Patek Philippe rarely disappoint when showing off extraordinary craftsmanship, and the 6300G Grand Complications timepiece is the most complicated wristwatch from the Swiss luxury watch and clock manufacturer in Vallée de Joux, Geneve, the country of Luxury Watches.
When buying these exquisite art pieces for your pocket or wrist, a getaway to the alps of Switzerland is worth the time. The family owned watchmaker is one of the oldest manufacturers in the world, and a private jet journey to over the Swiss alps will definitely add value to your buying experience rather than just showing up in one of their 400 local retail outlets.
The Patek Philippe 6300G Watch
With new blue dials the watch manually wound mechanical movement, and it’s the most complicated Patek Philippe wristwatch that unites accomplishment and elegance in a new white gold version, boasting a front and back blue opaline dial.
The watch has a unique reversible case, adorned with a hand-guilloched hobnail pattern, notable for its patented reversing mechanism. The case is white gold, but not water resistant, but can manage humidity and is dust protected. The strap is alligator leather with square scales, hand-stitched, shiny navy blue with fold-over clasp. The 20 complications include five chiming modes, two of which are patented world firsts with an acoustic alarm that strikes the preselected time and a date repeater sounding the date on demand. Explore the 6300G.