The Patek Philippe replica watch world time reference number is the world timer updated in 2019. 5231J is a fake watch art that is almost unavailable.

Replica Patek Philippe World Time 5231J Watch

The luxury 5231J replica watch uses a caliber 240 HU. Among 239 parts (including a 22k gold rotor), the 240 HU has a power reserve of 48 hours. What is really noteworthy about 240 HU is that its thickness is only 3.88 mm, which is very thin. This is possible through the patented design that makes the winding rotor and bridge integration possible.

The 5231J is characterized by the cloisonne enamel flat ball in the center of the dial. Cloisonne is one of the four enamel techniques used by Patek Philippe replica watch. The process involves taking a thin gold wire and bending it into the shape of the desired design. The wire is then fixed to the substrate coated with an enamel layer. After filling the cells formed by the wires with enamel, the process will involve multiple sintering, depending on the specific color and effect they are to achieve.

Along the outer ring are the names of 24 cities, each of which represents a time zone. At the 10 o’clock position of the best replica watch, you will see the button pusher, which moves the time forward by one hour when engaged, as well as the city ring and the 24-hour ring. The red arrow at 12 o’clock will point to the city corresponding to your time zone. Of course, you can’t get the accuracy of the second time zone indicator, which can allow 30 or 45 minutes, but the ease and elegance of operation here is world-class.

Patek Philippe World Time Ref. 5231J top replica watch, placed side by side with the existing 5231 in a platinum case, matched with a platinum rice bracelet to define the low-key peak waste. The 5231J is housed in a 38.5mm wide and 10.23mm high gold case, which is slightly smaller than the 39.5mm wide 5231. However, it is best to use a smaller 38.5 mm wide case, because the dial’s 12 o’clock position and 6 o’clock position “Geneva” are not engraved with the words “Patek Philippe”.