Everything New From Patek Philippe

Everything New From Patek Philippe

This past month has been a great one for Patek Philippe watch enthusiasts, as Patek Philippe launched a bunch of new watches in a really short period. Today, we will be looking at all the latest releases. So without further ado, let's discuss all new Patek Philippe watches. 

Let us start with the Nautilus, shall we?

Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5811/1G-001 In WHITE GOLD

Yes, you read it correctly. It is back. After everyone had been wondering for a while as to what would replace the Nautilus 5711, which was discontinued last year, we finally have an answer, and it is a special one. This watch has a 41 mm white gold case which means it is 1 mm bigger than the beloved 5711. The new ref. 5811/1G-001 features a sunburst blue dial with a black gradation. Patek Philippe made this watch such that it has a two-part case which is a throwback to the "monobloc" case of the Nautilus 3700. The movement that lies inside this beautifully crafted case is the Patek Caliber 26-330 S C, the same movement that was used in the last version of the ref. 5711 from 2019 to 2021. The bracelet's clasp has also been updated. It is still a fold-over clasp, but it now features a new adjustable and lockable system that allows the wearer to adjust the size of the bracelet by two or four mm.

The Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph Ref. 5990/1A-011 

Here we have another Nautilus, the ref. 5990/1A-011. This Nautilus has a 40.5 mm steel case and a sunburst blue dial with black gradation. The dial features luminescent-coated gold-applied hour markers. This Patek Philippe watch features Caliber CH 28-520 C FUS, a self-winding movement. This movement has a chronograph attached to it. It has a steel bracelet with a lockable and adjustable system. 

The Patek Philippe Aquanaut Luce "Rainbow" Chronograph Ref. 7968/300R-001

The first ever self-winding Patek Philippe ladies' chronograph, the new ref. 7968/300R-001 measures at 39.9 mm, and that should be equally suited for the boys. The bezel of the 39.9 mm rose gold case is decorated with two rows of baguette-cut gemstones. The inner row is set with 40 rare white Top Wesselton diamonds, while the outer row consists of 40 sapphires in the colors of a rainbow. Moving on to the dial, here we have a mother-of-pearl dial engraved with the Aquanaut motif and features 18k rose gold applied Arabic numerals and hour markers with rainbow baguette sapphires. The baton hands are luminous, which makes the hours and minutes easily legible. Inside the 18k rose gold case, Patek Philippe has put the Caliber CH 28-520 self-winding movement. A chronograph is also equipped with the movement. The chronograph can be used using the two satin-finished chronograph pushers. The watch originally comes with a red strap, with additional matte beige and matte white straps being available.

The Patek Philippe Grand Complications Ref. 5204G Split-Seconds Chronograph Perpetual Calendar

This Patek Philippe watch features a 40 mm white gold case with an olive-green sunburst dial. The dial features gold-applied baton-style hour markers. Inside its 40 mm case, Patek Philippe has put a manual winding movement, the Caliber CHR 29-535 PS Q. A chronograph is also attached to the movement.

The Patek Philippe Complications Self-Winding World Time Flyback Chronograph - Ref. 5935A-001

This new Patek Philippe watch features a 41 mm steel case and a rose-gilt opaline dial with a carbon motif. The dial features charcoal gray gold-applied luminescent-coated hour markers. The watch comes with a calfskin hand-stitched taupe strap with an additional beige strap. Inside its steel case sits the Caliber CH 28-520 HU, a self-winding movement with a chronograph attached.

The Patek Philippe Grand Complications Split-Seconds Monopusher Chronograph With Perpetual Calendar Ref. 5373P-001

Here we have another addition to the grand complications line of watches. It has a 38.3 mm platinum case and a charcoal-colored dial with black gradation. The dial features gold-applied numerals. The watch is powered by Caliber CHR 27-525 PS Q, which has a chronograph attached to it. Connecting the watch to the wrist is a black calfskin strap embossed with a fabric pattern. 


These past two months were of a lot of surprises and joys for watch enthusiasts, especially those who like Patek Philippe. During this time, we saw a bunch of excellent watches, both functionally and aesthetically. We saw a lot of quality and will hopefully see more of it in the coming months as we near the end of another successful year. It will be exciting to see what Patek Philippe has planned.