I was so happy with the recent purchase of this 25-year old Calatrava 5022R. Wearing it for 2 weeks straight I noticed it keeps excellent time, it is fun to look at, and the dial looks spectacular in my eyes. So all was good, yes? Well, unfortunately, no.
I also tried to find more info on it. The PP experts might be able to help. What I know is it's a PP 5022R-001 (R for RG). Made from 1997 until 2003. Manual-wind caliber 215 PS (I believe PS because of the small seconds). It came in 3 golds + platinum. No
Being a Patek fan, I owned 1 Aquanaut and 2 World Time over the years. I still own a 5711. One day I decided that my collection couldn’t live without another PP, so I started searching for a Calatrava, one that is easy to tell the time, has out-of-the-ord
Inspired by SRG and others, I decided to trade my old 5022G for this beautiful new watch that I received today from the dealer. It really looks great — so alive in the different light. Can’t wait to see the different strap possibilities but for now the bl
3520D Calatrava ultra flat 3820R Calatrava ultra flat 5119R Calatrava 5022R Calatrava Breguet hands and numerals 5022G Calatrava (I was hoping the white gold would look nicer!) 5153G Calatrava hinged back military case (white dial) 7200R London edition 55
with Breguet hands and Breguet numerals. I have owned the 5022R and 5022G. The size to me is great because I have a small wrist. The 215 movement is also great as it is a proven and generally reliable workhorse. The movement is small but the case back is
An opportunity has come up to purchase one (2001). Reasonable condition, box, papers and serviced by PP one year ago. Good price too. Just not sure about it given the age of the watch. Any opinion on this particular model?