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Calibre 26-330 is an automatic movement with central seconds and date indication by Patek Philippe.
In 2019, Patek Philippe released the Calatrava Weekly Calendar, Ref. 5212A, which uses Cal. 26-330 S C J SE. This movement is based on Cal. 324 with 92 additional components for a special day/week number complication. Central hands point to concentric days, week numbers, and months around the circumference of the dial.
Cal. 26-330 also features a LIGA-etched nickel-phosphorous gear for the seconds hand with long slotted teeth and an anti-backlash sprint to smooth the movement of the central seconds hand. Additional new features include hacking seconds and a uni-directional automatic winding system. The new movement is also used in the 2019 Nautilus Ref. 5711 as Cal. 26-330 S C with a simple date window and without the complicated weekly calendar function.
|26-330 S C||Ø 27, H 3.3||30||212||Nautilus 5711, Calatrava 5226, Aquanaut Luce 5268||Date|
|26-330 S C J SE||Ø 27, H 4.86||50||304||Calatrava Weekly Calendar 5212||Weekly calendar, date|
- Self-winding movement
- Central rotor in 21K gold, unidirectional winding
- Hours, minutes, central seconds
- 28,800 A/h
- Ø 30 mm, H 6.63 mm
- 35 jewels
- 327 parts
- Power reserve min. 35 hours, max. 45 hours