Lange L101

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Calibre L101 is a hand-winding rattrapante chronograph watch movement with perpetual calendar from A. Lange & Söhne.

Cal. L101.1 was introduced in 2013 and is used in the A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar. It is a rattrapante chronograph movement with two column wheels. Additionally, it has subdial seconds and a perpetual calendar. The movement features 43 jewels and 4 chatons. The Lange in-house balance spring adjusts using screws and operates at 21,600 A/h.

Description:

Manual winding rattrapante chronograph movement with perpetual calendar
631 components

Functions:

center hour and minute hands
subdial seconds
subdial power reserve indicator
subdial perpetual calendar
subdial moon phase indicator
chronograph with split seconds and 30-minute counter

Data:

D 32.6 mm, H 9.1 mm
43 jewels
21,600 A/h
Power reserve: 42 hours

Production period:

2013-present