Patek Philippe Complications Chronograph 5070

Description

The Patek Philippe 5070 was, when introduced, the first 'simple' chronograph by this brand in about 4 decades. It was originally launched in version with yellow gold case and black dial; in 2001 it was accompanied by a red gold and white gold version. The yellow 5070J was discontinued in 2004, while the latter two made it to 2008.

Case

Material: Red Gold
Glass: Sapphire
Back: Open
Shape: Round
Diameter: 42.00 mm
Height: 12.75 mm
W/R: 25.00 m

Dial

Color: Silver
Indexes: Arabic numerals
Hands: Feuille

Movement

The CH 27-70 finds its base in the Lemania 2310. This hand-wound chronograph movement powered the iconic 5070 chronograph until it was replaced by the in-house 5170.

Type:Handwound
Brand:Patek Philippe
Caliber:CH 27-70
Base: Lemania 2310
Display:Analog
Diameter:27.50 mm
Jewels:24
Reserve:60 h
Frequency:18000 bph
Time:Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds
Chronograph:Chronograph, Column wheel

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