Combining two of Patek Philippe’s most coveted grand complications, the new Replica Reference 5204G-001 Split-seconds Chronograph Perpetual Calendar in white gold with olive-green dial joins the red gold version with slate gray dial that was presented in 2021.
The watch comes in a 40 mm x 14.3 mm case entirely polished by hand that is characterised by a concave bezel and two-tier lugs. Water resistance is guaranteed up to a pressure of 3 bar (30 metres / 100 feet).
The Best Patek Philippe Replica olive green sunburst dial with a black gradation to the periphery displays the day and month in two in-line apertures at 12 o’clock while the current date is indicated in the subdial at 6 o’clock, also incorporating the moon-phase aperture.
Small seconds and the instantaneous 30-minute chronograph counter are positioned on two subdials at 9 and 3 o’clock. The Fully Iced Out Patek Replica small round aperture between 4 and 5 o’clock is used to display the leap-year cycle while the one between 7 and 8 o’clock indicates whether it is day or night.
The gold Dauphine hour/minute hands and the applied baton-style faceted hour markers are treated with luminescent coating for improved legibility in darker environments.
The split-seconds chronograph function allows lap and intermediate times to be stopped without interrupting an ongoing measurement. The Patek Philippe Replica Swiss Movement two seconds hands are started and stopped by pressing the button at 2 o’clock. Pressing the split-seconds button in the crown will stop the split-seconds hand only. By pressing the split-seconds button again, the split-seconds hand will swiftly catch up with the chronograph hand. The button at 4 o’clock resets the two superimposed hands to zero.
The Fake Patek Philippe Watches transparent sapphire crystal of the caseback reveals the hand-wound calibre CHR 29-535 PS Q, a 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) movement with two column wheels and horizontal clutch that features seven patented innovations, including six for the chronograph and one for the split-seconds mechanism.