Worldtime, Date
5330G-001

Worldtime, Date

596.400 kr

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Launched as a limited edition at Patek Philippe’s “Watch Art” grand exhibition held in Tokyo in 2023, World Time Reference 5330 makes its debut in the Manufacture's current collection. The new generation of the World Time is distinguished by a patented world first: a date display indexed to local time, i.e. that of the time zone selected at 12 o'clock and indicated by the central hands.  

Case material: Whitegold
Diameter: 40.0 mm. Height: 11.57 mm. 

Caliber 240 HU C

Self winding movement


World Time. 24-hour and day/night indication for all 24 time zones. Date by hand. Diameter: 30.5 mm. Thickness: 4.58 mm. Number of parts: 306. Power reserve: min. 38 hours - max. 48 hours. Winding rotor: 22K gold off-center guilloched mini-rotor. Frequency: 21,600 semi-oscillations/hour (3 Hz).

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