As the heir of Patek Philippe’s grand 1941 classic (Ref. 1518), the Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph has been available since 2018 in platinum with a golden opaline dial and a rose-gold version with a gold “goutte”-style bracelet. Now, the manufacture is extending its regular collection of this grand complication by the Ref. 5270, cased in yellow gold for the first time.
Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q. Manually wound mechanical movement, chronograph with column wheel, chronograph hand, instantaneous 30-minute counter and subsidiary seconds. Perpetual calendar with day, month, leap-year cycle and day/night indication in apertures, analog date Moon phases
Center hour and minute hands. Sweep chronograph hand. 30-minute counter between 3 and 4 o'clock. Subsidiary seconds between 8 and 9 o'clock. Date at 6 o'clock. Day and month, in-line at 12 o'clock. Moon phase at 6 o’clock. Day/night indication between 7 and 8 o'clock. Leap year cycle between 4 and 5 o'clock
Hand-stitched alligator leather with large square scales, matt chocolate brown
Fold-over clasp in 18K yellow gold
30 meters (3 ATM)
The new Ref. 5270J-001 is worn on a hand-stitched matt chocolate brown alligator strap with large square scales secured with a yellow-gold fold-over clasp. It joins the previous platinum and rose-gold models to accommodate the individual preferences of aficionados of Patek Philippe grand complications.