New York, NY, United States
15 West 47th Street
30 m (98 ft)
Case Diameter [mm]:
Chronograph, Date, Moonphase, Perpetual Calendar
The perpetual calendar chronograph is one of Patek Philippe’s most historic and iconic models to date. Its roots date back to 1941 with the creation of the reference 1518. Launched in 2011, the 5270 was Patek Philippe’s very first perpetual calendar chronograph with a fully in-house movement. The 5270G-001 makes use of a white gold case and is housed on a leather strap. the dial features index markers with blackened white gold hands and three sub-dials indicating moonphase, leap year, day/night indicator as well as seconds and hour counter. Powered by the CH 29-535 PS Q caliber, the Perpetual Calendar 5270G-001 from Patek philippe features a water resistance of 30 meters or 98 feet.