Introducing: The Patek Philippe Ref. 5168G 20th Anniversary Aquanaut
Now, don’t misunderstand me, this is certifiably not a dressy Aquanaut using any and all means. It is, be that as it may, a totally different watch from the Aquanaut you’re presumably acquainted with. How exactly?
The Patek Philippe Aquanaut ref. 5168G.
The dial has a rich blue angle that becomes dark at the very edge.
To start, the 5168G has a 42.2mm case made of strong white gold. Difference that with the 40mm steel instance of the 5167A, and you’ll promptly understand this is an alternate monster. The extents and styling stay flawless notwithstanding, so you get similar lines and similar blend of cleaning on the edges and brushing on the highest point of the bezel. This is the main white gold Aquanaut, however both the ref. 5167 (time and date) and the ref. 5164 (travel time) are accessible in rose gold.
Even in the bigger, white gold setup you actually get the exemplary Aquanaut geometry.
Then there’s the dial. Rather than an even dark, there is a wonderful blue slope that turns dark at the very edges. It unquestionably pulls you in and asks for a more intensive look. You get similar Arabic numerals in white gold, with white gold radiant markers, and at three o’clock is the recognizable white date show as well. By and large, the dial stands apart as the best thing about this watch.
The type 324 SC development, seen through the back.
Powering the watch is the type 324 SC, a similar three-hand date development that can be found in the 5167A. That implies that with the greater case you get a gander at a moderately little development through the sapphire back. It would have been ideal to see another or refreshed type here (or a 40mm watch), instead of a bigger watch with the equivalent movement.
On the wrist, the 5168G wears well for a 42.2mm white gold watch.
The Patek Philippe Aquanaut ref. 5168G is certainly not a restricted version and is evaluated at $38,557.
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