Cover Ref. 5326G Annual Calendar Travel Time with black calfskin and embossed fabric strap

This is the first time both complications appear together in a Patek Philippe watch

With borders opening up and travel slowly but surely returning to pre-Covid days, Patek Philippe is offering the perfect watch to accompany you on your journeys: Ref. 5326G-001 Annual Calendar Travel Time. This is the first time an annual calendar and a second time zone display have appeared together in a Patek Philippe watch.

Day and month are indicated via two apertures at '12' below the logo, while the date is displayed at '6', slightly encroaching part of the small seconds sub-dial that also displays the moon phase. If you're a keen watch lover, you'd love this small detail of accelerated date jump, from the regular 90 minutes after midnight to just 18 minutes. 

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As you move into a different time zone, the skeletonised third hand will indicate the home time; the other two syringe hands show the local time. Additionally, two dots on both sides of the dial will tell you whether it's night or day in the local and home time respectively. 

The technical complexities to ensure all the different functions work smoothly and efficiently have resulted in no less than eight patents including individual correctors for the month, day, date and moon phase. 

The watch comes in a new 41mm white gold Calatrava case with guilloched hobnail pattern along the caseband and features textured charcoal grey dial that recalls vintage camera cases. A brown nubuck calfskin or a black calfskin with embossed fabric strap completes the look.


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