I Think we are seeing too little of this reference at the moment despite so many here own one. So I think it’s time to show this super cool reference no matter which version you have. I just grabbed a few shots of mine. Please join me.
Hmmm.... I’ve been going through a bit of a Patek phase recently. So the number one watch that gets heaps of wrist time would be the 5960p followed by the 3940r. Apart from those two my De Bethune DB25 in wg/40mm is also back in the rotation (God I miss t
Anyone who says it's *bad* has never owned a Valjoux 7750. But it was the one place I expected more refinement from Patek than I got. In all other respects I found the 5960 really superb. I loved wearing it in all weather, with all sorts of clothes, on br
The chronograph pusher action is not at all refined and it hasn't improved in the more recent variants, but that is just the design, not a manufacturing defect. I was shocked by how crude the action is when I first experienced the watch. Every time you re
Hi all. I’m considering buying an early example of this model (standard white dial with red chrono hands from 2015), and I’m doing my due diligence. I’ve read anecdotes online that this model had reliability problems. Does anyone here have knowledge of su
Watchlover42 recently joining this roll call with his gorgeous 5960P gray brings our community count to an epic 83!!! Let’s keep the count going!! 83 we now stand at: P blue 1/1: 1 A white LCFC: 2 A white : 30 A black : 18 P gray : 15 P black : 4 P blue :