An exciting development for A. Lange & Sohne will be displayed for the first time at the upcoming SIHH 2010 industry exhibition, the Lange 1 Daymatic. As the first self-winding movement to appear in the line, it will surely be drawing some attention to itself at the event. The Daymatic has the easily recognizable Lange 1 look with one very big exception - the classic Lange 1 displays have been reversed. The manual Lange 1 watches have the off-centered time display on the left side of the dial and the date on the right hemisphere respectively, the Lange 1 Daymatic switches things in reverse. The delivery of this watch is estimated to be sometime in mid 2010.

The case of the Case A. Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Daymatic watch measures 39.5 millimeters by 10.4 millimeters and will be available in Yellow gold, Pink gold, Platinum. Each dial will be produced in solid silver with the variations being champagne, argenté and rhodié. The hands will compliment the chosen case and will be constructed of Yellow gold, Pink gold or Rhodiumed gold. The dial and case-back are protected by sapphire crystal with a hardness rating of 9. Each watch will be completed by a hand-stitched crocodile strap and a Lange prong buckle in solid gold or platinum.

The Daymatic is powered the caliber L021 self-winding movement which measures 31.6 millimeters in diameter and 6.1 millimeters high. The movement has been crafted to the most exacting Lange quality standards and decorated and assembled by hand. The movement is made up of 426 individual parts which includes 67 jewels and 7 screwed in gold chaton. The movement allows for a power reserve of 50 hours when fully wound. The functions include: hours and minutes, subsidiary seconds with stop seconds, patented outsize date, retrograde day-of-week display. References 320.021 320.032 320.025. This watch is estimated to be in the $50,000 and up range.

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