2012/03/13 - Patek Philippe Split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar Ref. 5204

Patek Philippe has never departed from the refinement and exacting standards for which it is renowned, and this Haute Horlogerie complication timepiece – Ref 5204 – with split-seconds chronograph and perpetual calendar is the proof. It completes the traditional trilogy of Patek Philippe chronographs with proprietary movements, in this instance the hand-wound CHR 29-535 PS Q calibre whose split-seconds mechanism, a masterpiece of technical innovation and beauty, presents numerous patented inventions. The silver-toned opalescent dial, with three auxiliary counters and 11 indications, is a lesson in clarity and legibility. An extraordinarily elegant timepiece with a platinum case and matt black alligator strap, in the finest tradition of Patek Philippe.

Technical Specifications

  • Hand-wound, CHR 29-535 PS Q calibre 
  • Hours, minutes, seconds, perpetual calendar (day, date, month, leap year), day/night indication, moon phases and split-seconds chronograph 
  • Platinum, 40 mm 
  • Interchangeable sapphire crystal caseback and solid caseback 
  • Water-resistant to 30 m / 3 ATM 
  • Silver-toned, opalescent 
  • 18K gold applied hourmarkers 
  • Day and month windows at 12 o'clock 
  • Moon phases and date at 6 o'clock 
  • Leap year indication at 4.30, day/night indication at 7.30 
  • Instantaneous 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock, small seconds at 9 o'clock 
  • Hand-stitched, matt black alligator with square scales, platinum folding clasp