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Patek Philippe - three new chronographs with additional complications

The Manufacture is unveiling three variations of the 5204, 5905 and 5930 models that illustrate its expertise in the field of complications, particularly in the measurement of short times.

5905/1A - COMPLICATIONS

Available for the first time in steel, the Reference 5905 self-winding flyback chronograph with Annual Calendar radiates a resolutely sporty look. The rhythmic dial features an elegant and casual "sunburst" olive green color. The integrated bracelet is enhanced by contrasting polished and satin finishes. Thanks to the vertical disk-type clutch, the central chronograph seconds hand can be used as a permanent (running) seconds display. The patented Annual Calendar automatically takes account of 30- and 31-day months, requiring only one correction per year, on March 1st.

 

 

5204R - GRAND COMPLICATIONS

Patek Philippe reinterprets the Reference 5204R split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar in a contemporary spirit by combining a rose gold case with a matching slate gray dial and strap. This rare and refined nuance contributes to renewing the style of this much sought-after Grand Complication. The transparent sapphire caseback offers a magnificent immersion into the heart of caliber CHR 29-535 PS Q, with its traditional architecture (manual winding, two column wheels, horizontal clutch) combined with seven patented innovations and highly refined manual finishing.

5930P - COMPLICATIONS

The Reference 5930 self-winding World Time flyback chronograph is available in a new version combining the brilliance of platinum with a green dial and strap. A combination of classicism and boldness that reinforces the personality of this cult model. The dial center illustrates Patek Philippe’s mastery of fine craftsmanship skills through a circular hand-guilloched pattern. The World Time function simultaneously displays the time in 24 time zones, with an exclusive patented mechanism enabling correction of all displays by pressing the 10 o’clock pusher.

 

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