Introduction

6301P
- Grand Complications
Manual winding

Patek Philippe reasserts its sovereign mastery of the music of time and introduces an exceptional timepiece combining a grande sonnerie – rated as the grail of chiming functions in this pure form – with a petite sonnerie and a minute repeater. The result has been fervently awaited by connoisseurs for quite some time. The new 703-part movement features three classic gongs and was granted two patents for the strikework mechanism and one for the jumping seconds. It is housed in an elegant platinum case with a Grand Feu black enamel dial.

Watch
Manually wound mechanical movement. Caliber GS 36‑750 PS IRM. Grande sonnerie. Petite sonnerie. Minute repeater with chime on three classic gongs. Jumping small seconds. Movement power reserve indicator. Strikework power reserve indicator.
Dial
Grand Feu black enamel with glazed finish, gold applied Breguet numerals. 18K gold dial plate.
Case
Platinum. Interchangeable solid and sapphire crystal case backs. Humidity- and dust-protected only (not water-resistant). Diameter: 44.8 mm. Height: 12 mm.
Strap
Alligator leather with square scales, hand-stitched, shiny black. Fold-over clasp.
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Caliber

GS 36-750 PS IRM
Manual winding

Patek Philippe Caliber GS 36-750 PS IRM - Front
Front Back

GS 36-750 PS IRM
Manual winding

Grande sonnerie. Petite sonnerie. Minute repeater. Jumping small seconds. Movement power reserve indicator. Strikework power reserve indicator. Diameter: 37 mm. Height: 7.5 mm. Number of parts: 703. Bridges: 24. Jewels: 95. Movement power reserve: 72 hours. Strikework power reserve: 24 hours. Balance: Gyromax®. Frequency: 25,200 semi-oscillations/hour (3.5 Hz). Balance spring: Spiromax®. Hallmark: Patek Philippe Seal.

Savoir faire

Minute repeaters
Bringing a Minute Repeater to life

Most watchmakers consider the minute repeater the ultimate single complication in watchmaking. Every watch is unique and demands a perfect marriage of technological innovation and human touch. Only when all the components are optimally finished, assembled and set can precision striking be delivered and the perfect sound created. So it is that every minute repeater produced by Patek Philippe is personally auditioned by Mr. Stern. Upon his approval, the chime is then recorded for the Patek Philippe archives for posterity.

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