Patek Philippe-Ref. 5370P Minute Second Chronograph Blue

Patek Philippe copy has just launched a new interpretation of its famous rattlesnake chronograph, featuring a platinum case and a precious blue Grand Feu enamel dial.

The chronograph, which was previously seen using the black dial, was one of the most sought-after complications by collectors. This mechanism measures the intermediate time while continuing to time the continuous interval.

New Ref. Comes with a striking blue enamel dial. The 5370P minute-second chronograph became more attractive, providing a modern feel to the watch, and used gold gold and platinum numbers and blade pointers to make the watch more eye-catching.

The 30-minute chronograph and the small seconds dial are located symmetrically at 3 and 9 o’clock, respectively. The French word “email” is printed on the dial at 6 o’clock, indicating the value of the craft.

The elegant platinum case measures 41 mm x 13.56 mm, with a concave dial and satin-finished groove design on the side, with interchangeable sapphire crystal and a sturdy platinum back cover.

The two buttons at the 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock positions control the basic chronograph function, while the buttons in the crown start and stop the second hand.

Like the platinum case of Patek Philippe, we found a diamond set with top Wesselton diamonds in the 6 o’clock strap. The strap lugs terminate in a beautifully curved white gold convex round convex surface.

The manual winding CHR 29-535 PS movement, with two cylindrical gears and horizontal clutch, has a number of patented optimization techniques to reduce wear and maintenance requirements.
The movement beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour, providing a power reserve of 55 to 65 hours (when the chronograph is released). The finishes certified by the Patek Philippe seal are excellent.

Patek Philippe Ref. With a blue alligator leather strap and platinum folding clasp.

Patek Philippe-Nautilus 5726 / 1A Annual Calendar The Nautilus model 5726 was launched in 2010 with a black dial. It is also the first Patek Philippe stainless steel calendar with an annual calendar function. In 2012, the white dial came out.

At the 2019 Basel International Watch and Jewelry Show, Patek Philippe finally launched the stainless steel version of Nautilus 5726 with a blue dial-the color of the original Nautilus model in 1976, the legendary reference model 3700/1.

The horizontal embossment on the outer periphery of the dial and the delicate gradient from blue to black create a powerful and delicate aesthetic, which most collectors and watch enthusiasts consider to be an ideal choice for stainless steel cases.

The new Nautilus 5726 / 1A annual calendar watch has a case diameter of 40.5 mm (from 10 o’clock to 4 o’clock), which is both sporty and elegant, and protects the self-winding movement 324 S QA LU 24H / 303. The beautiful finish and The 21K gold rotor is displayed through the case. Sapphire crystal back cover.

The movement is made up of 347 parts and beats at a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) and provides a power reserve of 35 to 45 hours.

In addition to hours, minutes, and central seconds, Nautilus 5726/1A also displays the day, month, date, moon phase, and 24-hour clock.

Thanks to the smart deflection mechanism system, the corrector for calendar indication can be seamlessly integrated into the Nautilus housing.

The wide hour and minute hands and the white gold hour markers coated with luminous coating have excellent clarity in both day and darkness.

The stainless steel bracelet integrated in the case is beautifully decorated with a polished central link and satin-finished side links, and is secured to the wrist by a patented folding clasp.