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1815 KALENDERWOCHE - Pictures & Questions

November 12 2006 at 3:58 PM

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"A. Lange & Soehne congratulates its long-standing partner Uhren Huber in Munich on its 150th anniversary with a new, enlarged version of the 1815 that has been endowed with a useful calendar-week function - limited to 150 watches."

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"With a case diameter of 38,4 millimetres, the 1815 KALENDERWOCHE is positioned between the 1815 AUTOMATIK and the 1815 CHRONOGRAPH. The calibre L045.1 manufacture movement ticks at a frequency of 21.600 semi-oscillations per hour and has a power reserve of 45 hours when fully wound. The movement features a stop seconds mechanism that allows the time to be set with great accuracy."

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50 pieces in PT, 50 pieces in RG and 50 pieces in YG

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The movement:

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The DVD:

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What do you think about the watch in general?

What do you think about the calender-week? I think the calender-week is just common in europe!?

Yes, I like it. But I am not sure if I like it more than the 1815 Chronograph. Have to see it in metal. Will go to see one in metal (RG) on friday or saturday, at my dealer.

Please let me know what you think or know about the watch. Any owners out there?

All the best

oliver

 
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alex
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There was some discussion on this watch some time ago

November 13 2006, 7:18 AM 


 
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small-luxury-world
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Oh my dear I forgot ...

November 13 2006, 7:13 PM 

, but it was posted shortly before I left to Glashütte.

Thanks Alex

 
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