Split-Seconds Monopusher Chronograph for Left-handers, Perpetual Calendar
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The Ref. 5373P-001 stands out with the unusual arrangement of the pushers and displays, as the first left-hander chronograph in Patek Philippe’s recent history.
Its platinum case is endowed with the caliber CHR-27-525 PS Q, the thinnest split-seconds chronograph movement with perpetual calendar ever built.
It is crafted to venerable traditions. The charcoal gray dial with a black-gradient rim, inverted counters/apertures and snailed ebony black counters contrast against the vertical satin-finish decoration. The red varnished chronograph hands reflect a sporty and contemporary style. This modern aesthetic is echoed in the black calfskin leather strap with embossed fabric pattern and contrasting red stitching, equipped with a platinum fold-over clasp.
The Ref. 5373P-001 comes with an interchangeable sapphire crystal and solid case backs. Like all Patek Philippe models in platinum, it features a brilliant-cut diamond, in this instance, set at 12 o’clock.
This highly exclusive timepiece is crafted in small series for left-handers and connoisseurs of choice rarities.
Mechanical manually wound movement
Interchangeable solid and sapphire crystal case backs
Charcoal gray with black-gradient rim, vertical satin finish, gold applied numerals
38 - 48 hours
Mechanical manually wound movement. Caliber CHR 27‑525 PS Q. Split-seconds monopusher chronograph. 60-minute counter. Perpetual Calendar. Day, month, leap year and day/night indication displayed in apertures. Date indicated by hand. Moon phases. Small seconds.
Black calfskin, embossed with fabric pattern. Fold-over clasp.
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