Adding my growing insanity of getting more straps for my watches- got this gray calfskin to add a bit of a format evening wear touch to my 5270. I now have green, blue, yellow, brown and gray straps for this watch. In addition to calling the fire departme
Note the two models they take "inspiration" from, where pure horology is much more prominent: Ref. 5270 (of which we currently have three versions in catalog), and Ref. 6300. In particular, the latter is the worthy successor of the "Anniversary reference"
Dear Friends, it is with great pleasure that I can officially share with you four new remarkable "high jewelry" Grand Complications released today! Many thanks --- even more than usual! --- to Patek for sending this detailed material to be shared with my
But the initial cream dial hands down ! If you allow me, i would even go further and say that i would not choose any of those two watches in their current "setup". Salmon dial on the 5320 is not really salmon when comparing to P ones, and the 5327 is lack
Hi everyone, i am considering the 5711/1R as a first all gold watch. I have someone offering it to me. I own few nautiluses, complications and a 5270P so never owned a full gold watch and i am just thinking if i should own one. If anyone have any feedback