Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon Ref. 5002

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Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon Ref. 5002
© Patek Philippe

Astronomical wristwatch with manual winding and tourbillon by Patek Philippe


This is the most complicated wristwatch in regular production by Patek Philippe up to 2001 and the first wristwatch of the manufacture with double-sided display. The movement consists of 686 components, which are finished and mounted by hand. It has an official chronometer certification from the COSC.

Due to the high production expenses only two pieces per year are produced. The edition in platinum costs 990,000 Swiss francs, the gold edition 950,000 (former prices).

Reference:

5002

Movement:

Manual winding manufacture movement calibre R TO 27 QR SID LU CL, 21,600 A/h
Minute repeater, tourbillon
COSC-certified chronometer
Gyromax balance
55 jewels, 24 bridges, 686 components
Power reserve 48 h

Case:

Platinum or 18 ct yellow gold
Ø 42.8 mm
Sapphire crystal, sapphire crystal caseback
Protected against dust and moisture (not waterproof)

Dial:

Opaline-white with incorporated motif of the Calatrava Cross
Golden roman numerals
Back: Star map etc. (see below)

Functions:

Hours, minutes
Twelve complications, including perpetual calendar with retrograde date display, day of week, month, leap year cycle, moon age, minute repeater, tourbillon, star map, star time, angle movement of the moon and moon phase

Bracelet:

Black crocodile leather strap