Patek Philippe 5236P perpetual calendar online
As influencer hunters, waitlist enthusiasts and hype fans drool over the super-limited new line of Nautilus watches, the real Patek heads are losing their minds for this 5236P online perpetual calendar. This is one for the nerds – truly enjoying the piece requires a basic knowledge of the perpetual calendar, a feature that displays the day of the week and the full date. The perpetual calendar is generally a busy function: it requires a lot of real estate to wrap all this information on a watch display. (This Nautilus uses three different sub-dials to convey this information.) This new Patek spits it all out in one tidy line. The result is one of the cleanest, easiest to digest perpetual calendars. Of course, the simplicity is the result of a synchronized madness underneath. Check out the two synchronized wheels below the surface that keep this watch running.
Cartier Tank Must
Cartier is best known for bringing his most iconic designs out of the archives, whether it’s last year’s Asymetrique or this year’s Cloche. This new version, however, unearths an entire program. Cartier Must was first launched in the late 1970s to combat the quartz crisis – thanks to quartz watches were suddenly much more affordable, so Cartier responded with a sort of diffusion line in Must that brought quartz at the historic house. The watches were exceptionally affordable and in some cases extremely colorful. Now Cartier is bringing back the Tank Must in blue, green, and burgundy at a cost of $ 2,720 each.
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