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Our 5 Top Picks from Patek Philippe’s Watches

Mick Pacholli
Mick Pachollihttps://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

When we do not know much about luxury watches and what the brands offer, it is very helpful to look through their best-seller and the timepieces they are best known for. There is surely a definite reason why watch enthusiasts adore their collection. Through this, you will have a glimpse of the designs, performance, quality, and best features of their timepieces. Basically, what the brand is in general.

You must be interested in Patek Philippe’s collection. It is among the oldest and longest-standing watch companies. Patek Philippe proved to be the best in producing luxurious sports watches as it followed a design that was unusual yet unique and stylish. In this article, we have listed our top picks from the watch brand. 

1. Complications Blue Dial Men’s Calendar Watch

The first luxury watch model on our list is the most loved Blue Dial Men’s Calendar Watch of the Patek Philippe Complications collection. It is a 40 mm round timepiece with a round case made with 18k white gold and a transparent back case. The silver and white gold color tone is complemented with a deep royal blue dial in gradient style and a luminescence finish. The index and hands are also in white gold.

It highlights a very notable performance featuring the Patek Phillipe Calibre 324 S QA LU 24H/206 and a power reserve of a minimum of 35 hours and 45 hours maximum. It also has a 28 800 (4 Hz) frequency and water resistance to about 30 m deep.

The overall design of the watch is partnered with a black alligator leather strap. One function that people find best is its day and date display. Truly, modern and eye-catching, plus very functional!

2. Grand Complications Cream Dial Men’s Calendar Watch

The Cream Dial Men’s Calendar Watch gives out a contemporary yet classic feel, one of its eye-catching assets. Truly, a work of art! From Patek Philippe’s Grand Complications collection, this timepiece is inspired by exhibits in the 1940s and 195os in the Patek Philippe Museum.

The 40 mm round white gold case and transparent sapphire crystal back are matched with a red dial with a luminescence finish. In the dial, the indexes are in Arabic Numerals and hands in syringe form. It displays a day, month, day, and night indication and leap year information. The white gold and cream color schemes of the watch are complemented with a shiny chocolate brown, alligator leather strap with intricately designed square-shaped scales. With movements powered by the Patek Philippe Calibre 324 S Q, this watch has a power reserve of up to 45 hours maximum and a water resistance of 30 m water deep. 

3. Aquanaut Blue Dial Men’s Watch 

The Aquanaut Blue Dial Men’s Watch was launched in 2017 on the 20th anniversary of Patek Philippe’s Aquanaut series. The watch is designed with a white gold 42.2 mm cushion-shaped case and a transparent back. 

Its luminescence-finished dial is embossed with a deep blue checkerboard style which grades from black to night blue and contains applied white gold. The indexes are in Arabic numerals, and including the hands, are in luminous silver-tone. The strap is blue in color to match the dial and is accompanied by an Aquanaut fold-over clasp. 

It functions with the Patek Philippe Calibre 324 S C and has a 45-hour power reserve. It is also water-resistant to about 120 m deep. The timepiece still works best in water which is one of its exceptional features. 

4. Nautilus Brown Dial 18K Rose Gold Watch

Patek Philippe’s Nautilus never fails to impress luxury watch enthusiasts with its unique line of timepieces. This watch highlights the eccentric design of the case and dial. The 40.5 mm oval-shaped case is made of rose 18k rose gold with a skeleton back case. The bracelet is brown leather with a rose gold fold clasp.

The rose gold case perfectly enhanced the sleek black-brown dial. Embossed in the design is the iconic horizontal porthole construction. The dial has a luminescence finish, with indexes and hands in rose gold tones as well. 

Its movement features the Patek Philippe Calibre CH 28-520 C and a power reserve of 55 hours. It is also water-resistant to water about 120 m deep. 

5. Nautilus Blue Dial Men’s Watch

The last one and another from the Nautilus timepiece collection! This watch is a standout for sports watches because of its octagonal-shaped bezel and the unique porthole construction design in its blue dial. The horizontal lines designed in the dial look like teak wood boat decks. 

The 40 mm oval case is made of stainless steel material with a back with a sapphire crystal display, making it scratch-resistant. The analog-type dial doesn’t have numerals but comes with indexes and hands of silver tones. The dial has a luminescence finish. It is fixed with a stainless steel bracelet as well. 

The functions are done by the Patek Philippe Calibre 26-330. It has a power reserve of 45 hours. It carries a 28800 bph frequency, plus it is resistant to water up to 120 m deep. 

Takeaway

From the few of the many grand timepieces of Patek Philippe that we have presented, you must have your eyes on your ideal watch already. Patek Philippe is definitely a brand that stands true to its authenticity and originality regarding designs, quality, and performance. Feel free to visit The Watch Company to know more about their brand and their wide collection of exceptional timepieces. 

Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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