The Saxonia collection contains numerous watch models, ranging from the two-hand Saxonia Thin to the Langematik Perpetual and Datograph Perpetual Tourbillon. Other collection highlights include the Triple Split and the
Lange 31. The Lange 31 boasts a power reserve of 744 hours, which equals 31 days. This record-setting watch's high prices reflect just how complicated it is to make. The platinum model costs around 137,000 USD new and 93,500 USD pre-owned. The pink gold model is considerably more affordable, with prices between 83,500 and 100,000 USD.
A. Lange & Söhne Triple Split was the world's first mechanical rattrapante (split-seconds) chronograph capable of measuring intervals of up to 12 hours. This is achieved via three pairs of hands for the seconds, minutes, and hours. When you start the stopwatch, all three pairs of hands begin running simultaneously. Once you press the pusher for the split seconds function, the three tempered steel hands immediately stop while the three rhodium-plated hands keep moving. By pressing the same pusher again, the three stopped hands catch up to the moving hands. This white gold chronograph is limited to a run of 100 pieces and has a list price of 147,000 USD.
A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia Thin costs much less. This minimalist two-hand watch is available as a 37, 39, or 40-mm timepiece. The 40-mm model is only 5.9 mm thick, making it the flattest Lange timepiece. The in-house caliber L093.1 powers this watch and boasts an impressive 72-hour power reserve. Set aside around 17,000 USD for a new pink gold model. Pre-owned, this timepiece sells for about 15,000 USD. The 40-mm Saxonia in white gold demands around 18,000 USD in mint condition. The 37-mm version costs about 4,600 USD less. In 18-karat white gold, the 39-mm edition is 6.2 mm thick and has a shimmering dark blue dial made of silver. Make sure you have over 18,000 USD on hand to purchase this timepiece new.
The Datograph is yet another famous and coveted Saxonia model. This flyback chronograph features an outsize date display and an up/down power reserve indicator. Thanks to the in-house caliber L951.6, this watch has a 60-hour power reserve. The pink gold
Datograph Up/Down changes hands for almost 57,000 USD new and 48,500 USD pre-owned. You can buy the platinum version in mint condition for about 67,000 USD and pre-owned for around 63,000 USD. The Datograph with the caliber L951.1 and no power reserve indicator costs several thousand dollars less. Plan to spend around 48,000 USD for a new pink gold model. Pre-owned timepieces cost about 38,500 USD. Prices for platinum watches range from 44,500 to 53,000 USD.