Last week we brought you the news on the new Patek Philippe Ladies' Chronograph ref. 7150/250R. Today, we bring you our live pictures of this incredible watch that could play as a unisex timepiece thanks to its generous 38 mm case proportions. Fitted with a round 18K rose gold case with a diameter of 38 mm and featuring a bezel set with 72 diamonds, this is a chronograph we can totally see being worn by a guy that likes diamonds on his watches. Its timeless sleek design is emphasized by a very refined vintage-looking details such as the fluted and delicately curved lugs, the round chronograph pushers with manually guillochéd faces, and the gently cambered box sapphire crystal.
Things to Know About the Watch
The silvery opaline dial combines a contemporary style with classic aesthetics, showcasing sculpted Breguet hour and minute hands in rose gold as well as Breguet numerals. Additionally, the dial features a pulsometer scale that pays tribute to the tradition of classic chronographs that can measure the cadence of an active lifestyle or the slightly increased heart rate of its proud owner.
The compact case accommodates the Patek Philippe manual wound calibre CH 29-535 PS with instantaneous 30-minute chronograph. This column wheel chronograph is composed of 270 parts and 33 jewels. While beating at a frequency of 28,800 vph, the movement provides a power reserve of 65 hours. The lavish finishes of the movement can be admired through the box-type sapphire crystal display case back.
On the Wrist & Pricing
On the wrist, the new Patek Philippe Manual Wound Ladies' Chronograph ref. 7150/250R wears slightly bigger than its actual size and more like a 39 mm watch. A perfect watch for those ladies that appreciate horology and the ritual of winding their watches every morning. For the men brave enough to steal their lady's timepiece, this watch won't make you look like you just did. A stunning chronograph worth every penny.
Sticker Price $83,918 USD. For more info on Patek Philippe click here.