Aquanaut Luce Travel Time

5269/200R

Brand  : Patek Philippe
Collection  : Aquanaut
Model  : Aquanaut Luce Travel Time
Reference  : 5269/200R
Complement : Pink Gold - Diamonds - Composite Material Strap
On sale : 2021

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  • Brand  : Patek Philippe
    Collection  : Aquanaut
    Model  : Aquanaut Luce Travel Time
    Reference  : 5269/200R
    Complement : Pink Gold - Diamonds - Composite Material Strap
    On sale : 2021
    List Price : 35 000 €
    Diameter : 38.8 mm
    Thickness : 8.77 mm
    Styles : Jewellery
    Sporty
    Types : Quartz
    Calibre : E 23-250 S FUS 24H
    Calibre distinction : Côtes de Genève
    Complication : Second Time Zone (GMT)
    Day/Night Indicator
    Case material : Pink gold
    Case peculiarity : Screwed-down caseback
    Bezel set with diamonds
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 60 meters
    Dial : Adorned
    Dial color : White
    Display : Superluminova luminescent hands
    Pink gold hands
    Openworked GMT hand
    Indexes : Superluminova luminescent
    Markers
    Arabic numerals
    Pink gold Arabic numerals
    Glass : Antireflective coating
    Sapphire
    Strap material : Composite material
    Strap color : White
    Strap clasp : Folding buckle
    + More characteristics :
    Movement
    Caliber E 23-250 S FUS 24H quartz movement with sweep seconds, dual time zones (local time and home time) and a day/night indicator linked to home time
    Diameter: 23.9 mm
    Height: 2.95 mm
    Number of parts: 96
    Number of jewels: 9
    Quartz frequency: 32 768 Hz
    Power source: Silver oxide battery 1.55V
    Battery life: Approximately 3 years
    Displays:
    By hands: local time (solid hand), home time (skeletonized hand), minutes and sweep seconds
    By aperture: day/night indicator at 6 o’clock

    Case
    18K rose gold
    Bezel set with 48 brilliant-cut Top Wesselton Pure diamonds (~1.11 ct)
    Case dimensions:
    Diameter (10–4 o’clock): 38.8 mm
    Width (9–3 o’clock with crown): 40.9 mm
    Length (across lugs): 45.4 mm
    Height: 8.77 mm
    Width between lugs: 19.03 mm
    Three-positions crown:
    • Pushed in: normal operation
    • Pulled out half way: correcting the local time by increments of one hour backwards or forwards
    • Pulled out all the way: stopping the movement and setting the time

    Dial
    Brass, with Aquanaut motif embossed and varnished in matt white
    Applied Arabic numerals in 18K rose gold
    Baton-style local hour hand and minute hand in 18K rose gold with Superluminova® luminescent coating
    Skeletonized baton-style home hour hand in 18K rose gold
    Arrow-style seconds hand with counterpoise in Pfinodal, gilded with rose gold

    Strap
    Composite material ultra-resistant to water, ultraviolet radiation and wear, with raised checkerboard pattern in matt white
    Patented fold-over clasp in 18K rose-gold, secured by four independent catches

DESCRIPTION

  • Aquanaut and Aquanaut Luce
    Patek Philippe is revisiting the collection known for its modern, sporty chic – and launching a new travel watch for women

    Building on more than fifteen years’ success, Patek Philippe is presenting a new development in the design of the ladies’ Aquanaut Luce, namely a larger diameter (38.8 mm) and a new integrated strap in a composite material. This model of casual chic is available in steel (Reference 5267/200A) or in rose gold (5268/200R) with a choice of dial colors and coordinated straps. Also making its debut in the ladies’ Aquanaut Luce line is a completely new travel watch, as elegant as it is practical, powered by a quartz Travel Time movement (Reference 5269/200R). The Aquanaut models for men, meanwhile, are enriched by the arrival of the first white-gold version of the Aquanaut Chronograph, with a color scheme of midnight blue or khaki green (Reference 5968G).

    n 1976, Patek Philippe defined its own vision of casual elegance by launching the famous Nautilus. And having done so well, it did not stop there. In 1997, it reaffirmed its ability to innovate by unveiling another high-end sporty watch, the Aquanaut, this too destined to become a cult model.

    With its modern, unexpected design and a character all its own, the Aquanaut created a sensation. And it remains every inch as daring today. The case and the rounded octagonal bezel, both inspired by the Nautilus, stand out by their instantly recognizable shapes and alternation of polished and satin-brushed finishes. The dial and strap in matching colors, embellished with an embossed checkerboard pattern, lend an original, dynamic touch.

    The strap is a feature in its own right. It is a made of a high-tech water-resistant composite material that is supple, comfortable and pleasant to touch and noted for its extreme resistance to traction, wear, salt water and ultraviolet radiation. In short, it was made to partner the most active lifestyles.

