Patek Philippe SA is a Swiss luxury watch and clock manufacturer founded in 1839, located in Canton of Geneva and the Vallee de Joux. Since 1932, it has been owned by the Stern family in Switzerland. It designs and manufactures timepieces as well as movements, including some of the most complicated mechanical watches. Learn more about Patek Philippe HK below.
Top Patek Philippe Watches Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Patek Philippe Nautilus Blue Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 140,759.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Aquanaut Black Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 72,569.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Complications Blue Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 48,199.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Aquanaut Brown Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 90,999.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Complications Blue Dial Men's Calendar Watch||HK$ 55,289.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Aquanaut Blue Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 96,389.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Calatrava White Dial Ladies Watch||HK$ 23,999.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe Calatrava White Dial 18K Rose Gold Men's Watch||HK$ 28,619.00||watchshopping|
|Patek Philippe 1959 Preowned Calatrava 31Mm||HK$ 116,373.00||Farfetch|
|Patek Philippe Nautilus Silver Dial Men's Watch||HK$ 104,900.00||watchshopping|
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Like Rolex, Patek Philippe is an independent brand, and so this storied Swiss watchmaker has carved its esoteric path through the thickets of horology to create what many argue are the very best watches in the world. Established in 1839, Patek Philippe has since developed a vast collection that currently includes over 160 watches and over 40 in-house movements.
Patek Philippe: Luxury Watches for Men & Women
Established in 1839, Patek Philippe has since developed a vast collection that currently includes over 160 watches and over 40 in-house movements. From the Nautilus, Aquanaut, Calatrava collection, and more, there’s a Patek Philippe watch for everyone.
Some would say that Patek Philippe was playing catch up to Audemars Piaget’s groundbreaking Royal Oak when it hired acclaimed designer Gerald Genta in the 1970s, but the resulting watch, the Nautilus, went on to be a disco-era classic unto itself. Today, the demand is so high that you’ll have to wiggle your way onto a long waitlist to get one.
Many consider this the perfect luxury sports watch at 40mm. The real deal is the steel, and it’s rarer than the gold versions. Waiting lists for the steel are years-long, and you’ll probably have to already be a regular customer at the dealer to even get on those lists. This is the model Patek riffs on the most.
Launched in 1997, the Aquanaut was Patek’s attempt to offer a more affordable sports watch. It is, however, an incredibly cool, water-ready watch that has a sportier edge than the Nautilus, largely due to the bold numerals and its iconic mid-century dial engraving (until they pave it with diamonds, that is).
5869 Aquanaut Chronograph
This watch is a brilliant execution of the chronograph complication, with an inconspicuous 60-minute totalizer on the traditionally placed single sundial. The orange hands are extra sporty, especially on a Patek Philippe, while the larger 42.2mm case wears like a modern sport watch.
During the Great Depression, Patek launched the Calatrava as a Bauhaus-inspired solution to the draining bank accounts of America and Europe (very few folks were buying complicated wristwatches them). Like many solutions to hardship, the Calatrava broke the mold and set Patek Philippe ahead as a modern-thinking company. Today, these elegant watches defy the ages to appear as current as ever.
With a minimalist sundial for the running seconds hand and its refreshing lack of date window, the 5196 epitomizes the unadorned Bauhaus aesthetic that undergirds the Calatrava line. The 37mm case harkens back to an era when watches were generally smaller, but the 5196 has a massive wrist presence.
With 34 models, the Grand Complications are how Patek Philippe shows off. Including minute repeaters (chiming mechanical devices), tourbillons (rotating escapements), incredible celestial maps, and more, these watches are Haute Horlogerie personified.
5327 Perpetual Calendar
A perpetual calendar will mechanically account for leap years, and- if wound properly- will remain accurate for decades on end. The busy subdials of the 5327 are surface reminders of the complexity that lies beneath the dial.
Golden Ellipse Collection
When these watches came out in 1968, there really wasn’t anything like them on the market. Ultra-thin, often paired with dripping gold bracelets reminiscent of an Antoni Gaudi cathedral, and able to jive with that era’s Armani and YSL suiting, the Golden Ellipse didn’t just depart from Patek Philip’s aesthetic, but from that of all of horology. Reissued recently in an updated larger size, the Golden Ellipse has been warmly welcomed back into the Patek lineup.
Back in 1998, Patek Philippe introduced this line of smaller, mostly jewelled watches. Especially in the bigger-is-better late 1990s, these were truly aimed at women, and remain so today. The largest is the round 7300 model at 36mm.
Also aimed at women, these smaller watches come in an assortment of elegant and traditionally feminine shapes, often encrusted with diamonds. These art-deco watches allow Patek Philippe to dip into its storied history, offering early 20th Century elegance in the digital era. Time telling plays second fiddle to the jewels throughout this lineup.
How many Patek Philippe are made each year?
Founded in 1839, and closely held by the Stern family since 1932, Patek Philippe does not disclose its annual production or revenue- but reports have estimated it produces 60,000 timepieces annually and generates 1.5 billion Swiss francs in sales.