You’ll recall that Patek Philippe made heads turn at Baselworld with their first ever chronograph Aquanaut, the brand is causing a stir once again with their impressive new chronograph for women – the Patek Philippe Reference 7150R/250R Chronograph. This is a manually wound timepiece that will appeal to those with an abiding love of classic watches. The dial looks busy at first glance, but as with all great creations, every element that seems out of place, is there for a purpose.
The 38mm round case is made from pink gold and features 72 round diamonds on the bezel (amounting to around 0.78 carats). The chronograph pushers boast a guilloche detail while the silvery opaline dial gets an old school look thanks to gold Breguet Numerals. Inside is Patek’s manual CH 29-535 PS movement with a power reserve of 65 hours.
If you’ve had trouble finding the perfect chronograph that’s formal and not too sporty looking, this might be the watch for you. With its pleasingly neutral alligator strap and muted diamonds, this watch is a versatile timepiece that will likely be stylish for many years to come.