Patek Philippe Complications Ref. 5960/01G-001, with a 40.5mm 18ct white gold case, 18ct white gold bezel, blue varnished dial, luminous white gold applied hands and indices, sweep seconds hand (chronograph hand), month aperture at 2 o'clock, day aperture at 10 o'clock and date aperture at 12 o'clock with power-reserve indicator above, sub-dial at 6 o'clock for a 12-hour and 60-minute mono-counter and day/ night indicator. Sapphire crystal and see-through caseback. Automatic movement calibre CH 28-520 IRM QA 24H. Vintage brown calf leather strap with white gold Clevis prong buckle.
Brand-new (never worn). Complete with original box and papers.
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Anyone who knows about finest watchmaking, can recognize the masterly ability of Patek Philippe to fit almost impossible complications in a thin case like the collection Complications. Every single complication integrated to its machinery carries the purest spirit of fine watchmaking and Swiss tradition. Patek Philippe upholds a tradition in compliactions that are useful in everyday situations, such as Annual Calendars, dual time zones and World Time displays.
The patented Annual Calendar was launched in 1996 and has been a success story for the past 20 years. Indicating the day of the week, the date and the month, and requiring correction ony once a year, this ingenious mechanism has emerged as one of Patek Philippe's flagship models. It offers a choice of different displays and nuancesof style, always combining elegant lines, noble materialsand lavish attention to finish. The Ref. 5960/01 Flyback Chronograph with Annual Calendar has been cased in white gold for the first time. Reserved for the most refined taste in luxury watches, this Patek Philippe Complications 5960/01G is a must-have piece to add in the collection.