while 5159 and the current retrograde perpetual use 324 movement. There must be some improvement but I'm not sure what it is. Early version of 5050 has problem with stuck date but they have all being fixed. No such issues heard once the 5050 had returned
Hi everyone. Over the past years, I've sold quite a few watches to second hand dealers. About 30% of the watches I buy have to leave again after some time, because love faded away. I'm Always selling to the same 2-3 dealers I've had good experience with.
Not to mention that a new SS sports model in the $18-20k range would instantaneously end up like the 5711 or the 5167 on the secondary market...unless Patek releases it in generous quantities, which will never happen. An elegant step that partly goes in t
The 5110, due to the lineage of the PP world times, easily wins for bragging rights of a complication, however, for practical purposes, I prefer the 5134 for these reasons: (1) the cleanliness of the dial makes it easier to see and read, especially for mo
I am a happy owner of a 5726, 5164, and an AP 15202 and Vacheron Constantin 1921. But I have always had a hankering for a 5711. I am being offered a 2018 5711 with a small amount of money for the 5726. Would I be crazy to consider this trade? I worry that
I love the whole watch! The color, mother of Pearl and sapphires all come together so well. My brother and I bought it for our Mom’s Birthday 2 years ago. I think it suits her very well. Personally I do prefer bigger, more gentleman’s complicated pieces m
That Patek exept from the collectors and watchs nerds like us was totally unknown to "population" probably 3 or 5 years ago (unlike Rolex). Who would be mad enough to put 10s of K€ in a watch Now with easy money and instagram every one wants to show off w