Patek Philippe new ultra thin perpetual calendar watch

by 28 June 2012

Patek Philippe launched the world's first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar in 1925, and this year, the new reference 5940 will without doubt become a collector's must-have watch. With a 22-carat gold mini rotor, the ultra-thin Calibre 240 Q allows easy winding when the crown is pushed in, and when it is pulled out, you can set the time. The impressive self-winding mechanical movement with 274 parts is just 2.53 millimetres. The sophisticated silhouette of this yellow gold watch steals the spotlight everywhere it goes.

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