The Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar collection originated in the mid 1980's. This line of watches features a classic design that is both elegant and effortless, making these timepieces appeal to collectors, avid wearers, industry members, and journalists across the board. The models in this collection are slimmer than many modern timepieces, with a case diameter of only about 37mm on average. The Perpetual Calendar watches are self-winding, however, other complicated features, like chronographs, are available. The chronograph options vary, but they can include date as well as moon phases. In addition to the functionality of the chronographs, they are also beautifully crafted with graphic designs. Another design selection offered in the Perpetual Calendar family is either leather or a variety of metal straps. Overall, the Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar collection is comprised of staple timepieces for daily wear and watch aficionados.
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