Haute Time UK’s Arthur Touchot reviews the Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph
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Patek Philippe made waves at Baselworld this year by introducing two of its popular complications in steel versions, a combination that is rare at the company. “Steel watches represent only 20% of our volume, because when you produce a limited number of movements, you have…Read The Full Post
Today, which is press day at Baselworld, Patek Philippe introduced a new, steel version of its Annual Calendar Chronograph, Ref. 5960, a complication that was originally introduced in 2006 in a platinum case. Outside the Nautilus and Aquanaut collections, there are few steel Patek Philippe…Read The Full Post
The 7200, like most timepieces in the Calatrava collection, brings us back to the basic essentials of timekeeping: this one tracking just hours and minutes. This watch also reminds us that those basic essentials are not the only reason we wear a mechanical timepiece. What…Read The Full Post
The Ref. 5200 is a standout for lovers of manual-wound timepieces. Aside from the tactile experience of turning the crown and feeling the action of the winding train, there is a technical benefit of a manual-wind: it is precisely adjustable because the declining torque of…Read The Full Post
This week luxury watchmaker Patek Philippe announced it would extend its salon on London’s prestigious Bond Street. The manufacture, which currently occupies 15 New Bond Street, will be taking over the property next door as well.
The hautest event in Los Angeles last week was easily the intimate affair presented by Patek Philippe on Thursday evening. Just 150 VIP guests were invited to a private mansion in Bel-Air to preview the luxury watch retailer’s chronographs and minute repeaters.
This will be remembered as one of the most inventive eras in watchmaking, with more technical advancements in the last decade than in the previous 20 years. These eight modern masterpieces define the future of watchmaking while embracing its past.
Luxury watchmakers Patek Philippe have paired with Al Qurum Jewellery to open the first namesake boutique for the world renowned Swiss watch maker in the Opera Galleria at Oman’s Royal Opera House Muscat. The Geneva-based family company’s new boutique will fans of Patek Philippe the chance to…Read The Full Post