Annual Calendar, Traveltime
5326G-001

Annual Calendar, Traveltime

586.900 kr

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Patek Philippe is for the first time combining the patented Annual Calendar and the Travel Time display system. The technical originality of this Annual Calendar lies in the fact that it always indicates the exact date for local time. In order to provide this original functionality, the engineers have developed a new self-winding movement with a Travel Time mechanism controlling the Annual Calendar and enabling date correction in both forwards and backwards directions. 

Case material: Whitegold
Diameter: 41.0 mm. Height: 11.07 mm. 

Caliber 31-260 PS QA LU FUS 24H

Self winding movement


Annual Calendar. Day, date and month in apertures. Two time zones: local and home time indication. Local and home day/night indication in apertures. Small seconds. Moon phases. Diameter: 33 mm. Thickness: 5.6 mm. Number of parts: 409. Power reserve: min. 38 hours - max. 48 hours. Winding rotor: off-center platinum minirotor. Frequency: 28,800 semi-oscillations/hour (4 Hz).

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