Perpetual calendar chronograph tradition, that Patek Philippe first started in 1941, continues with the newest members of the 5270 family's (first introduced in 2011); platinum 5270P and pink gold case, pink gold bracelet 5270/1R.
Both of the models measure 41 mm in diameter and 12.40 mm in thickness and houses a lot of firsts. 5270 in a platinum case is offered for the first time. The model is introduced with salmon dial, brown leather strap and platinum clasp. The 5270/1R features an 18-carat pink gold bracelet and a black dial.
Models features sapphire glass and water resistant up to 30 meter. Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q runs the piece. Caliber features 33 jewels, offers 55-65 hours (depends on chronograph use) of power reserve and houses perpetual calendar and chronograph complications.