I really wonder how a 5167R would look with a leather strap. I did see one through Google but it’s uncommon and I can’t think of a good color beside brown that might match well. Unfortunately, I may not have an answer any sooner as I went for a Camille Fo
I Had a great experience at Henri Stern NYC to purchase and also size some new straps for my PP watches ! awesome 5110 WALL CLOCK the strap doctor is in ! the first patient:cutting some rubber 5167 straps for my aquanaut perfect fit now !!!! insanely comf
So Rubber b did what PP wouldn’t. What are your thoughts? I wanted to purchase different color straps for my 5164R from PP, but I was declined. Has anyone seen these in the flesh? From the photos, they look like a good alternative. I was always of the opi
with wrists less than 6.3 inches (16cm) the watch feels just perfect due to its slender profile. i feel the 40mm size 5167 is fantastic and fear if patek transitions the aquanaut size to 43mm (5168) it may grow too imposing for my slender wrists. best wis
I love the 5167R, more than the A version but it seem like the 5167A is getting more love and attention, though the same could be said for most stainless steel watches against the PM equivalents. Is it due to A being stainless steel vs R’s precious metal?
For example you can be sure the fabric of the polos is first rate and even the caps feel great (though I don’t have many other caps to compare with!)...The golf bag I remember is of a very good cotton. Even the plastic sunglasses that I wear *daily* here
I started a thread a few days ago asking if anyone was going or had any questions regarding the Independents showing at Geneva. I published the agenda I had in regards to seeing and speaking with several while there. You can see the list in the other thre
Honestly as a “new customer” i find it a little frustrating to not be able to get certain watches because of the hype, but it didn’t change my view on PP, and it shouldn’t change anyone’s desire to put one on their wrist. It’s a market issue, the brand ha