Patek Philippe replica watch takes audacity to call a new watch a classic, but in …
Introduced in 1996 and patented by Patek Philippe replica watches, the Annual Calendar 5396 is the first timekeeping mechanism that automatically displays the month, the day of the week, and the correct date under consideration of months with 30 and 31 days, so it must be adjusted only once a year on March 1.
While the Swiss watch brand is getting used to six figure watch sales at auction, it is very rare to see a brand new model reach the same landmark. But collectors fought hard to add this unique Patek Philippe Ref. 5396T watch replica to their watch cabinet.
Patek Philippe took part in Geneva’s Children Action Charity on Monday night, and raised a cool CHF 1 million with the sale of a unique model made for the occasion.
Patek Philippe has been participating in the Children Action Charity since 2007, when it presented a unique Patek Philippe Calatrava 6000T.
Specially designed for Children Action Charity, this unique timepiece in titanium features a sapphire-crystal case back marked with the indication “Children Action 2015,” as well as a satin-finish with blue accents on the dial and the hands which make it different from the brand’s commercial cheap fake Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Ref. 5396T watch.
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