Patek Philippe unveiled many novelties at Watches and Wonders 2023, from the Grandmaster Chime, the Minute Time Repeater and Annual Calendars, to numerous iterations of the Calatrava models and many more amazing timepieces. Here are a few of them...

Patek Philippe introduced the first chronograph model in its Pilot style watch family, combined with a Travel Time function and a date indication by hand joined with local time.
This new automatic 42mm model comes in a white gold version, with a sunburst blue-grey or khaki green lacquered dial. Each dial has applied numerals and sword-shaped hands in white gold with a luminescent coating.

The Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time Chronograph is powered by the self-winding mechanical movement Caliber CH 28‑520 C FUS, with a 45-55 hour power reserve.
We noted the sporty additions to the Calatrava collection – three new 40mm white gold timepieces in a modern, graphic style.
The ebony black dials are enhanced by three types of finishing, with an embossed carbon pattern in the centre. The yellow-accented version is the most striking.

The Patek Philippe Aquanaut Luce is now enriched with the patented Annual Calendar, a day/date/month calendar which requires only one manual correction per year, at the end of February. We liked this new timepiece because it’s a new complication proposal for ladies, with no precious stones, just precious mechanics. And the blue-grey colour is perhaps the most striking from the Patek palette. The 26‑330 S QA LU self-winding movement ensures a power reserve of 35-45 hours.

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