The most common features of A Lange Sohne wristwatches are a chronograph and a date aperture. It occurs because these two indicators are most useful for users, and they don’t affect the price of a timepiece as much as a moon phase, a power reserve display, or a tourbillion do. For instance, the Tourbograph Pour le Merite 712.050 model with a bunch of complications and a tourbillion costs more than $500,000. Meanwhile, it is possible to buy a basic A Lange Sohne wristwatch with a chronograph for about $30,000.

The 1815 Up Down 234.026 item is one of them. It comes with an 18K white gold case, a black alligator leather band with a gold buckle, and a silver-tone dial. The latter is equipped with blue-tone hands, black Arabic numerals, a power reserve window, and a chronograph. Both displays are powered by hand-winding movement. Furthermore, this A Lange Sohne chronograph is available in a yellow gold case with a brown leather strap. The 234.032 item has a similar price, and costs approximately $30,000.

Another amazing piece is the A Lange Sohne Lange 1 101.039 Chronograph Watch. Its price is higher than the previous one, and it reaches $35,000. This timepiece is available in an 18K white gold case attached to a black strap made of alligator skin. Its silver-tone dial features a power reserve indicator, a date aperture, and two sub-dials: the bigger one displays time, and the smaller one is reserved for a chronograph. Moreover, the A Lange Sohne Lange 1 101.039 Chronograph Watch is powered by the Sohne Caliber L901.0 engine with 72 hours of power reserve. As one may note, A Lange Sohne chronographs are rather expensive as compared to other brands. However, if you want to save some money, you should consider its pre-owned pieces.

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