Patek Philippe Calibre 89

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Patek Philippe Calibre 89
Type Mechanical
Display Analogue
Introduced 1989

The Patek Philippe Calibre 89 is a commemorative pocket watch created in 1989, to celebrate the company's 150th anniversary. Declared by Patek Philippe as "the most complicated watch in the world", it weighs 1.1 kg, exhibits 24 hands and has 1,728 components in total, including a thermometer and a star chart. Made from 18 carat (75%) gold, it has an estimated value of $6 million, and took 5 years of research and development, and 4 years to manufacture. Four watches were made; one in white gold, one in yellow gold, one in rose gold and one in platinum.

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Specifications[edit]

  • Total diameter 89 mm
  • Total thickness 41 mm
  • Total weight 1100 grams

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