For almost ten years, Patek Philippe has been offering women timepieces that are elegant and striking – high quality chronographs with a classic architecture, featuring a column-wheel and horizontal coupling. In 2018, the Geneva manufacture unveils a new addition to its luxury collection, the 7150/250R chronograph.
Its once cushion-shaped case has been redesigned and is now round, in 18-carat rose gold, graced with 72 pure top Wesselton diamonds (0.78 ct) set into the bezel. The silvered opaline dial subtly evokes a vintage spirit that is understated and timeless. At once contemporary and classic, this timepiece features hours, minutes, 30-minute counters, small seconds and chronograph functions, all powered by the CH 29-535 PS caliber, a hand-wound mechanical movement.
In homage to the tradition of classic chronographs, Patek Philippe has endowed its timepiece with a pulso-metric scale that can measure the rhythms of an active life or the beating of the wearer’s heart. The timepiece has a power reserve of 65 hours and the case diameter measures 38 mm, bezel set with 72
A sapphire crystal covers the front and case back and the watch is water-resistant up to 30 meters. The watch is fitted with an alligator leather strap with large glossy mink grey scales and a rose gold pin buckle (18k) set with 27 diamonds (0.21 ct).
For 175 years without interruption, Patek Philippe has been perpetuating the tradition of Swiss watchmaking. As the last family-owned independent watch manufacturer in Geneva, it enjoys total creative freedom to entirely design, produce and assemble what experts agree to be the finest timepieces in the world – following the vision of its founders Antoine Norbert de Patek (1839) and Adrien Philippe (1845). Thanks to its exceptional know-how, Patek Philippe maintains a tradition of innovation hailed by an impressive repertoire of more than 100 patents.