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Patek Philippe Triple Complication 5208

Patek Philippe Triple Complication Ref. 5208P
© Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Triple Complication 5208R
© Patek Philippe

The Triple Complication Ref. 5208 is a wristwatch from Patek Philippe.

Presented in 2011, this high-end automatic luxury watch features a single-pusher chronograph, an instantaneous perpetual calendar and a minute repeater.

2008 the Reference 5207 had been presented as Triple Complication with minute repeater, instantaneous perpetual window calendar and tourbillon. This model here from 2011 is the first Patek Philippe Triple Complication with chronograph. Moreover, the reference 5208 is one of the few highly complicated watches with automatic winding. And last but not least, the revolutionary Pulsomax® escapement and Spiromax® hairspring are the first components made of the silicon derivative Silinvar® to tick in a genuine Grande Complication timepiece.

Reference:

  • 5208P platinum
  • 5208R rose gold

Movement:

Case:

Dial:

  • 18 ct gold, anthracite with solar grinding
  • 11 applied Obus-indexes in 18 ct white gold
  • Dauphine hands in 18 ct white gold for hours and minutes
  • Bâton chronograph hand with counterweight, 18 ct white gold, white lacquered
  • Bâton hands for small seconds, 12-hours and 60-minutes counter, 18 ct white gold, white lacquered
  • Railway scale at dial rim

Functions:

Wristband:

  • Alligator leather strap with square pattern, hand-sewn, matt black
  • Platinum/gold deployment clasp

patek_philippe_triple_complication_5208.txt · Last modified: 14.04.2022 15:43 by gerdlothar

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