Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph

Patek Philippe is expanding its classic chronograph collection with the introduction of its very latest perpetual calendar model, a complication that has always occupied a place of honour in the brand’s collections. This new flagship of haute horlogerie, the Réf. 5270, is fitted with a unique column wheel chronograph movement. The day and month appear in a double window at 12 o’clock, with a hand indicating the date around the moon phase. The leap year is displayed in a small round window at 4:30 opposite a matching window for the day/night display at 7:30. Like all the brand’s grand complications, it has two interchangeable backs: one in sapphire crystal that reveals the complexity of the movement and the elegance of its finishing, the other, a white gold solid back that can be personalized with a dedication or an engraving.


Movement Hand-wound, CH 29-535 PS Q calibre
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, perpetual calendar (date, day, month and leap years), chronograph, moon phase and day/night indicator
Case 18K white gold, 41 mm
Sapphire crystal
Interchangeable solid back and sapphire crystal back
Water-resistant to 30 m / 3 ATM
Dial Silvered opaline
Black oxidised white-gold hourmarkers and hands
Day and month windows at 12 o’clock
Moon phase and date at 6 o’clock
Day/night indicator at 7.30, leap year indicator at 4.30
Instant 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock and small seconds counter at 9 o’clock
Bracelet/Strap Matt black, hand-stitched, square-scale alligator leather with 18K white gold folding clasp
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  • twist55 says
    Classy as! I'd like to own a watch like this but it would look out of place on me....I'd probably just break it anyway.
  • Crazy Cat says
    Bet it costs a small fortune, very nice though
  • Millie says
    Woah!!! What a piece of art this is - it would make a fabulous family heirloom...if only monety grew on trees!
  • bruno says
    changeable backs? sold! nothing better than stuff you can tinker with. bet i would lose the back within the first few days.
  • Sorry, I'm sticking with my trusty old Tag. I'd buy myself a nice car with that kind of money....

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