I guess the reasons for its low popularity include: 1. Increased supply from Patek 2. The separated 3 hands layout is unfamiliar to most people, resulting in difficulty at time reading 3. The minimalist or futuristic dial doesn’t match the conventional im
In addition to the unusal lay-out, the brushed dial is mesmerizing IMO. When it was first shown in the Patek magazine but before it was finally released, the 5235 created quite a buzz and I for one was excited about this new model. Somehow the excitement
Dear All Would like to share with you this uncommon/ non-orthodox reference. It only arrived at market around 2 years after its launch in 2011, heard that because of the difficulty in manufacturing the unique 260 caliber inside. It was a sought after refe
These are the official pictures taken from Patek's site (please see patek.com for the full catalog), respectively of references: 5531R (R 27 HU); 5303R (R TO 27 PS); 6002G (R TO 27 QR SID LU CL); and 6300G (300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM). Cheers.
For this forum, our members tend to be passionate Patek fans. Hence, even (or especially !!!) for the owners of more expensive pieces, they want to enjoy and admire their Pateks by wearing and inspecting them. For me, I wear my 5131 enamel world time watc
During pre-COVID times, were you able to wear your Grand Complication to work (assuming office job) and during commute which may involve some street/subway/sidewalk environments? I'm curious because I don't know if these pieces are most often left in the