At AD's and then we bitch when there are 8 year waiting lists. Production runs vary during the year which means that you will have a surge of deliveries at certain times of the year. No different to any model. These arent £16000 nautilus but £60k and I wo
1-5!! I have use for a chronograph almost daily, because I give lectures and host workshops all the time. It feels impolite to use my phone to check the timing, because I might come of as "distant". Also, I tell the attendees to put their phones away. Unf
share such “privilege” with Patek. Given the various comments by others, I feel that Patek deserves more than the name of a cocktail or drink. What about a famous character from the comic books !!?? Since Rolex has the Batman (black and blue for GMT Maste
It is easy to damage the case. I do it on my 5960A, for that I use a Spring Bar Plier Remover that allows to un-pin both sides of the spring bar at the same time. See picture attached. With that tool it becomes much easier.
Not just a matter of value, but also client expectation. Basically the Patek 5960 has a vertical clutch automatic chronograph movement, designed to offer superior technical performance and be easier to assemble and service. The Patek 5270 has a manual win
Can someone please explain why the 5270g is twice the price of the 5960g ? Is the price difference justified on a technical level or is it just esthetics? 5270g Perpetual calendar Chrono (30min) Moon phase Day night indicator Manual wind 5960g Annual cale
Received a list a few days ago with many PP models out of production and within, noticed my 5235G on the list. Being an underrated Patek, not sure why people don't like it, could it be a regulator, too plain, I know - it's not a Nautilus. I have noticed a