As expected, the Swiss luxury watchmaker created a stunning timepiece for this special occasion – …
The cushion-shaped Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Ref. 5940 replica watch in white gold with a tastefully executed dial, powered by the calibre 240 Q.
At Baselworld 2014, Patek Philippe added the white gold ref. 5940G to the collection, an ultra-thin, cushion-shaped, self-winding perpetual calendar timepiece; in a word, the essence of what a Patek Philippe watch is.
The case is carré-shaped (French for square) with the perpetual calendar laid out in the 3-6-9 format typical of the calibre 240 Q. Even though the 5940G has little novelty in design or mechanism, it is a very attractive Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar 5940g copy timepiece.
The dial is a silvery-white with applied Breguet-style numerals, with a striking serif font for the numbers and letters found on the calendar sub-dials.
The Patek Philippe 5940g Perpetual Calendar comes on a shiny black alligator strap with pin buckle and an interchangeable set of casebacks.
The calibre 240 Q (the “Q” suffix stands for quantième, calendar in French) is long in tooth. Invented in 1985, it has been in uninterrupted production since then, making it the most common Patek Philippe perpetual calendar movement.
This unusual typography is reminiscent of old Patek Philippe pocket watches replica. This contrasts with the Arial-like font found on most of the brand’s other perpetual calendars.