View 1 of Lot 309. DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION CIRCA 2015.
View 1 of Lot 309. DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION CIRCA 2015.
309

A. Lange & Söhne

DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION CIRCA 2015

Estimate:

45,000 - 55,000 CHF

A. Lange & Söhne

A. Lange & Söhne

DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION CIRCA 2015

DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION CIRCA 2015

Estimate:

45,000 - 55,000 CHF

Lot sold:

69,300

CHF

A. Lange & Söhne


DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK 

PLATINUM DOUBLE SPLIT FLYBACK CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE INDICATION

CIRCA 2015


Dial: black

Calibre: cal. L001.1 manual winding, 40 jewels

Movement number: 44'623

Case: platinum, sapphire crystal display back secured by 6 screws

Case number: 154'613

Closure: A. Lange & Söhne alligator strap and platinum buckle

Dimensions: 43 mm

Signed: case, dial and movement

Accessories: none


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Launched in 2004, A. Lange & Söhne's Double Split is the world's first fly back chronograph wristwatch with a double rattrapante mechanism. The watch features four chronograph hands, two of which are set to a unique 30-minute register. More impressive than this, both chronograph hands and both rattrapante hands are fly back hands. The Double Split allows the user to measure and compare time intervals of up to 30 minutes, as opposed to a maximum of only 60 seconds, which distinguishes it from other split-seconds chronographs.

The watch weighs over 200 grams and remains wearable and elegant with its robust case and curved lugs. The dial is configured with legibility in mind, with its rattrapante hands differentiated in gold instead of blued steel. The most breathtaking feature of all is arguably to the reverse, where a sapphire crystal display back reveals the Double Split's mind-boggling multi dimensional movement. The elevation of the bridges render the movement closer to a fine sculpture or a geological strata, instead of a watch calibre.