SIHH 2014: Introducing the new 38.5 mm Lange 1815 hand-wind (with specs and pricing)

Lange has just unveiled a smaller version of the time-only Lange 1815. It still retains the same 1815 aesthetic and L051.1 movement, but with some minor tweaks to the case.

The new Lange 1815 is largely similar to the current model, with the primary difference being the case size and design. Smaller than the current 40 mm model (which will not be discontinued) at 38.5 mm in diameter, the new 1815 also has the stepped bezel first seen on the 1815 Up/Down launched last year.

While most Lange watches have a bezel that sits flush with the case, the stepped bezel of the 1815 breaks up the vertical lines of the case, giving it a slimmer look.

The movement inside is the hand-wound, 55-hour power reserve L051.1, exactly the same as found in the larger model.

The new 1815 will be available in yellow, pink and white gold, with a retail price of €20,000 (~US$27,100) for the first two, and €21,000 (~US$28,400) for the white. Keep an eye on our SIHH page for updates. Or follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter to keep track of the happenings at SIHH 2014.

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