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Patek Philippe New Grand Complication Models

Patek Philippe, one of the biggest luxury watch manufacturers in the world, introduced three new models equipped with high complications and excellent craftsmanship.


The novelties consist of three watches. The first one is the 5303R, which is the current standard collection version of the Tourbillon Minute Repeater model introduced at the Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore 2019 and produced with a limited edition of 12 units. The second one is the 5370P, 18K white gold version of the platinum case and hand-wound split-second chronograph model debuted in 2015. Finally, the third one is the perpetual calendar chronograph, 18K yellow gold case 5270J.


5303R – Minute Repeater Tourbillon

By gathering the Minute Repeater and Tourbillon, which are the two most special complications of the world in the same case, the 5303R is getting ready to give its user a visual and auditory feast thanks to its transparent sapphire crystal dial. The model’s 18K rose gold case measures 42mm x 12,13mm and offers no water-resistance. Equipped with sapphire crystals on both sides, the case is resistant to dust and moisture. The new model ticks by the hand-wound Caliber R TO 27 PS movement. 356 parts/28-jewels movement beats at a frequency of 21600vph and offers a 40-48-hour power reserve.

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5370P – Split Second Chronograph

The 18K white gold version (5370P), which is considered as one of the most special chronographs ever, is among the novelties. The new model comes with a 41mm x 13.56mm case, which is equipped with sapphire crystals on both sides and is water-resistant to 30 meters. The enamel dial features a tachymeter scale and Breguet style numerals. The new model is powered by the hand-wound Caliber CHR 29-535 PS. The 312 parts/34 jewels movement measures 29.6mm x 7.1mm, beats at a frequency of 28800vph, and offers a power reserve of 55-65 hours. The model comes on a matching blue alligator strap that is secured by an 18K white gold folding buckle.

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5270J – Perpetual Calendar Chronograph

The 5270 model family, which appeared as the modernized version of the Ref.1518 model produced in 1941, one of the iconic designs of Patek Philippe, finally got the 'J' coded version with an 18K yellow gold case. The case measures 41mm x 12.4mm and is water-resistant to 30 meters. Considered as one of the most modern and exclusive perpetual calendar chronographs in the world of watches, the model is powered by the manual-winding Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q. 456 parts/33-jewels movement measures 32mm x 7mm, beats at a frequency of 28800vph and has a power reserve of 55-65 hours. The new model comes on a brown alligator strap secured by an 18K yellow gold folding buckle.

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