Patek Philippe is definitely the most prestigious watchmaker for over 180 years now and they certainly proved that with this astonishing 5970R ‘Perpetual Calendar ‘Moonphase’. An aesthetic masterpiece carried out with the finest techniques and finishes you’ll ever see.
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5970R-001 ‘Perpetual Calendar’ Full Set
You know the feeling when you have met a girl who is looking gorgeous and is super intelligent at the same time. No? We neither, but Patek Philippe can give you that feeling with one of the greatest watches they’ve ever made; the 5970R ‘Perpetual Calendar’.
This masterpiece dates from 2009, is made out of 18k rose gold and has a case size of 40 millimeter. The watch runs on Patek Philippe’s Lemania 2310 based caliber CH 27-70 Q. This caliber provides the watch with a chronograph function and a perpetual calendar, which includes; Day, Date, Leap year and months besides the hours, minutes, small second and moon phase indicator. This CH 27-70 Q caliber was Patek Philippe’s last Perpetual Calendar Chronograph movement not to be fully in-house.
Aesthetically seen, this watch speaks for itself and the pictures are saying more than thousands of our words. The watch is ‘Full Set’ where we’re normally don’t give a damn about that. But in this case the watch’s box is definitely matching the watch’s beauty.