On the occasion of the Watches and Wonders Geneva 2022 show, Patek Philippe presents twelve new models, including a major technical debut - Ref. 5326G-001 Annual Calendar Travel Time - and a broad range of aesthetic reinterpretations.
Let’s take a deeper look at the new models in the new Patek Philippe 2022 collection.
For the first time, Patek Phillipe combines its patented Annual Calendar and the Travel Time System for the display of a second time zone. The new self-winding movement caliber 31-260 PS QA LU FUS 24H, endowed with eight patents, is housed in a totally new Calatrava-type case with ‘Clous de Paris’ ‘guilloché’ hobnail pattern around its entire flank, emblematic of the Patek Philippe style.
The dial in distinguished by its charcoal gray color with a black-gradient rim and a slightly grainy texture reminiscent of antique camera cases.
Patek Philippe reinforces the iconic Calatrava collection, in vintage-style, with a new refined case in white gold ‘guilloché’ with a hobnail pattern or ‘Clous de Paris’ on the entire circumference of the case band.
The charcoal gray vintage-inspired dial features a black-gradient rim, with its slightly grainy texture is reminiscent of antique camera cases.
This new model is powered by the self-winding caliber 26-330 S C equipped with a stop seconds function.
The contemporary vintage style of the Reference 5320 Perpetual Calendar is reinterpreted in a new white gold version with a role-gilt opaline dial. The calendar displays one of Patek Philippe’s signature Perpetual Calendar layouts, with a twin in-line double day/month aperture at 12 o’clock and a date hand surrounding a moon-phase aperture at 6 o’clock.
The 40 mm case is distinguished by an understated and timeless design enhanced by refined details such as the three-tier lugs. The sapphire crystal case back, reveals the architecture and refined finishing of the self-winding caliber 324 S Q.
Patek Philippe reinforces the vintage spirit of its classic men’s chronograph with a role-gilt opaline dial bearing applied gold Arabic numerals and charcoal gray syringe-shaped hands highlighted by a luminescent coating.
The white gold case is distinguished by its round “guilloché’ pushers and three-tier lugs.
Entirely designed and produced by the manufacturer, the CH 29-535 PS caliber combines traditional architecture with six-patented innovations.
Heir to an iconic Patek Philippe model, the Reference 5270 Perpetual Calendar Chronograph has a new face that is both classic and original. The gleaming radiance of platinum accentuates the timeless design of the case, with its concave bezel and two-tier lugs. The lacquered green dial with its black-gradient rim evokes the bodywork of some of the finest vintage racing cars. The stylish touch is complemented by a shiny black alligator strap with green stitching.
The CH 29-535 PS Q caliber – the first Perpetual Calendar chronograph movement entirely developed and produced in-house by Patek Philippe (2011) – is distinguished by its traditional architecture combined with six patented chronograph innovations, as well as by its exceptionally slim calendar mechanism (only 1.65 mm for 182 components).
The Reference 5205 Annual Calendar with day/date/month apertures along an arc is revisited in a contemporary olive-green color, enlivened by a sunburst decoration and a black-gradient rim. The rose gold case is distinguished by its concave bezel, recessed sides and skeletonized lugs. The hand-patinated two-tone olive-green alligator leather strap matches the dial color.
The patented Annual Calendar displays the exact date for 30- and 31-day months, requiring only one manual correction per year.
The sapphire crystal case back reveals the self-winding 324 S QA LU 24H caliber with its ingenious patented Patek Philippe Annual Calendar mechanism.
The Twenty~4 collection welcomes a new steel manchette-type model adorned with an olive green sunburst dial: an elegant, contemporary and refined shade accompanying every hour of the day and night.
The original shape of the Art Deco-inspired cambered two-tier rectangular case is highlighted by a row of 18 Top Wesselton Pure diamonds set on either side of the dial (36 in all, totaling ~0.42 ct).
The bracelet with its three rows of fully hand-polished links is distinguished by a particularly comfortable construction.
For the first time, Patek Philippe is presenting the Reference 5230 World Time in a platinum case, teamed with a blue dial and calfskin strap. The dial center showcasing fine craftsmanship skills is adorned with a new circular hand-’guilloché’ pattern that plays with light.
The ultrathin self-winding 240 HU caliber with its two city and 24-hour rotating disks serves to keep simultaneous and permanent track of the time in all 24 time zones.
Thanks to an ingenious mechanism patented in 1999, the user can simultaneously correct all the World Time displays in one-hour increments by simply pressing the pusher at 10 o’clock.
The Reference 5231 Rare Handcrafts World Time sets sail for Oceania and South-East Asia in a white gold version featuring a dial center adorned with a new ‘Grand Feu cloisonné’ enamel map. Thanks to its city and 24-hour disks, the ultra-thin self-winding 240 HU caliber enables the time to be read off in all 24 time zones at any given moment.
The case with its fine smooth polished bezel and wing-type lugs is paired with a matte navy blue alligator strap secured by a white gold fold-over clasp.
The famous Patek Philippe World Time model is available in a new ladies' rose gold version with a timeless green dial and calfskin strap.
The dial center is adorned with a finely hand-’guilloché’ old-basket weave motif. The feminine touch is enhanced by 62 Top Wesselton Pure diamonds (~0.82 cts) set on the bezel.
The ultra-thin self-winding caliber 240 HU simultaneously displays the time in all 24 time zones. An exclusive patented mechanism enables all the indications to be corrected with a single press of the pusher at 10 o'clock when changing time zones.
Patek Philippe reinterprets the design of the Ref. 5374 Grand Complication with Minute Repeater and Perpetual Calendar in a Haute Joaillerie version. The platinum case and bezel are paved with baguette-cut diamonds.
The flange with baguette-cut diamond minute markers and baguette-cut blue sapphire hour markers forms an ‘Amphitheatre’ around the blue-lacquered dial.
The self-winding caliber R 27 Q is equipped with ‘cathedral’ gongs emitting a deep, rich sound. Total of 228 baguette-cut diamonds (11.62 cts) and 13 baguette-cut sapphires (0.72 ct).
A popular complication on ladies' watches, moon phases appear in a new interpretation featuring a classic round white gold Officer’s style case framing an elegant blue sunburst dial and fitted with a shiny blue alligator strap. The jewelry touch is enhanced by a double row of brilliant-cut diamonds (~1.09 ct) set in a staggered pattern according to the exclusive ‘Dentelle’ setting technique.
This celestial jewel houses the manually wound 215 PS LU caliber, the smallest complicated movement by Patek Philippe.
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