Patek Philippe Releases Three New Chronographs

Patek Philippe has already had quite a year. It seems as though they are not yet finished. Earlier in the year, we witnessed the discontinuation of the sought-after Nautilus 5711 with blue dial and the introduction of the new Nautilus 5711 with green dial. The latter performed exceptionally well in auction as it sold for EUR 416,000. Aside from the 5711, Patek has introduced several new variants in many of its model lines including the Aquanaut, Calatrava, Twenty-4, and Grand Complications.

In the new releases for Patek, there are two noteworthy matters, among others: the introduction of another watch in stainless steel bracelet and the doubling down on the “Green” theme.

Ref. 5905/1A-001

The new 5905 boasts of a flyback chronograph and an annual calendar, which means you only have to make one correction on the date per year (on March 1). This watch features an integrated stainless steel bracelet and a sunburst olive green dial. The watch measures 42mm in diameter and has a self-winding mechanism with a power reserve of up to 55 hours. The SRP for the watch is P3,000,000.

Ref. 5204/R

The new 5204 is a grand complication watch which packs with it a split-seconds chronograph and a perpetual calendar. Aside from the two highlights, the watch features a moon phase indicator, a leap year indicator, day and date, and small seconds. The case size is 40mm and is made of 18k rose gold. The watch features a manual winding mechanism with a power reserve of up to 65 hours. The SRP for the watch is P15,720,000.

Ref. 5930/P

The new 5930 is a beautiful world time watch in platinum and in green. Aside from the world time, the watch features a flyback chronograph. The case of the watch measures 39.5mm. Previously, the 5930 was available in white gold and in blue accents. The SRP of the watch is P5,100,000.