Patek Philippe Complications 5326G-001 Textured Charcoal Grey Dial 41mm 18k White Gold Calfskin Leather Straps Men’s Watch
Executed in an all-new Patek Philippe Complications 5326G-001 41mm Calatrava case in white gold, guilloched with a hobnail pattern on the entire circumference of the case band, this is the 5326G-001 Annual Calendar Travel Time.
As this is the first time the maison has combined these two complications into a single watch, the movement therefore was freshly developed for the watch the self-winding 31-260 PS QA LU FUS 24H caliber.
The dial aesthetic on the timepiece is also quite an unexpected mix of vintage and contemporary from the likes of Patek Philippe: rendered in textured charcoal gray and black gradient rim with gold applied numerals that have beige luminescent coating. Hands are all syringe-shaped with beige luminescent coating on the local hour hand, while the home time hour hand is skeletonized.
Brand: Patek Philippe
Reference Number: 5326G-001
Case Material: 18 Karat White Gold
Case Diameter: 41 mm
Case Thickness: 11.07 MM
Case Shape: Round
Back Case: Transparent with Scratch Resistant Sapphire crystal
Back Case Material: 18 Karat White Gold
Bezel material: 18 Karat White Gold
Bezel Color: Silverish
Hour Markers: Arabic Numerals with gold applied numerals with Beige luminescent coating
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Sapphire crystal
Dial Color: Textured Charcoal Grey, Black Gradient Rim
Bracelet material: Calf Skin, Nubuck Finish, Hand stitched, embossed with fabric pattern
Bracelet color: Beige
Clasp: Fold Over Clasp
Clasp Material: 18 Karat White Gold
Water Reserve: 30 Meters
Power reserve: minimum 38 hours – maxamum3. 48 hours
Movement: Self-winding mechanical movement
Caliber: 31-260 PS QA FUS 24HWinding
Diameter: 33 mm
Height: 5.6 mm
Number of Parts: 409
Number of Jewels: 30
Winding Motor: 21 karat gold central rotor
Semi-oscillation/hour: 28 800 (4 Hz)
Balance Spring: Spiromax
Functions: Annual Calendar. Day, date and month in apertures. Two time zones: local and home time indication.
Local and home day/night indication in apertures. Small seconds. Moon phases.