The release of Patek Philippe Chronograph 5172G is different

In the last few decades, Patek Philippe has surprised us with a lineup of revamped versions. This year is a little different, however, with the launching of this gold 5172G. About 5172 and the 5170 differ from one another, you may be asking yourself. The 5170 was the first chronograph made by Patek Philippe at 2010, to start with. It was also considered the company’s sole manual-wound chronograph version.
Following a number of years on the marketplace, the company announced the end of 5170 and published a model that was reengineered in the type of the 5172G. The new 5172G, a white stone chronograph watch, started in March 2019. It is a manual-winding chronograph which features a blue dial and luminous Hindu-Arabic numerals. Calfskin strap, and the 5172G’s syringe palms, around pushers are and also have more of a vintage feel when compared with 5170. Moreover, it’s protected with a Plexiglas, below. It offers a power reserve also runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour. Therefore, it is a perfect tool for businessmen, pilots, divers, or watch fans. Its design makes it a ideal dress watch for any event.