Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph 5270/1R
The 5270/1R is a classic piece of Patek Philippe engineering that has been paired with an exclusive band that differs from any other 5270R. The 5270 is the latest edition in a long lineage of the first edition of the grand complication ever created Ref 1518. This Grand Complication has a 41mm round rose gold case with a sapphire crystal and exhibition case back. The dial is an ebony black sunburst with an inner tachymeter scale, index markers and three sub dials. The 5270/1R dial that features a perpetual calendar which has the moon phase, day, month, leap year and day/night display in apertures and rose gold hands. The 5270/1R-001 is powered by the Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q which is manually wound with perpetual calendar functionality and a power reserve of up to 65 hours with the chronograph disengaged. The rose gold case is paired with a rose gold goutte bracelet that seamlessly blends with the case and has a fold over closure. It has a water resistance of 30 meters (98 feet).