I've also been thinking about mixing it up with my straps and favor a more casual look. I have a blue Hodinkee shell cordovan strap on my 5040J, which plays nicely off the moon disc and dresses it down a bit, and a very casual medium brown calfskin strap
I always thought of the 3940 and the 3970 as siblings, complementing each other. Same basic style and era but differently executed. Both have a given place in a diverse Patek collection. You could argue though, in the name of diversity, one of them should
Iconic is a big word and hence my selection below... no rights or wrongs: CALATRAVA - 5127 - me: 570A NAUTILUS - 5711 me: 3700/1A AQUANAUT - 5167 me: 5065A WORLD TIME - 5110 me: 2523 with enamel PERPETUAL CALENDAR - 3940 me: 3448 any iteration with prefer
they hype is here because of social media and Instagram in particular. Mostly used by younger customers but believe me they will get older and their taste will evolve Nothing wrong with steel sportswatches but they will learn there is more. I only don’t t
Hello, I was wondering what member thought the top 10 iconic models are. Here is my take on things (purley subjective) :- CALATRAVA - 5127 NAUTILUS - 5711 AQUANAUT - 5167 WORLD TIME - 5110 PERPETUAL CALENDAR - 3940 ANNUAL CALENDAR - 5035 CHRONOGRAPH - 507
This is the watch that amazing the world at the end of the 90s. The Patek Philippe 5035 with 315 base movement. A classic piece in the larger size of 37mm - larger compared to the 3940 of the time at 36mm. It became a grand classique from Patek Philippe.