Introducing: The A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Chronograph Boutique Edition (With Pulsation Scale)
A entertaining thing about the 1815 chronograph is that while the new watch, with bigger registers and no throb on the dial includes another development, it is the first 1815 chronograph that has demonstrated to be more mainstream among authorities. Maybe it is that vintage-y throb scale dial, or a marginally less conventional look. The word appeared to have caused it to Saxony as now we to have a new 1815 chronograph, to be sold solely in the 16 worldwide Lange shops that takes the most awesome aspect both worlds.
This watch includes a similar 39mm case, same physically twisted type, yet now we have a blue throb scale over blue numerals on the dial. The hands are in white gold for the hours and minutes, and blue steel for the chronograph clear hand. Once more, this 1815 chronograph shop release is certifiably not a restricted version, simply a piece in little creation to be sold at Lange stores as it were. It stays not yet clear what this will mean for both the qualities and collectibility of the current 1815 and original, from which this dial was acquired. More here .
UPDATE: The cost for this store just 1815 chronograph will be 49,000 euro. A US retail cost has not yet been set.