Patek Philippe 5131The Patek Ref. 5131 is the next in the series of World Time watches released by Patek Philippe. The 5131, presented at Baselworld 2008, is only being produced in a single metal - 18k yellow gold. The new center dial features a map of the world made of cloisonné enamel, the product of an ancient metalworking technique. This new center dial is reminiscent of some of the early versions of the World Time such as The Europa.

The 18k yellow gold case is 39.5 in diameter and has a sapphire crystal case back.  The watch features 24 time zones including Frankfurt, London, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Bangkok and has the ability to switch between them by pressing a single button at 10 o’clock. It has a mechanical self-winding movement and a 48 hour power reserve.


Patek Philippe 5070PThe highly sought Patek 5070 has a new addition to the family. 10 years after its launch, the new platinum version is now making its way on the scene and is sure to be one of the must have watches of the year.  The technical and visual appeal of the 5070 are hard to beat, and the subtle changes made are sure to please. The new metal for this watch is accompanied by a new blue-metallic sunburst dial.

This watch features a chronograph with a 30-minute elapsed time counter. The platinum case is 42mm in diameter and it has a sapphire crystal case back. Its base movement, the “Nouvelle Lémania” is an exclusive execution to Patek Philippe.

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