Patek 5172G Chronograph

Jun 11, 2021,06:46 AM

Since it’s debut in 2019, my AD only had 2-3 pieces to date. Collected mine and with a strap change to dark blue alligator, must say it’s stunning.

Love the stepped lugs and the overall Art Deco look; matches with my 5320G.

Who’s knows, if history is anything to go by - like the 5170 series, this iteration of the 5172G may have another year or two to go before Patek introduces the RG or YG versions. I am a white metal person, so this watch suits.

Have a great weekend and thanks for looking!

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Two lovely siblings with the

 By: GLau : June 11th, 2021-07:02
stepped lugs ! Both pieces look 👀 great 👍

Thanks Ifoo!

 By: Monopole : June 11th, 2021-11:12
Yes, I wanted a less casual look. The alligator strap did the trick. Turned out nicer than I expected. 😊

Thanks Chronometer! Totally agree with you on the dial and hands.

 By: Monopole : June 11th, 2021-11:19
The challenge with the 5320G is the lume dots placements; the 5172G is just perfect in my view.

Me too 😀. Thanks!

 By: Monopole : June 11th, 2021-23:56

Thanks. I think it’s possible though the furthest I personally would go, is to put on sailcloth straps.

 By: Monopole : June 12th, 2021-23:59
Like what PP did with the Singapore edition pilot watch. ...  


 By: Monopole : June 13th, 2021-10:33


 By: anaroku : June 12th, 2021-02:34
But when you put the two side by side at the same time, you can see that the blue strap of your choice emphasizes the unified charm of the Art Deco style. Impressed by the wonderful tries and photos. I've come to want the 5172G, which I was hesitant about... 

Thanks Anaroku!

 By: Monopole : June 12th, 2021-07:44
Regarding size, while on paper, the diameter is 41mm, it certainly looks and wears smaller than that. It’s the way Patek shaped the case and bezel. All the best in your decision making!