    The first Aquanaut was in steel with a black dial and strap. It was sought after by connoisseurs favoring a refined but relaxed approach to life. This atypical model also enabled a new, younger clientele to enter the rarefied world of Patek Philippe.

    For women wishing to combine modern sporty chic with a touch of sparkle, Patek Philippe created a special version of the Aquanaut, lit by a circle of diamonds on the bezel and named Aquanaut Luce (“light” in Italian). This timepiece first appeared on the Italian and Spanish 

    markets in 2004 and then on all five continents in 2005. Since then, the Aquanaut Luce has offered a choice of steel case with a quartz movement (Reference 5067) or rose gold with a self-winding movement (Reference 5068), with dials and matching straps in a variety of colors. It is also available in an Haute Joaillerie version combining the most sophisticated gem-setting techniques (Reference 5062/450R-001) and another highly refined model, featuring a bezel set with baguette diamonds and a dial in lacquered, engraved mother-of-pearl presenting a subtle checkerboard effect (Reference 5072R-001).

    Over the years, the men’s Aquanaut collection has also increased in variety, so as to cater to every taste. In 2007, to mark the Aquanaut’s tenth anniversary, Patek Philippe revised the basic model by reworking the relief pattern on the dial and strap for greater impact and fitting a new integrated strap that follows the curvature of the case between the two lugs. Powered by the caliber 324 S C self-winding movement, this Aquanaut Reference 5167 (40.8 mm in diameter) is now available in steel with a black dial and strap (5167A-001) and in rose gold with a brown dial and strap (5167R-001). It also comes in steel with a steel bracelet (51671A-001) and in a white-gold large-format model (42.2 mm in diameter) with a dial and strap in midnight blue (5168G-001) or khaki green (5168G-010).

    Since 2011 Patek Philippe has also offered the men’s Aquanaut in a model featuring its exclusive Travel Time mechanism, notable for the ease of use of its dual-time-zone function and its date indicator linked to local time. Powered by the caliber 324 S C FUS self-winding movement, this Aquanaut Travel Time Reference 5164 is available in steel with a black dial and strap (5164A-001) and in rose gold with a brown dial and strap (5164R-001). In 2018, the collection launched its first chronograph (Reference 5968) with a version in steel.

    The very embodiment of modern Patek Philippe style, the Aquanaut and Aquanaut Luce combine seriously sporty performance (robust construction, water-resistance to 120 m for most models, legibility and ergonomic design) with the classic attributes of the manufacture’s timepieces: unparalleled quality, accuracy and reliability together with devotion to fine workmanship at every stage of production and finish.

    For fifteen years, the Aquanaut Luce has enjoyed outstanding success with women, who delight in its unique style and the elegance that it brings to every occasion. It has become a cult watch and Patek Philippe is now adding to its allure. It is revisiting the original design of 2004 in a new generation of quartz-powered models in steel and a self-winding model in rose gold that together will take over from the previous models. The manufacture is also introducing the first additional function to join the Aquanaut Luce collection: the Travel Time dual time zone.

    Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R: a new practical and elegant travel watch for women

    Reliable, accurate and dynamic, the Aquanaut Luce is renowned for its special brand of casual chic, an asset on every occasion. To be the perfect travel companion for today’s active, cosmopolitan woman it lacked only the display of a second time zone. That wish has been granted with the new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R.

    In developing this globetrotting Aquanaut Luce, Patek Philippe drew inspiration from the manufacture’s ingenious Travel Time dual-time-zone mechanism. This exclusive system is already a feature of the men’s Aquanaut Reference 5164, where two push-pieces on the left flank of the case set the local time. But to retain all the elegance and finesse that women love in the Aquanaut Luce, the manufacture reinterpreted this useful, user-friendly function to incorporate two innovations: a new quartz movement with a dual-time-zone function, caliber E 23-250 S FUS 24H, and a discreet, practical setting system via the winding crown. This device required that the electronic movement be fitted with a dual time-zone mechanism similar to those that equip all Patek Philippe’s World Time and Travel Time watches, but controlled here by the clutch-pinion that activates hand-setting, rather than by pushers. The new quartz caliber is finished with same meticulous care as the manufacture’s mechanical movements.

    The new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R has two central hour hands – a skeletonized hand for home time and a solid hand for local time. When its owner changes time zones, the hour hand for local time may be set forwards or backwards by increments of one hour using the crown pulled out to the intermediate position, without this affecting the rate accuracy of the movement. During the time spent abroad, the skeletonized hand will continue to display home time, coupled with the day/night indicator at 6 o’clock – a useful feature when 

    wishing to avoid waking someone from a deep sleep. The Travel Time’s dual-time-zone system can also be used to display the time in another longitude where a loved one is living.

