Replica Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002P – Patek Philippe Clone Watches
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Replica Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002P
Series: Patek Philippe Grand Complications clone watches
Diameter: 42.8 mm
The Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon was released in 2001 in two metals, platinum, and yellow gold. At the time of its release, it was the most complicated wristwatch Patek Philippe had ever produced. A title the watch held for 12 years until the 6002 replaced it. Despite the watch continuing Patek Philippe’s long tradition of making complicated watches, this Sky Moon represents the first of its kind, starting a new tradition later carried on by the reference 6002. The Sky Moon collection has since expanded into multiple beautiful, complicated watches that may be more complex and have more intricate design work, but this first reference will always be special among them, and if I’m being honest, I think this reference is the best looking of the bunch.
This replica Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon 5002P watch with measuring 42.8mm in diameter and 16.8mm thick, with the large mid-case featuring an intricately engraved Calatrava cross pattern, a minute repeater pusher, and two different crowns. The watch also notably has two dials. The top-side dial is vintage-esque with a creamy off-white coloring and a Calatrava cross guilloché design similar to that found on the mid-case. On the smooth outer track, you’ll find white gold Roman numerals indicating hours as well as red serif numerals for the retrograde date function. At the center, there are four subdials displaying the leap year at twelve, month at three, moon age at six, and the day at nine.
Flip the watch over, and you are greeted with an entirely different aesthetic. The deep blue night sky with golden stars serves as a backdrop for displaying the phase and orbit of the moon, standard time, and around the outer perimeter silvered numerals displaying sidereal time, a time scale based on the Earth’s rotation rate relative to fixed stars. This reverse dial, with its old-world celestial-based complications, is really what sets this watch apart from other complicated timepieces we see so often. It adds a level of romance to the watch and reminds you just how old the craft of watchmaking is.
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