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 a perfect choice. The watch features a hand-wound, CHR 27-525 PS caliber 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 carats), 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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