    When the watch’s owner remains at home or no longer needs a second time zone, the two hour hands can be superposed to become a single hand, using the winding crown. In this way, the Aquanaut Luce Travel Time offers two watches in one: a casually elegant model for all occasions, transformable in an instant into a dual-time-zone watch for those who travel and communicate far and wide.

    The rose-gold 38.8 mm case, equipped with a non-screw-down crown (to make using the Travel Time function practical and unobtrusive) is water-resistant to 60 m. Its contrasting polished and satin-brushed finishes complement a matt-white dial and a matching strap. The Aquanaut Luce’s chic, sporty personality gains extra sparkle from a bezel edged with a polished bevel and set with 48 Top Wesselton Pure diamonds (~1.11 ct). The dial presents an embossed Aquanaut motif beneath rose-gold applied numerals and rose-gold baton-style hands, the solid hands with a luminescent coating. The integrated white composite-material strap has a patented fold-over clasp secured by four independent catches.

    The new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R complements the existing Patek Philippe travel watches for women, which comprise four models: the World Time Reference 7130 with 24 time zones, available in white gold or rose gold, and the Calatrava Pilot Travel Time Reference 7234, also in white gold or rose gold, whose design pays tribute to classic aeronautical style.

  • Aquanaut and Aquanaut Luce
    Patek Philippe is revisiting the collection known for its modern, sporty chic – and launching a new travel watch for women

    Building on more than fifteen years’ success, Patek Philippe is presenting a new development in the design of the ladies’ Aquanaut Luce, namely a larger diameter (38.8 mm) and a new integrated strap in a composite material. This model of casual chic is available in steel (Reference 5267/200A) or in rose gold (5268/200R) with a choice of dial colors and coordinated straps. Also making its debut in the ladies’ Aquanaut Luce line is a completely new travel watch, as elegant as it is practical, powered by a quartz Travel Time movement (Reference 5269/200R). The Aquanaut models for men, meanwhile, are enriched by the arrival of the first white-gold version of the Aquanaut Chronograph, with a color scheme of midnight blue or khaki green (Reference 5968G).

    n 1976, Patek Philippe defined its own vision of casual elegance by launching the famous Nautilus. And having done so well, it did not stop there. In 1997, it reaffirmed its ability to innovate by unveiling another high-end sporty watch, the Aquanaut, this too destined to become a cult model.

    With its modern, unexpected design and a character all its own, the Aquanaut created a sensation. And it remains every inch as daring today. The case and the rounded octagonal bezel, both inspired by the Nautilus, stand out by their instantly recognizable shapes and alternation of polished and satin-brushed finishes. The dial and strap in matching colors, embellished with an embossed checkerboard pattern, lend an original, dynamic touch.

    The strap is a feature in its own right. It is a made of a high-tech water-resistant composite material that is supple, comfortable and pleasant to touch and noted for its extreme resistance to traction, wear, salt water and ultraviolet radiation. In short, it was made to partner the most active lifestyles.

    The first Aquanaut was in steel with a black dial and strap. It was sought after by connoisseurs favoring a refined but relaxed approach to life. This atypical model also enabled a new, younger clientele to enter the rarefied world of Patek Philippe.

    For women wishing to combine modern sporty chic with a touch of sparkle, Patek Philippe created a special version of the Aquanaut, lit by a circle of diamonds on the bezel and named Aquanaut Luce (“light” in Italian). This timepiece first appeared on the Italian and Spanish 

    markets in 2004 and then on all five continents in 2005. Since then, the Aquanaut Luce has offered a choice of steel case with a quartz movement (Reference 5067) or rose gold with a self-winding movement (Reference 5068), with dials and matching straps in a variety of colors. It is also available in an Haute Joaillerie version combining the most sophisticated gem-setting techniques (Reference 5062/450R-001) and another highly refined model, featuring a bezel set with baguette diamonds and a dial in lacquered, engraved mother-of-pearl presenting a subtle checkerboard effect (Reference 5072R-001).

    Over the years, the men’s Aquanaut collection has also increased in variety, so as to cater to every taste. In 2007, to mark the Aquanaut’s tenth anniversary, Patek Philippe revised the basic model by reworking the relief pattern on the dial and strap for greater impact and fitting a new integrated strap that follows the curvature of the case between the two lugs. Powered by the caliber 324 S C self-winding movement, this Aquanaut Reference 5167 (40.8 mm in diameter) is now available in steel with a black dial and strap (5167A-001) and in rose gold with a brown dial and strap (5167R-001). It also comes in steel with a steel bracelet (51671A-001) and in a white-gold large-format model (42.2 mm in diameter) with a dial and strap in midnight blue (5168G-001) or khaki green (5168G-010).

