Patek Philippe also offers many complicated watches that have plenty of everyday utility. More Patek Philippe clone watches.
Patek Philippe’s world-time watch, which debuted in 1937 and has been released over the decades in numerous stylistic variations. The watch comes with a 38.5-mm white- or rose-gold case. Individually shaped and boldly angular hands rotate above the dial, which is elaborately guilloché-embellished and anthracite colored near the center. This latest incarnation preserves the simplicity of time setting: the traveler brings the desired time zone to the top of the dial by pressing the push-piece at the 10. Meanwhile, the 24-hour ring and the openwork hour hand jump along to stay in synchrony so all of the times are correct after the user has set the watch for a new time zone. The central hour and minutes hands can be repositioned by pulling the crown outward and turning it: this causes only the 24-hour ring to turn along with the hands because the desired reference location should logically remain unchanged. As an aid to orientation, the nighttime hours from 6 pm to 6 am are printed against a black background on the hour ring.
Patek Philippe provides the usual indicators for the date, the day of the week, and the month, along with a moon-phase display and a 24-hour indicator that share a subdial at 6. This 38.5- mm watch is available in white gold with a gray dial or in rose gold with a silvery white face. Patek Philippe celebrated the 20th anniversary of its invention by debuting two variations of annual calendar Reference 5396 in 2016. This complication is only 20 years old because it was developed several decades after the premiere of its big brother, the perpetual calendar.
Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time, which debuted in 2015, adds another practical feature: not only is there an alternately blue and white day-night indicator for home time, there’s also an identical day-night display for local time, i.e., wherever in the world the wearer happens to be at the moment. The date is shown by a hand on a large subdial, which gives the face an attractive, symmetrical look. The time-zone indicator is even more useful when it’s complemented by additional displays, such as a day-night indicator or a date display.