Introducing The Patek Philippe Ref. 7234G-001 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time
A long, quite a while past , back when the world was “ordinary” and you could jump on a plane and go to any country you satisfied, you may have worn a watch that caused you monitor time back home. Since you are stuck at home (a few of us more than others), you long for when you can tie on your GMT and wander time regions with surrender. As an interminable confident person, I realize that this opportunity will come again soon (for example three years), and when that opportunity arrives, you will need something a tad extra for that first great outing. Signal, the new Patek Philippe Ref. 7234G-001 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time.
Now, I understand you’re’s opinion, “Cara, this watch isn’t new 🙄.” That’s since you have seen this reference before when it dispatched at the Patek Philippe Grand Exhibition in Singapore ; in any case, that model was in steel with a light blue dial and a Codura engineered tie. Besides, it was a restricted release. There is additionally a form in rose gold with an earthy colored dial that dispatched in 2018 at Baselworld. This time, the ref. 7234 is in white gold with a naval force dial, naval force lash, and an extra tan calfskin tie. The Ref. 7234 is the more modest adaptation of the Ref. 5524. It estimates 37.5mm in distance across rather than 42mm yet has generally similar extravagant accessories, including time, date, second time region, and day/night sign, all fueled by a similar programmed type 324 SC FUS. One prominent change is the advertising: This time, they are selling it as both a women’s and a men’s watch. The retail for the Ref. 7234G-001 is $48,985.
When the Ref. 5524G watch was first dispatched in 2015, it immediately got quite possibly the most sought after present day Pateks available, regardless of whether it was dubious from the start. It was energetic, it was white gold, and it was abnormal for a particularly moderate maker. Fortunately, Patek got the float and extended the assortment to incorporate rose gold and three extra references ( 5520P , 5522A and 7234A and R ).
The 7234G is a welcome expansion, as I would like to think, and a savvy move from Patek. I recollect the 7234A being so generally welcomed at the Grand-Expo in Singapore with the main complaint being: Why is this for “women?” Well, ask and they will convey. The 37.5mm white gold with naval force dial is the ideal unisex form of the Pilot’s watch. I would wear it. I’m certain Jack would wear it. I’m certain my mother would wear it. I’m almost certain anyone would – and could – wear this watch. And keeping in mind that I could go on about the specialized significance of the development, the force hold, the numerals, and so forth and so on, the core of the story here is the way that Patek is zeroing in on extending its contributions to all of its demographic and not categorizing their item to a particular individual. Notwithstanding, the Ref. 7234G will be a moment exemplary and, since it isn’t restricted, doubtlessly one for individuals to need to gather over years to come.
Brand: Patek Philippe
Model: Calatrava Pilot Travel Time
Reference Number: 7234G-001
Case Material: White gold
Dial Color: Navy
Indexes: Applied Arabic numerals
Water Resistance: Up to 60m
Strap/Bracelet: Navy blue calfskin in addition to an extra “vintage earthy colored” calfskin strap
Caliber: 324 SC FUS
Functions: Time, date, second time region, day/night indicator
Power Reserve: 35-45 hours
Frequency: 28,000 semi-motions per hour
Additional Details: With Patek Philippe seal
Evaluating & Availability
Limited Edition: No!
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