Not a mainstream choice, but I like it a lot. As much as most people loves the millennium manta ray Ref 5100, I do find the 5200 case more user friendly and low key in day to day use. The eight days power reserve is more than enough for me and the day-dat
I bought this watch when I still was pretty new to luxury watches. To me, the 5135 was just what a Patek was supposed to look like... in my mind, at least. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was 'the one.' But admittedly, I had not been exposed to this site y
I recall I immediately changed the boring strap that came with this one (a Gondolo) with a shiny red one, chosen among what Patek had in stock...it might also match your dial, among several other options, looking much more fun and less formal ;-) Cheers.
Finding some good pictures of the 5100 on the net is not as easy as we could think... A pity, as it is a great reference which, strangely, didn't meet the success it deserves, though. So here are two I found. ( Credit: Christies ). The Armada, the four ve