1/10th Second Monopusher Chronograph
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Patek Philippe unveils its first wrist chronograph for tenths-of-a-second short-time measurements with a new, very precise high-performance movement.
The manufacture reasserts its competence and innovative spirit in the field of short-time measurement: it presents a manually wound movement with two separate chronograph mechanisms and sweep hands. One of them indicates tenths of a second–precisely and very crisply. This high-tech high-frequency caliber (5Hz) with 31 patents, of which seven new patents are specific to the new mechanism, ticks in a platinum case with a blue dial and red accents. Its sporty design emphasizes the highly technical and performance-oriented facets. With this tenth-of-a-second monopusher chronograph produced in small series – it is just as difficult to craft as a tourbillon, a minute repeater, or a split-seconds chronograph –Patek Philippe is delighting connoisseurs and enthusiasts with a new attraction in the domain of grand complications.
Manually wound mechanical movement
Sapphire-crystal case back
Brass, lacquered blue
36,000 semi-oscillations per hour (5Hz)
Min. 48 hours
Manually wound mechanical movement. Caliber CH 29‑535 PS 1/10. 1/10th of a second monopusher chronograph. Central chronograph hand. Central 1/10th of a second hand. Instantaneous 30-minute counter. Small seconds.
Calf skin with embossed fabric pattern, hand-stitched, navy blue with red contrast seams, fold-over clasp in 950 platinum
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