Patek Phillipe has for the first time combined two of the brand’s signature (and patented) horological complications to create a must-have timepiece for the discerning watch collector.
Launched in 1930, the Patek Philippe World Time is known for its innovation and style, made for the international traveller who needs to be precise in any location at any time.
The new 5326G Annual Calendar, combined with the Travel Time display system, features a striking Calatrava-type case rimmed with Clous de Paris hobnail guilloched pattern. Sophisticated and purposeful, it’s an asset to your wardrobe.
Traversing new watch technology
The watch’s technical originality lies in the fact that it always indicates the exact date for local time, making it the perfect watch for a traveller.
In order to provide this original functionality, the engineers 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.
The new release features impeccable horological engineering relating to elements improving precision, efficiency, reliability, security and user-friendliness.
Setting the benchmark in style
The vintage-style dial is distinguished by its anthracite colour and its slightly grainy texture reminiscent of old-timer cameras.
This new reference is also teamed with two interchangeable straps. One in beige calfskin with a nubuck finish and the other in black calfskin with an embossed fabric motif and beige topstitching. The stylish band is fit for any attire.