This $250K luxury watch runs correctly for the next 28,627 days!

Ever seen a watch that displays the correct time and date for the next 79 years? Well, look no further!
Because in this video, I am showing you the A. Lange & Söhne 1815 Rattrapante Perpetual Calendar – a very special (and German watch) that is going to show the correct time and date until 1st of March in 2100!

What are your thoughts on this watch? Could this be one of those exit watches for you?
Let me know what you think in the comments down below!

Thank you so much for watching!
Jenni ❤️

0:00 Intro
0:33 What does 1815 mean?
2:00 What does Rattrapante mean?
4:22 Explaining a perpetual calendar
5:58But why ‘only’ until 1st March 2100?


  1. If you had 28 thousand days

    Who would you love?

    Where would you go?

    What would you celebrate?

    I'm telling you that life's too short to just throw it away

    So have the time of your life,

    So have the time of your life

    Hey, ey, ey

  2. And now we'll wait for the triple split 😀 Awesome presentation, Jenni! Thanks for highlighting the technical part as this isn't explained in lots of other videos featuring this watch.

  3. I can admire the skill to build that watch and I truly love all my mechanical watches, but really, let's face it, if I want a perpetual calendar with stop watch and laptimers, I just buy a Casio!

    No, wait, I ALREADY HAVE such a Casio, about 6 of them…

  4. A complicated watch like this requires regular factory servicing intervals of approximately 5 years. So there is no practicality to claims of its capability of running for 79 years without adjustment. Also, it will occasionally need to be stopped and reset because it will periodically gain/lose enough seconds per day that the time will be far from accurate. Lastly, it requires winding every other day or so. Forget to wind it or go on vacation without it, and the watch will stop and require resetting. So the most realistic claim is that the watch will run accurately for up to several days at a time. It costs $250K because it's a meticulously crafted work of art and master engineering (that really serves no practical purpose other than it's really cool and an incredible thing to behold).

  5. Great episode and lovely A. Lange & Sohne. We recently started our YouTube channel talking watches, reviewing luxury timepieces and collector's timepieces. Follow along as we will give away great goodies at every milestone!

  6. This watch is Art. If someone told me they would give me this or the Mona Lisa without the ability to resell, I would choose this watch every time. That said, I also note that my cheap in comparison dive watch has more functionality for everyday use. For me, a dive bezel is more useful than any chronograph. I'm still glad that you showed us this magnificent piece in detail.

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