Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold

//Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold

Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold

Okay, so nothing super new here, but this is the type of thing that will get a hardcore PP guy going – the 5170 has been shown in rose gold! The 5170 is, for the uninitiated, the classic manually wound, two-register, in-house chronograph from Patek Philippe. You can read a full review of it here. So what’s the deal for the 5170R? Essentially you have the same watch as the last 5170G with black dial and leaf hands, but now in a rose case with silvery opaline dial (5170R-001), and black dial (5170R-010). The 5170G with white pulsation scale is now discontinued, though the black Breguet dial is still in limited production.

Patek 5170R-010 Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold PatekPhilippe 5170R 5

We’ve got the same superb in-house, column-wheel chronograph, that same 39.4 mm case, and all the fixings you’d expect with a Patek of this stature. Price will be exactly the same as the 5170G, or just north of $80,000. More here and here.

Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold Introducing: The Patek Philippe 5170R – The Classic Manually Wound Patek Goes Rose Gold PatekPhilippe 5170R 4

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