Patek Philippe Cushion-shaped Men's Perpetual Calendar
#wtbasel/Réf. 5940. Cushion-shaped case and ultrathin self-winding caliber 240 are united in this elegant new model.
The ultra-thin Ref. 5940 Perpetual Calendar is an exquisite manifestation of a grand tradition. In 1925, Patek Philippe presented the world's first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar. Around the same time, it showcased the first Art Deco-inspired cushion-shaped cases that now enjoy cult status.
The patented Patek Philippe ultrathin self-winding caliber 240 with a 22K gold mini-rotor recessed in the plate debuted in 1977. The 1.35-mmhigh calendar mechanism with a 1461-day memory sits atop the legendary movement with a height of just 2.53 mm.
These horological accomplishments are united for the first time in the elegant Ref. 5940 (44.6 x 37 x 8.6 mm) in an 18K yellow-gold case.
Patek Philippe enjoys outstanding renown and rare prestige, due to the constancy with which the Manufacture has applied its philosophy of excellence ever since it was founded.Find out more >
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