Lots of news dropped today from Patek Philippe! A new split-seconds monopusher chronograph with a perpetual calendar for left-handers, Reference 5373P-001, has been added to its portfolio of Grand Complications. The Aquanaut Luce ladies’ collection now has its first chronograph version, Reference 7968/300R-001, and it is set with a rainbow of sapphires and diamonds. The premieres also include three reinterpretations of chronographs with iconic additional functions. Patek Philippe also wows the crowds with three new beautiful Nautilus references, one of which is the heir to the cult watch Ref. 5711.
Reference 5373P-001: Grand Complications Split-Seconds Monopusher Chronograph Perpetual Calendar for Left-Handers
Taking its inspiration from its predecessor, Reference 5372, this Reference 5373P-001 is the first chronograph with the crown, the pushers, and the displays inverted for left-handers that Patek Philippe has introduced in recent history.
The 38.3 mm platinum case has a crown at 9 o’clock and a pusher at 8 o’clock and is fitted with a polished concave bezel and a slightly domed sapphire crystal. The charcoal gray dial has a black gradient at the outer edges, a vertical satin finish, and gold-applied numerals with faceted white gold hour and minute hands and red chronograph and rattrapante hands. The watch is powered by Caliber CHR 27-525 PS Q, 7.3 mm thick, the thinnest split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar ever produced by Patek Philippe. The black leather strap, embossed textile texture, and red contrast seams emphasize the distinctly sporty vibe. The new 5373P-001 comes with a sapphire crystal and a solid case back, interchangeable depending on your needs.
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This new Grand Complication Reference 5373P-001 replaces References 5372P-001 and 5372P-010 in the current Patek Philippe collection.
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Reference 7968/300R-001: Aquanaut Luce “Rainbow” Chronograph
Patek Philippe has added a chronograph to its sporty, elegant, and contemporary Aquanaut Luce ladies’ collection for the very first time. The new Reference 7968/300R-001 Aquanaut Luce “Rainbow” Chronograph is powered by caliber CH 28-520, which is also Patek Philippe’s first self-winding chronograph for women.
The 39,9 mm rose gold case is set with two rows of baguette-cut gems on the octagonal bezel using the invisible setting technique. The Aquanaut Luce “Rainbow” Chronograph has a total of 40 white baguette-cut diamonds (2.05 carats) and 40 baguette-cut sapphires (2.31 carats) in the colors of the rainbow. The white mother-of-pearl dial is engraved with the characteristic Aquanaut motif, and 12 applied rose gold hour markers are set with rainbow-colored sapphires.
The self-winding caliber CH 28-520 is visible through the transparent sapphire case back. This new model comes fitted with a red ultra-resistant composite material strap with a Patek Philippe patented folding clasp. Additional matte beige and matte white straps in the same material come with the watch.
Price: 180’000 CHF
Reference 5204G-001: Grand Complications Split-Seconds Chronograph Perpetual Calendar
The new Patek Philippe Reference 5204G-001 split-seconds chronograph with perpetual calendar and manually wound caliber CHR 29-535 PS Q pays homage to two of Patek Philippe’s most prized grand complications.
The 40 mm hand-polished case is in white gold with an olive-green sunburst dial and a black gradient around the edge of the dial. The watch is matched with a shiny olive-green leather strap with beige contrast seams and a white-gold folding clasp. The transparent sapphire case back allows you to view the CHR 29-535 PS Q manually wound caliber and is interchangeable with a solid case back, depending on your mood.
The new Patek Philippe Reference 5204G-001 joins the Reference 5204R-011 in rose gold with a slate-gray dial and strap introduced in 2021.
Price: 267’000 CHF
Reference 5935A-001: Complications World Time Flyback Chronograph
The new Reference 5935A-001 is the first steel version of the Reference 5930 launched in 2016 that combines two well-known Patek Philippe complications: a self-winding flyback chronograph and a World Time function. The use of steel is a rare occurrence within Patek Philippe’s collections.
