Replica Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Retrograde Date

Patek Philippe Replica has always been a brand that catches people’s attention. While it partially has a lot to do with their status as a watchmaker, sometimes its what they do with the attention to detail that they put into their watches; both in the design phase as well as in craftsmanship.

One thing that always gets me is all the meticulous finishing and engraving on their calibers. This painstaking process is done by hand and causes the Cheap Patek Philippe Replica various plates on the movement as well as the rotor to shine and refract light in a way that turns a mechanical watch into a piece of jewelry.

You can clearly see a few things. Some seem normal but others appear quite unconventional. For example, the combined use of both Roman numerals for the hour markers as well as Arabic numerals for the five-minute increments for the minutes’ markers… stacked one on top of the other.

The Patek Philippe Replica Watch retrograde date uses Roman numerals in a classic serif font and allows the red-tipped date hand to travel across a track on an inner ring that starts at the 7 o’clock position and ends at the 4 o’clock position.

To the right of the retrograde date at the 3 o’clock position is a month window. To the left at the 9o’clock position is a window that shows the day of the week.

Just above the 6 o’clock position is themoon phasee which shows the moon and stars in gold with a midnight blue background.

Patek’s Perpetual Calendar Retrograde Date Replica gets fastened to the wrist via a solid 18kt yellow gold folding clasp with the signature Calatrava cross; the hallmark of Patek Philippe. This particular model comes on a brown crocodile leather strap.

The 18kt yellow gold case is 38mm width with a case thickness of 11.8mm and beautifully polished. The strap can be seen fastened to the golden lugs with solid gold screws.