At Watches and Wonders 2023, Patek Philippe introduces 17 new watch references that enrich its vast range of collections, with innovative technical and aesthetic features. Continuing its reputation for crafting exquisite horological masterpieces, the latest additions to the Patek Philippe family hold true to their historic values.
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Today, Patek Philippe introduces the first chronograph model in its Pilot style watch family, combined with a Travel Time function and a date indication by hand coupled with local time.
This new self-winding 42mm model, with its original and highly recognisable aesthetic, is offered in a white gold version and presented with a sunburst blue-grey (Ref. 5924G-001) or khaki green lacquered dial (Ref. 5924G-010). A grained navy blue calfskin strap or olive green strap featuring a vintage finish, are presented to compliment the two elegant dial colours. Each dial bears applied numerals and sword-shaped hands in white gold with a luminescent coating.
Behind the beautiful dials, at the beating heart of the piece, lies the self-winding mechanical movement Caliber CH 28‑520 C FUS, which boasts a 45-55 hour power reserve.
Water-resistant to 30 metres, the Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time Chronograph allows the wearer an insight into the mechanical masterpiece, through a sapphire crystal case back.
Patek Philippe expands its iconic Calatrava collection at Watches and Wonders 2023, with three new 40mm white gold timepieces featuring a modern, graphic style.
The ebony black dials are distinguished by their rhythmic geometry, enhanced by three types of finishing. At the centre of each is an embossed “carbon” pattern.
This dynamic design of the new Patek Philippe Calatrava is enhanced by touches of yellow (6007G-001), red (6007G-010) or sky blue (6007G-011) on the counters and seconds hands and is also visible on the stitching and lining of the black calfskin straps with their embossed “carbon” pattern.
At the heart of the entirely polished white gold case beats the self-winding caliber 26-330 S C with date at 3 o’clock and stop seconds. This remarkable movement boasts a power reserve of 35-45 hours.
The Patek Philippe Aquanaut Luce collection welcomes a new, practical, and easy-to-use complication for ladies, the patented Annual Calendar. This complete day/date/month calendar requires only one manual correction per year, at the end of February.
The manufacture is, with this latest release, enriching its offer of complicated ladies’ watches with a non-gem set model.
The iconic design of the rose gold case and bezel with a rounded octagonal shape is enhanced by the contrast between polished and satin-brushed finishes. The contemporary “sporty chic” style is reinforced by the blue-grey dial and composite strap with Aquanaut pattern.
Powered by the Caliber 26‑330 S QA LU self-winding mechanical movement, visible through a sapphire crystal caseback, the new Aquanaut Luce Annual Calendar boasts a 30m water resistance and a power reserve of 35-45 hours.
Patek Philippe has created a new alliance between Haute Horlogerie and Haute Joaillerie by reinterpreting its most complicated wristwatch in a white gold version set with 118 baguette-cut emeralds (7.87 cts) and 291 baguette-cut diamonds (20.54 cts), using the “invisible setting” technique.
Among the 20 remarkable complications are five acoustic functions, including two patented world exclusives, an alarm sounding the programmed time and a date-repeater striking the date at will. The reversible double-sided case is distinguished by its patented swivel mechanism, enabling it to be worn with either dial visible.
The 49.4mm Grandmaster Chime Haute Joaillerie is presented on an alligator leather strap with square scales and a secured by a gem set fold-over clasp.
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