Patek Philippe Ladies First Split Seconds Chronograph is the world’s thinnest split-seconds column-wheel watch


If you are looking for the perfect watch for an exceptional woman in your life then the Ladies First Split Seconds Chronograph from Patek Philippe is the perfect choice. The watch features hand wound, CHR 27-525 PS calibre movement and is said to be the world’s thinnest split-seconds column-wheel chronograph. The 18 carat pink gold 33.2 mm case spots a shimmering bezel encrusted with 153 diamonds (0.72 carat), and the Sapphire crystal caseback also glitters with 76 diamonds (0.40 carats).

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The dial face crafted with a Matt grained opaline finish features 18 carat pink gold hourmarkers and Arabic numerals 60-minute and small seconds counters at 3 and 9 o’clock respectively. The chronograph is finished with a hand-stitched, matt pearly beige alligator leather strap that spots a gold buckle studded with 26 diamonds (0.18 carats).
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