A. Lange & Sohne Tourbograph Pour le Merite 702.025

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    Case Size::41.2 x 14.3 mm
    Also Known As::702025
    Movement::Manual Wind
    Functions::Hours, Minutes, Tourbillon, Split Second Chronograph
    Power Reserve::36 Hours
    Case Materials::Platinum
    Case Back::Transparent (See-Through)
    Dial Color::Silver
    Band Type::Crocodile
    Clasp Type::Deployment
    Signatures::A. Lange & Sohne
    Included Items::Manufacture's Box and Papers

    Strap Color::Black
    The Tourbograph Pour Le Merite (this model in Platinum) is the sequel to the original Lange Tourbograph and is the most complex Lange wristwatch made to date.
    It commemorates the 15th anniversary of the reopening of the Lange manufactory.
    Each watch takes a staggering 30-days to assemble and only one of these timepieces will leave the manufactory per month until 101 watches have been made - 51 pieces in platinum and 50 in gold.
    This remarkable watch is an collector's fantasy.
    The 2006 Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix recognized the incredible Pour le Merite Tourbograph by awarding it and the firm A. Lange & S?hne the Special Jury Prize.
    The Tourbograph'Pour le Mrite' was chosen by readers of the German Sunday newspaper Welt am Sonntag and specialist watch magazine Armbanduhren as 'Watch of the Year 2007'
    Dial: Solid silver.
    Hands: rhodium gold, blued.
    Case: Diameter 41.2 mm. Height 14.3 mm.
    Sapphire-crystal glass and caseback.
    Strap: Hand-stitched crocodile with platinum ardillon buckle
    Movement: Calibre L903.0. Manually wound.
    Fuse-and-chain transmission.
    Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Power Reserve (36-hour power reserve), Tourbillon (visible through an aperture at 6 o'clock), Rattrapante Chronograph (Split Seconds).
    The Tourbograph Pour le Mrite features a 1/6th of a second chronograph that consists of two delicate superimposed sweep hands.
    Both hands can be used to additively time events, the duration of which may be up to 30 minutes. Any number of lap times may be calculated with the split-time mechanism.