Last year, I found myself willing and able to acquire a pretty decadent watch, a 5960a. Decadent in that it was a *lot* more money than I'd ever spent on a watch before *and* decadent in that it's no under-the-radar-shrinking-violet-only-connoisseurs-will
...is that the 5131P remains in the collection, while it was given for safe at many levels that it was being discontinued. In this case, TS would have really (more positively than negatively) surprised many people, including my humble self! Interesting th
I currently own a 5905P annual calendar chronograph and love it and will never sell. But I am not in range at my two Patek ADs to ever to be offered a Nautilus in my current lifetime and I have an insatiable desire for a stainless steel Patek sports watch
Never occurred to me but I guess you can literally just change the dial. How does anyone have one of these - Patek doesn’t sell those dials individually, do they? And I’m guessing Patek wouldn’t ever change a dial for someone?
I own a 5246g and love it. Thinking about the 5960p with what looks like a really similarly colored gray dial. I’m not able to see one in person right now so was hoping someone could shed light on how different the dial colors are (of course the sub dials