Pattern Philippe Ultra-thin Intricate Calendar Diamond Watch

For many years, Patek Philippe has been paying attention to a trend, instilling a strong impetus for watchmakers to carry forward their fine traditions. This trend involves more attention to complication and super-complexity timepieces, as well as the trend that various complication watches are becoming more popular with women. This can be seen in the first trilogy of Patek Philippe’s 2012 Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show: The classic Ref. 5204 double-second chronograph perpetual calendar watch was released, and Patek Philippe with a patented chronograph movement was announced The perfect ending for the traditional chronograph trilogy. Ladies First ultra-thin perpetual calendar watch Ref. 7140 is a new interpretation of the charm and charm of complex annual calendar watches, and the brilliant diamond setting makes this women’s watch wonderful. And men can choose the new Ref. 5940 ultra-thin perpetual calendar watch; the cushion-shaped case highlights the design concept of the world’s first perpetual calendar watch launched by Patek Philippe that year. These three complication watches prove once again that the generous craftsmanship of this Geneva-based watchmaking company is capable of calmly meeting the severe challenges of the watch industry.
Patek Philippe Ref. 7140 Ladies First Perpetual Calendar
Women always have a passion for things that are eternally transmitted and long-term value-preserving. They love jewellery, and over the past decade they have become increasingly interested in complex mechanical movements. What could inspire them more than Patek Philippe’s perpetual calendar watch?
The new Ref. 7140 Ladies First perpetual calendar watch is an ultra-thin self-winding mechanical watch, with a calendar device that can automatically calculate the number of days per month and accurately display February 29 of the leap year. Classic and elegant design, flawless precious top Wesselton diamonds (bezel set with 68 stones, total weight is about 0.68 carats, buckle set with 27 diamonds, total weight is about 0.2 carats), and the long-term value of Patek Philippe complication watches, Makes this glamorous treasure worn on women’s wrists a valuable asset; no matter how the years change, it will always retain its modern charm. A round case with a diameter of 35.1 mm and a thickness of 8.8 mm, with its classic shape and proportions, it will always be at the forefront of fashion. Combining these advantages with an extremely sophisticated and self-winding mechanical movement consisting of 275 parts, the Patek Philippe Ref. 7140 Ladies First perpetual calendar watch has become the dream watch of modern women because they not only focus on elegant appearance, but also value intrinsic value.
百 Patek Philippe Ref. 5940 ultra-thin perpetual calendar watch with cushion-shaped case
In addition to Calatrava’s rounded shape and Nautilus’s unique appearance, the cushion-shaped case also ranks among Patek Philippe’s iconic case. This classic case from the 1920s is naturally used to match ultra-thin perpetual calendar watches. After all, Patek Philippe first introduced the world’s first perpetual calendar watch in 1925. The strong combination of the two creates the new Ref. 5940 watch, an extremely practical complication watch with an elegant cushion-shaped case of 44.6 x 37 mm. The elegant and smooth lines of the case are deeply influenced by the Art Deco style. It is a classic Patek Philippe case design with timeless charm. Even after years of baptism, it will not kill its breathtaking fashion.
It is also remarkable: the Caliber 240 movement with a 22K gold mini rotor in the splint is only 2.53 mm thick. After adding the perpetual calendar device, the thickness only slightly increased by 1.35 mm, so all 275 parts were installed in the movement less than 3.88 mm thick. Nevertheless, this watch has amazing timekeeping accuracy, with a daily error of only -3 / + 2 seconds. For mechanical timepieces, this result is not trivial. Ref. 5940 features a creamy grained dial that clearly shows the time and date display. With a charming movement and a historic case design, this watch is bound to become the darling of watch collection. Patek Philippe Ref. 5204 perpetual calendar double seconds chronograph
The classic Patek Philippe manual winding watch with horizontal clutch and star wheel features three complex functions, highlighting Patek Philippe’s superb watchmaking tradition. Today, its patented chronograph movement joins two of the most popular complication functions, the perpetual calendar function and the two-second follow-up hand function. The movement number of this super-complex watch is CHR 29-535 PS Q. The perpetual calendar (Q) uses the same configuration as the Ref. 5270 chronograph that debuted a year ago. However, the designers of Patek Philippe have significantly improved the design of the two-second chronograph (R). The new two-second chase-hand separation device reduces moving parts, reduces bearing load, and improves amplitude stability; its patented equalization device ensures accurate overlap of the chronograph seconds hand and chase seconds hand. This masterpiece of micromechanics is housed in a classic round platinum case, beneath the milky white gold dial. Through the sapphire crystal cover, you can enjoy the movement of the movement. The wearer can also choose to replace the sapphire crystal cover with the full platinum cover that comes with the watch if he is not disappointed with the beauty.