Dresden watch manufacturer Lang & Heyne launches their first tourbillon watch -
The exclusive watch manufacturer Lang & Heyne from Dresden launches a tourbillon for the first time with the Anton model. It is a flying tourbillon and shows up at six o'clock on the white enamel dial. The Arabic numerals Five, Six and Seven gave way to the complication.
The flying tourbillon rotates 360 degrees once per minute and allows the seconds to be read via the blue screw of the tourbillon cage. Hours and minutes are indicated by the two hands out of the center.
The watch is fitted with the in-house handwound Caliber IX. It has a power reserve of 55 hours and is beamts at 18,000 vibrations per hour.
The movement is housed in a rectangular case measuring 40 millimeters by 32 millimeters in size. In rose gold on a brown alligator leather strap, the Anton costs €97,580 and in PT on a blue alligator leather strap it retails for €111,860.