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Patek Philippe’s Ladies First Chronograph – 2009 TimeZone Ladies Watch of the Year

Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph

Patek Philippe’s Ladies First Chronograph watch inspired by Patek Philippe’s Art Deco watch from 1930s, features a cushion-shaped case with rounded angles, warm rose gold tone, ergonomic rectangular pushers and fluted crown. The look is handsome, mature and a little retro, but most importantly, very unique.

The Patek Philippe Ladies First Chronograph, reference 7071R, features an 18-carat rose gold cushion-shaped case that measures 35mm x 39mm. Rectangular buttons activate the chronograph functions and a fluted crown winds the manufacture CH 29-535 PS hand-wound movement.

Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph

The watch has a traditional column-wheel-controlled CH 29-535 PS caliber hand wound movement and patented improvements to make the watch truly reliable. There are two dial options: one in black with fine guilloched pattern, and the other one in silvery opaline. The dial is completed by large leaf-shaped hands, two off-center subdials for small seconds and the 30-minute counter and exceptional diamond decoration at the edge. Protecting the dial of fabulous arrangement is a slightly domed sapphire-crystal glass.

No high luxury women’s watch would be complete without a requisite number of diamonds. As such, the round dial is surrounded with a buffer zone of 136 diamonds between it and the cushion shaped bezel of the case. The watch dial comes in black or white, with various reptile strap colors. Price is about $70,000, but keep in mind that it is still Patek Phillipe.

Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph
Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph
Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph
Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph
Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph
Patek Philippe - Ladies First Chronograph

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