Yes, it’s true. Neither version, R or P are listed on Patek’s website as being part of the Collection. I am envisioning a lot of yawns😴 Let’s face it retrograde perpetual 5496 has never been what one might describe as being a “popular” watch. I am certain
...while this reference is arguably a significant departure from the more traditional models. Keep in mind that the technical advances contained in it are rather groundbreaking -- it's the same model that we discussed last year for the Singapore exhibit,
I loved t at launch in Singapore and so pleased they offering one as stared production. Might miff off those buyers that thought they had. A truly unique pice (like 5531 in NY)...now I dont do R but I would even be swayed to move out my comfort zone with
He told me he spoke with HSWA and this rest assured he will personally take care of the issue, regardless of whether I bought it from his AD or not. He has certainly won be over and I look forward to beginning a relationship with this AD once the issue is
I did buy gray (and saved over $60k in the process). no regrets at all. What this situation has shown is that regardless of where you buy the watch, just Ensure it is under Warranty and Patek\HSWA will take good care of you. The AD is merely a conduit to
I was using the chrono on my new 5270/1R today and noticed the hand on the right chrono subdial for minutes passed is slightly misaligned on each indeces. The hand is consistently slightly left of each indece from all angles I look at it. Is this normal?