Patek Philippe With Chronograph
The Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Chronograph in platinum was published in 2006, It was the factory’s first self-winding chronograph watch. It shew a brand-new and special style with its outstanding monocounter and 3 big calendar window, and quickly setted-up itself as one of the most dream watches of the Patek Philippe portfolio. Now, the Capital “A” in the model designation 5960/1A, which represents acier (The steel from French), proclaimes a perfect change. The Annual Calendar Chronograph in stainless steel is not only the latest sibling of its lineage but will also replace all current gold and platinum versions. The technology of the replicas become higher and higher, so the replicas also have this image or function.
Patek Philippe’s stainless steel timepieces have often classified among the best content timepieces because they were elaborately made only in tiny numbers. They have limited editions. They were not often produced until 1976, when the factories introduced the casually graceful Nautilus line. Its moto: “One of the world’s most impressive timepieces is crafted of steel.” After 20 years, and the Aquanaut was also putted with a stainless steel case. With only few exceptions – such as the ultra-thin Ref. 5950A split-seconds chronograph which has been in the collection since 2010 – all other wristwatches were for man, and were systematically cased in gold or platinum. As regards this strict distinction between casual and classical watches, the new Ref. 5960/1A is another one of these attractive exceptions. With the higher and higher technical, the imitation or replicas are more and more distinguished by people, and the workmanship is better and better, so the homogeny are closer and closer.
So the replicas have a new tomorrow.