UK Swiss replica Patek Philippe blessed the watch world early this morning with a plethora of new watch releases. Tony and Danny have already tackled the flock of new Nautili, led by the introduction of the brand-new 5811/1G, a next-gen 5711.
For a lot of fans, those would be the highlights. My own reaction: Why focus on an iterative release like that when Patek Philippe fake for sale also released one of the oddest and most downright fascinating high complications in recent memory?
That’s exactly what the just-announced perfect fake Patek Philippe 5373P-001 is, a split-seconds monopusher chronograph combined with a perpetual calendar mechanism inside of a 38.3mm × 12.93mm round case made of heavy-hitting 950 platinum, with a dynamic charcoal-and-red vertical satin-finish livery for the dial. It’s a potent mechanical combination highlighted even further by its punchy dial design that to my mind bears an ever-so-slight resemblance to a small number of unique pieces (see: here, here, and here) that luxury replica Patek Philippe has previously crafted for some of its most important clients.
But that’s not the weirdest part of the all-new best 1:1 replica Patek Philippe 5373P-001. No, sir. The most unexpected element here is that the 5373P-001 actually features a so-called “destro” orientation best suited for left-handed collectors. In other words, the movement has been reversed so that the crown and chronograph pushers now reside on the nine o’clock left side of the case instead of their traditional placement on the right side around three o’clock.
If all of this is sounding mighty familiar to you right about now, it should. Everyone following along with Watches & Wonders this year walked away with a new Italian vocabulary word in their arsenal. The Italian word for “right,” destro, was the unexpected buzzword of the fair – if not for the entire year! – after Rolex released the southpaw-specific super clone Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 126720VTNR.
Hidden at the end of the aaa quality replica Patek Philippe 5373P-001’s announcement is a quiet obituary for a pair of Pateks from the recent past: “From now on, this watch is the only remaining model with the caliber CHR 27-525 PS Q movement that was formerly available in the cheap super clone Patek Philippe Ref. 5372P-001 and 5372P-010; both models have been retired from the collection.”