GRANDES COMPLICATIONS 6300G
TWO FACES, TWENTY COMPLICATIONS
Patek Philippe is releasing an elegant, stylish variation of its most complicated wristwatch ever produced as part of its regular collection, the Grandes Complications 6300G.
To mark its 175th anniversary, Patek Philippe revealed an exceptional timepiece applying all the expertise it had acquired over the years, the Grandmaster Chime Référence 5175. In 2016, as part of the 6300 series, the most complicated wristwatch ever produced by the brand joined the regular collection. This year, it returns in a new 47.7 mm white gold case with a thickness of 16.07 mm, comprising two blue opaline dials. One has a center decorated with a hand-guilloched Clou de Paris pattern and displays the time information, second time zone, chime mode indicator, and power reserve indicator. The other shows, among other things, the instant perpetual date and a four-digit year.
Within this refined case, the complex Calibre 300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM caliber and its 1366 components regulate its 20 complications including 5 chime functions. Two of them are exclusively patented to Patek Philippe. There is an alarm which sounds at the scheduled time and a date repeater which chimes the date on demand. Pushers on the case band enable the complications to be adjusted easily.
The Grandes Complications 6300G comes with a wide, shiny, navy blue leather strap completed with a folding buckle. The integrated rotation mechanism allows the watch face to be easily switched.
Price on request patek.com
By Dan Diaconu
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