Patek Philippe is a brand that is synonymous with craftsmanship and the finest grand complication watches. The Swiss watchmaker has been producing some of the world's finest watches for over 180 years, and its commitment to excellence is evident in every timepiece it creates. One of the most exceptional watches produced by Patek Philippe is the 5216, a grand complication wristwatch that is considered one of the most complicated watches ever made by the brand.
The Patek Philippe 5216 is a grand complication wristwatch that was first introduced in 2015. It is powered by the Caliber R TO 27 PS QR movement, which is a manually wound movement that has been developed entirely in-house by Patek Philippe. The watch is housed in a platinum case and features a stunning black enamel dial with white gold applied hour markers.
The calendar displays the date, day of the week, month, and leap year cycle, and it only requires adjustment once every 400 years. The moon phase display adds to the watch's elegance and sophistication, and it is accurate to within one day every 122 years.
On top of that, the 5216 also features a minute repeater function, which chimes the time on demand. The chimes are produced by two hammers striking a gong, and the sound is both beautiful and complex. The minute repeater function is considered one of the most challenging complications to produce in a wristwatch, and its inclusion in the 5216 is a testament to Patek Philippe's commitment to excellence.
The watch is finished with a black strap and platinum deployant clasp, adding to its luxury appeal. The watch features a sapphire crystal case back that allows you to admire the intricate movement.
In terms of design, the Patek Philippe 5216 is a true work of art. The platinum case is polished to perfection, and the black enamel dial with white gold accents is both elegant and understated.
This reference is a true collector's item and a watch that will be passed down from generation to generation.
We are proud to offer an exceptional example, complete with original box, papers and second solid caseback.