The dials aesthetic was reworked, and thanks to its shimmering rose gilt opaline, it now has a unique vintage look. The “carbon” motif in the center of the dial is a disguised reference to the decor of the Ref. 6007, a limited edition celebrating the new Patek Philippe PP6 manufacture building in 2020, adds modern and dynamic touches to the sporty aspect of the steel case. A transparent sapphire crystal case back gives a perfect view of the self-winding CH 28-520 HU caliber. The Reference 5935A-001: Complications World Time Flyback Chronograph comes with two calfskin straps, one in grained taupe and one in a beige velvet finish, both with a folding clasp.
The new Reference 5935A-001 joins 5930P-001 in the collection, as 5930G-010 has been discontinued in 2022.
Price: 54’000 CHF
Reference 5990/1A-011: Nautilus Flyback Chronograph Travel Time
As the successor to the 5990/1A-001, Ref. 5990/1A-011 is one of very few Patek Philippe watches that feature a steel case. The dial has been revisited and comes in sunburst blue with a black gradient outer rim. As is typical with the Nautilus, the dial is enriched with a horizontally embossed motif. All the applied hour markers and white gold hands have a luminescent coating. The patented steel bracelet has a new adjustable system that allows you to gain 2 to 4 mm in length.
The CH 28-520 C FUS automatic movement incorporates three distinctly functional complications: a flyback chronograph, a Travel Time function, and a date.
The new Reference 5990/1A-011 replaces Reference 5990/1A-001 and joins the existing Reference 5990/1R-001 in the collection.
Price: 58’000 CHF
Reference 5712/1R-001: Nautilus Moon Phase
The Reference 5712/1R-001 Nautilus comes in a beautiful new version that combines a 40 mm rose gold case and bracelet with a brown sunburst dial and a light black gradation on the dial’s outer rim. In addition to the hours and minutes, the ultra-thin automatic 240 PS IRM C LU caliber displays: small seconds at 4 o’clock, a power-reserve indicator between 10 and 11 o’clock, a date indicated by a hand at 7 o’clock, and a moon-phase display. The integrated rose gold bracelet is easily adjustable by 2 to 4 mm for greater comfort depending on the time of day. Reference 5712/1R-001 has a minimum of 38 hours and a maximum of 48 hours of power reserve and is water resistant to 60 meters.
This model is available in rose gold and white gold version with an alligator strap (References 5712R-001 and 5712G-001).
Price: 70’000 CHF
Reference 7118/1300R-001: Nautilus Joaillerie Ladies
The Nautilus ladies’ watch is now available in a new jewelry edition that combines a rose gold case and bracelet with the warm color tones of spessartite stones. Featuring an octagonal bezel set with a row of 86 baguette-cut spessartites totaling 2.04 carats. The top and bottom of the bezel are set in the darkest cognac-colored tones and meet with a gradually lighter color at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock. Eleven of the hour markers are in ogival-shaped cognac-colored spessartite, while the 12th position is reserved for the date at 6 o’clock.
Reference 7118/1300R-001 Nautilus Joaillerie is powered by an automatic 324 S C caliber visible through the sapphire crystal case back. The patented integrated rose gold bracelet is easily adjustable by 2 to 4 mm for greater comfort and closes with a folding clasp.
Other versions in the Nautilus Collection for ladies include Reference 7118/1200R-001 and Reference 7118/1200R-010, both with a diamond set bezel.
Price: 70’000 CHF
Reference 5811/1G: Nautilus
The original steel Nautilus Reference 5711/1 launched in 2006 quickly became one of the most coveted watches in the world. It was discontinued last year, to the dismay of many. The new interpretation of this iconic watch, the Nautilus Reference 5811/1G, features a slightly larger case at 41 mm and a case in white gold. The dial is blue with a black gradient and white gold luminescent hands and applied hour markers.
The white gold bracelet is equipped with Patek Philippe’s new patented system that can extend from 2 to 4 mm in length. The automatic 26-330 S C caliber is visible through the crystal sapphire case back and has a power reserve of a minimum of 35 hours.
The new Nautilus Reference 5811/1G comes with a pair of white gold cufflinks in the same color scheme as the dial.
Price: 59’000 CHF