A Lange & Sohne Langematics Perpetual Review

Let us take a look at the impressive clock of one of the world’s leading watchmakers.

Today we entertain you. A closer look at your new Langematik Calendar watch by A. Lange & Söhne, one of the world’s leading and most famous watchmakers from Glashutte, a Saxon district in Germany.

The Langeamtik team has a history of producing many impressive clocks and this should be expected from a high-end watchmaker like Lange. The exact example we will be looking at today is 310.026 which is an 18kt white gold that comes on black leather straps. Let’s split this watch slowly into granular as best we can without leaving any stone unturned.


The clock features a matte black ring that rotates in the center through three dials. The functions of these small dials will be explained after the dial that describes the time.

The main instrument consists of a printed track track that rotates around the track. Inside the second railway are light dots for every hour / 5 minutes and dots for dual light and at 12 o’clock.

A Lange Sohne Langematics Perpetual Dial

The combination of styles was applied to the set and polished markers: Roman numerals were used at 10, 11, 12, 1, 2, 5, and 7 o’clock and hourly clocks were used at 4 o ‘. clock (clock indicator), 6 o’clock (double-index) and 8 o’clock (single chart). The 3 and 9 o’clock clocks do not use hourly recordings because the area has dials to the right and left of the dial.

At the top of the instrument, below the 12 o’clock clock, there is a small hole in the two windows that reflects the day of the moon and a large serif-type shape. At the bottom of the main date window is an A. Lange & Söhne sign on top of the pin between the hour and a minute.


The interesting thing about small printers is that each of the three sub-registers has two functions. Let’s find out more about each of the activities that are found within these small music.

  • 3 o’clock location: The registrar on the right has two dials. One shows a moon with a small, polished hand. It also has a small “sub-sub” sound in a different color that reflects the year in the 4 year movement in the jumping years we are doing. The advantage of the perpetual calendar is that the date should not be reset. every four years just as the annual calendar clock does. In the wrong place in the middle of the text the word ‘perpetual calendar’ is printed.
  • 6 o’clock location: This small registry is a lunar phase window and has a small second connector that uses Arabic numeric numbers in the 20-second, 30, and 40-second segments. and well-printed markers on the second track, indicated by a thin, polished hand. The term SAX-O-MAT, in terms of its management, is printed in the wrong place on this sub-dial.
  • 9 o’clock: This little instrument has two polished hands. One refers to the day of the week printed in serif format outside of this song. In the center of these subdivisions are a day and night sign indicating that the lower half of the region is divided by a flexible base with many colors showing day and night with a small hand.

A Lange Sohne Langematics Perpetual Luminous Material


Big hands tell the present and are made of 18kt white gold. The hour, the minute, the day, the hands of the moon are all smooth and polished and filled with bright objects to reflect the light of the day.

A Lange Sohne Langematik Eternal Crown and Pusher


The solid 18kt white gold fabric measures 38.5mm inches and 10.2mm thickness. It has a polished (non-circular) bezel ring with a chamfered edge that meets the center pouch which gives the shape of polished lines along its side. Horn-shaped polished circles are twisted into a polished bag to lift backwards from the top by breathing on the back.

The left and right sides have a fixed punch and a twisted crown, and these are used on the calendar and set the exact time.

A Lange Sohne Langematik Endless Case of Diligent Pushing Refreshers


Printed with 6 straps, the back has a clear sapphire crystal, unmatched by scratches, which allows you to see the dramatic movement.


This watch is powered by indoor motion; movement of A. Lange & Söhne caliber L922.1 SAX-O-MAT. It rotates at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour (or 3Hz) and contains 21kt heavy gold self-propelled.

A Lange Sohne Langematics Perpetual Caliber L922.1


One of the great features of the Lange watch is the way the various dishes are finished and decorated. Their watchmakers use Glashütte’s ribs (very similar to the Côtes de Genève / Geneva stripes), Perlage (the shape of the round loop circles), polished brushes, line brushes, and round prints. The measuring rooster is also skillfully engraved, by hand, and various other inscriptions are drawn or drawn on many sections and plates. Results? With amazing skill!

The combination of all these different finishing techniques makes its movement look very visual, and thanks to the handwriting, it is a unique painting like anything you can find in a museum. Many of the latter methods are true so complex, which you can’t fully appreciate what goes without using a loop or the best tools for great photography.

Blue straps and pink watch straps add a touch of color to many plates and accessories at caliber L922.1. It has 478 arms and has a storage capacity of about 46 hours.

This move has an exciting “zero-reset” feature where the second hand can be reset to zero. How this works is a reminder of how the flyback chronograph works and is a way of tracking “wasting seconds” by setting the most accurate time.

AL&S exhibited this work on another watch earlier this year by 1815 Tourbillon. As a result, although this is an interesting feature where this does not happen on a chronograph but I set the time frequency, this was not the first time they had shown their zero-level setting trick.


It has a waterproofing capacity of only 30m / 100ft and is circular enough to make it ideal. one contact with water such as hand washing or contact with rain.


Apparently for this unique watch, one of the world’s most respected watchmakers would not stop there. The clock comes with a special display box with a connecting connector to keep the clock from running. Watch watches are essential, especially for regular calendar watches that are difficult to install if the watch has not been temporarily worn and has not been damaged.

The clock also comes with a special tool that is used to position the watch using the various pushers available on the side of the case. To inquire about this watch This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click the button below for more information or to see the most priced prices.


A Lange Sohne Langematics Perpetual Box with Winder


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