Measures taken to service your Patek Philippe watch at an authorized service center preserve the integrity of your heirloom for coming generations.
The cost is lower than typically assumed. The rates indicated below are the maximum end-user prices without taxes. They apply to full-scope maintenance interventions.
During a service procedure, seals and certain movement parts are systematically replaced. The following parts are replaced only if necessary:
- Complete hand set
- Mainspring barrel or electronic circuit (in quartz movements)
All other components shall be invoiced (dial, leather strap, crystal, etc.).
Maximum pre-tax rates for end customers
Prices in Swiss francs (CHF)
|Quartz (Level 2)||600|
|Mechanical, manually wound (Level 2)||900|
|Mechanical, self-winding (Level 2)||1'000|
|Complication I (Level 3) Annual Calendar, Travel Time, moon phases, etc.||1'300|
|Complication II (Advanced Level) perpetual calendar, chronograph, Annual Calendar chronograph||1'800|
|Complication III (Advanced Level) chronograph with perpetual calendar, retrograde perpetual calendar||2'300|
|Grand Complication (Advanced Level Geneva) tourbillon, split-seconds chronograph, retrograde, minute repeater, etc.||On request|
|Classic watches (over 20 years old)||On request|
|Declined estimate for a Modern watch||130|
|Declined estimate for a Vintage watch||500|
|Declined estimate for a Vintage Haute Horlogerie watch||1000|
|Customary payment terms apply|