a stepped snail for the precisely jumping minute counter. It is undoubtedly one of the finest movements of the traditional Glashütte manufacture, which thus underlines again its impressive primacy. A large barrel guarantees the remarkable power reserve of 60 hours.

The "1815 Chronograph" has a dial of solid silver and a case in white gold or red gold. The sapphire crystal sighting window in the caseback makes it possible to observe the magnificently finished movement at work.


402.026 white gold
402.032 red gold


Manual winding manufacture movement calibre L951.5, 18,000 A/h
Flyback chronograph
Balance cock engraved by hand
Shock-resistant Glucydur balance with regulation eccentrics
Fine adjustment system with lateral setscrew and swan's neck spring
Plates and bridges in untreated nickel silver
40 jewels
306 components
60 hours power reserve


18 ct white gold/red gold
Ø 39.5 mm, height 10.8 mm
Sapphire crystal
Caseback with sapphire crystal sighting window


Massive silver, argenté
Lancet hands in blued steel


Hours and minutes indication, small seconds with hacking seconds
30-minutes counter, chronograph seconds hand as central seconds
Flyback chronograph with precisely jumping minutes counter


Black or red brown alligator leather strap with tang-type buckle in white gold/red gold