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
Both the 5100G and the 5100P are beautiful timepieces! However the radiant blue dial of the 5100G is what caught my attention. I was lucky to find one in a good condition. I hope you find your 5100G soon, Nico!
and 5550 is an apple and 5450 the orange. I never bought 5146 just because of the date. But now when I have 5450 I have used to the date window and I am amazed how readable the watch is. In the readability class it is my #1 complicate Patek. At the same t
luckily till now Patek had only a limited number of limited editions. I have refused many because the watches did not impress me. At the same time references like 5100P, 5975P and 5550P really "speak to me". I just bought 5450P. This watch was on the edge
And I blame you for all the time, trouble and money that was needed to find a N.O.S. 5100P. But now the original (too short) black strap is changed to a temporary one with folding clasp and the watch is on my wrist. Thank you ch9698! And a couple of quick
the Watch and the background... ! You forgot to show its underwear... and it's really worth looking at. Patek 5100P Huge congrats again ! (for this one and the others my friend, if you see what I mean...!) Wear it in the best of health ;-))) Best, Mike