*thanks for many photo from the Net
The first black dial model I bought was an #5140p-013. I was captivated by the gorgeousness and bought it on a loan. The fact that I had a special party nearby also pushed my back.
Until then, I had seen #5227black and #5170black(breguet), but unlike the commerecial photo, the real models were difficult to see the time (irregible) and I was hesitant to buy.So you can see how #5140p, who got the power of diamond, killed me instantly? However, it was too gorgeous for everyday use and ended up playing well in just one party night.
After that, when I let go of #5140, it was hard to part from Patek Black and I bought #5107p. I felt that its dauphine hand was larger and easier to see than #5227 or #5170.
Passion for the Black grew steadily, and finally #5370p was obtained through #5960p-016 . In a sense, #5370 is Patek's ultimate goal model.
It has a lot of charm, but Breguet index & lum leaf hands combination also plays a big role.I am afraid actually, that specification (LUM) is also a cause of impairing nobility.
But I like this combination. I know that #5396G-012Tiffany has such a condition, but it is a limited model and it is too expensive. Does anyone else know of this combination model? (black leaf bregue)