Grand Complications represent the very pinnacle of watchmaking.
But, for Patek Philippe, their unparalleled collection of complicated watches is reflective of much more than pure technical complexity. They must also be aesthetically perfect too.
This elegant balance between complex technicality and aesthetic sensibility reflects the Manufacture’s creative policy of placing their clients as their core focus. After all, a watch - however complicated – should always be at its best when worn on a wrist.
Discover the three latest additions to the Patek Philippe Grand Complication collection.
First making its world debut as a limited edition of 12 watches at the “Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore 2019”, the Ref. 5303 Minute Repeater Tourbillon now joins the Patek Philippe regular collection with a refreshed design.
The first Patek Philippe Grand Complication with a minute repeater offering - on the dial side - a clear view of the striking mechanism’s hammers and gongs, it has been created explicitly for connoisseurs of chiming watches.
A true example of combining technical complexity, with innovative yet elegant design. Constituting a new expression of Patek Philippe’s creative philosophy, centered on the pleasure of the user.
Patek Philippe presented its first Ref. 5370P split-seconds chronograph model in 2015. Now, the coveted grand complication has been updated with a new blue face, extending the Manufacture’s famous tradition in grand feu enamel dials.
A visual masterpiece from its incomparably intense yet refined 18k gold dial, to its night-blue alligator strap, it also showcases technical expertise through numerous patented innovations and the entirely redesigned split-seconds mechanism. A perfect combination of tradition and innovation.
As the true heir of Patek Philippe’s iconic 1941 classic (Ref. 1518), the Ref. 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph - available since 2018 in a platinum version – now proudly debuts in a yellow-gold case.
It provides an effortlessly elegant outfit for such a timeless watch, combining a concave bezel with slightly flared strap lugs. Aesthetic excellence aside, the watch also displays technical prowess - the Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q is the first chronograph movement with a perpetual calendar developed and crafted entirely by Patek Philippe.
Timeless in design, innovative in its technicality.