I am very happy to be able to get a Patek Philippe reference. 5235 watch. Obviously not ready to show at the 2012 Basel International Watch & Jewellery Show. Patek Philippe shared with me the reason is the dial. There is a specially engraved Patek Philippe Replica Watches name logo that needs to be done just right. Most of the dials are brushed metal pieces, with some fine details, I can imagine it must be difficult to perfect. For watch lovers who know what they are looking at, the final version will be very impressive. For Patek Philippe, the 5235 dial looks very modern. This is well-founded because it is largely one of the most modern Patek Philippe watches ever released.

Although Patek Philippe Replica is often considered a traditional watch brand with balance and style, innovation is a must for them because it applies to any modern company. This makes me wonder if Patek Philippe’s new watch will look like it 100 years later. This is definitely inspired by Bauhaus’s design aesthetics, which further promotes the concept of “forms always follow the function” and throws a little bit of healthy minimalism without overuse. The dial is designed to be very pure and easy to focus on legibility, proportion and proper contrast. Decorative decoration is not the focus of this work. The aesthetics of the dial are real and exist as an extension of their correctness to perform their intended function. The 5235 is also known as the almanac regulator – for reasons that do not require any special explanation. Something that needs to be discussed is the movement that makes everything happen.

What is even more exciting for mechanical movement enthusiasts is that this is the first non-limited edition Fake Patek Philippe Watches with Silinvar series parts. This includes the silicon Spiromax balance spring, the silicon Pulsomax escapement and the silicon Gyromax balance. The first Patek Philippe watch with high-tech Silinvar parts is the limited edition Ref. The 5550P has a 240 Q Si movement, which I introduced here. The Silinvar component is expected to be an important part of the future Patek Philippe movement – ideally it can be integrated into existing calibers, and Patek has proven it can be used with the 240 and 260 series. Silicon is important in the movement because it is very wear-resistant, does not require lubrication, is unaffected by magnetic forces, provides very little friction and overall, and can increase the life, accuracy and reliability of mechanical movements.