Patek Philippe 7150/250R - Complications
Patek Philippe has given a new look to its manually wound chronograph for women by endowing it with a timeless, understated rose-gold case adorned with vintage details, such as round guilloched pushers and a gently cambered sapphire-crystal “box” glass. The silvery opaline dial, framed by a bezel encircled with diamonds, also combines modern spirit with classic beauty.
Mechanical manually wound movement. Caliber CH 29‑535 PS. Pulsimeter.
Silvery opaline with gold applied Breguet numerals.
Rose gold. Sapphire-crystal case back. Water resistant to 30 m. Diameter: 38 mm. Height: 10.59 mm.
72 diamonds: ~0.78 ct. (bezel). 27 diamonds: ~0.21 ct. (prong buckle). Total 99 diamonds: ~0.99 ct.
Patek Philippe has been pursuing traditional Genevan watchmaking artistry without interruption since 1839. The manufacture benefits from full creative freedom, which allows it to design, develop, and craft watches that connoisseurs consider to be the world's finest – as pledged by its founders Antoine Norbert de Patek and Adrien Philippe. In addition to exceptional skills, Patek Philippe also nurtures a tradition of innovation that has meanwhile been crowned by over one hundred patents. The jewel in the crown of a Patek Philippe watch is the fact that, from its case and dial to its beating heart, it has been finished by hand by a dedicated, trained specialist, with skills passed down through generations.