Patek Philippe unveils eight new models for men and ladies
A new split-seconds monopusher chronograph with perpetual calendar for left-handed people, in the Grand Complications collection, or the first chronograph version of the women's Aquanaut Luce collection, are some of the novelties presented.
Patek Philippe also surprised with the launch of three new Nautilus references, including the heir to the cult watch Ref. 5711.
7118/1300R - Nautilus
The Nautilus ladies' watch is now available in a new jewellery edition that combines a rose gold case and bracelet with the warm tones of spessartites (garnet). The hour markers are also in cognac-coloured spessartites, in an ogival shape. Powered by an automatic calibre 324 S C, visible through the sapphire crystal case-back. The integrated rose gold bracelet is easily adjustable, from 2 to 4 mm, with the new folding clasp.
7968/300R – Aquanaut
A sleek and contemporary chronograph for the Aquanaut Luce women's collection. This first Patek Philippe automatic chronograph for women is a jewel set with diamonds and sapphires, in baguette cut, in the colours of the rainbow. The white mother-of-pearl dial features the characteristic Aquanaut motif and 12 hour markers, in rose gold, applied with sapphires in rainbow colours.
5373P - Grand Complications
Taking inspiration from the reference 5372, this is the first chronograph with the crown, buttons and dial layout reversed for left-handed users. With a 38.3 mm platinum case, the watch is powered by the CHR 27-525 PS Q calibre. A true rarity that replaces references 5372P-001 and 5372P-010 in the current collection.
5204G – Grand Complications
The new chronograph Ref. 5204G-001 with perpetual calendar and manual winding, caliber CHR 29-535 PS Q, in a 40 mm case, pays tribute to two of Patek Philippe's most prized grand complications: perpetual calendar and split-seconds chronograph.
5935A – Complications
The new Ref. 5935A-001 is the first steel version of a cult watch, combining an automatic flyback chronograph and the World Time function. The opaline rose dial decorated with the "carbon" motif and the charcoal gray gold hour markers make the difference on this future classic.
5990/1A - Nautilus
The new 5990/1A-011 features a steel case and a dial reinterpreted in sunburst blue with a black gradient on the rim. The bracelet has a new adjustable folding clasp that allows it to gain 2 to 4 mm in length.
5712/1R - Nautilus
The new Ref. 5712/1R-001 combines a 40 mm case and a rose gold bracelet with a sunburst brown dial with a black gradient on the rim. In addition to the hours and minutes, the ultra-thin automatic movement calibre 240 PS IRM C LU features: small seconds, power-reserve indicator, date hand and moon phases. The integrated bracelet features the new patented clasp.
5811/1G – Nautilus
The new interpretation of the iconic watch, designed in 1976, reflects its affinity with the original model, with a two-part case. This Ref. 5811/1G-001 features a white gold case, slightly larger at 41 mm, and the sunburst blue dial with a black gradient. The bracelet is equipped with the new patented clasp system. The automatic calibre 26-330 S C is visible through the sapphire crystal case-back, with a minimum power reserve of 35 hours.