    Since 2011 Patek Philippe has also offered the men’s Aquanaut in a model featuring its exclusive Travel Time mechanism, notable for the ease of use of its dual-time-zone function and its date indicator linked to local time. Powered by the caliber 324 S C FUS self-winding movement, this Aquanaut Travel Time Reference 5164 is available in steel with a black dial and strap (5164A-001) and in rose gold with a brown dial and strap (5164R-001). In 2018, the collection launched its first chronograph (Reference 5968) with a version in steel.

    The very embodiment of modern Patek Philippe style, the Aquanaut and Aquanaut Luce combine seriously sporty performance (robust construction, water-resistance to 120 m for most models, legibility and ergonomic design) with the classic attributes of the manufacture’s timepieces: unparalleled quality, accuracy and reliability together with devotion to fine workmanship at every stage of production and finish.

    For fifteen years, the Aquanaut Luce has enjoyed outstanding success with women, who delight in its unique style and the elegance that it brings to every occasion. It has become a cult watch and Patek Philippe is now adding to its allure. It is revisiting the original design of 2004 in a new generation of quartz-powered models in steel and a self-winding model in rose gold that together will take over from the previous models. The manufacture is also introducing the first additional function to join the Aquanaut Luce collection: the Travel Time dual time zone.

    Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R: a new practical and elegant travel watch for women

    Reliable, accurate and dynamic, the Aquanaut Luce is renowned for its special brand of casual chic, an asset on every occasion. To be the perfect travel companion for today’s active, cosmopolitan woman it lacked only the display of a second time zone. That wish has been granted with the new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R.

    In developing this globetrotting Aquanaut Luce, Patek Philippe drew inspiration from the manufacture’s ingenious Travel Time dual-time-zone mechanism. This exclusive system is already a feature of the men’s Aquanaut Reference 5164, where two push-pieces on the left flank of the case set the local time. But to retain all the elegance and finesse that women love in the Aquanaut Luce, the manufacture reinterpreted this useful, user-friendly function to incorporate two innovations: a new quartz movement with a dual-time-zone function, caliber E 23-250 S FUS 24H, and a discreet, practical setting system via the winding crown. This device required that the electronic movement be fitted with a dual time-zone mechanism similar to those that equip all Patek Philippe’s World Time and Travel Time watches, but controlled here by the clutch-pinion that activates hand-setting, rather than by pushers. The new quartz caliber is finished with same meticulous care as the manufacture’s mechanical movements.

    The new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R has two central hour hands – a skeletonized hand for home time and a solid hand for local time. When its owner changes time zones, the hour hand for local time may be set forwards or backwards by increments of one hour using the crown pulled out to the intermediate position, without this affecting the rate accuracy of the movement. During the time spent abroad, the skeletonized hand will continue to display home time, coupled with the day/night indicator at 6 o’clock – a useful feature when 

    wishing to avoid waking someone from a deep sleep. The Travel Time’s dual-time-zone system can also be used to display the time in another longitude where a loved one is living.

    When the watch’s owner remains at home or no longer needs a second time zone, the two hour hands can be superposed to become a single hand, using the winding crown. In this way, the Aquanaut Luce Travel Time offers two watches in one: a casually elegant model for all occasions, transformable in an instant into a dual-time-zone watch for those who travel and communicate far and wide.

    The rose-gold 38.8 mm case, equipped with a non-screw-down crown (to make using the Travel Time function practical and unobtrusive) is water-resistant to 60 m. Its contrasting polished and satin-brushed finishes complement a matt-white dial and a matching strap. The Aquanaut Luce’s chic, sporty personality gains extra sparkle from a bezel edged with a polished bevel and set with 48 Top Wesselton Pure diamonds (~1.11 ct). The dial presents an embossed Aquanaut motif beneath rose-gold applied numerals and rose-gold baton-style hands, the solid hands with a luminescent coating. The integrated white composite-material strap has a patented fold-over clasp secured by four independent catches.

    The new Aquanaut Luce Travel Time Reference 5269/200R complements the existing Patek Philippe travel watches for women, which comprise four models: the World Time Reference 7130 with 24 time zones, available in white gold or rose gold, and the Calatrava Pilot Travel Time Reference 7234, also in white gold or rose gold, whose design pays tribute to classic aeronautical style.

  • Brand  : Patek Philippe
    Collection  : Aquanaut
    Model  : Aquanaut Luce Travel Time
    Reference  : 5269/200R
    Complement : Pink Gold - Diamonds - Composite Material Strap
    On sale : 2021
    List Price : 35 000 €
    Diameter : 38.8 mm
    Thickness : 8.77 mm
    Styles : Jewellery
    Sporty
    Types : Quartz
    Calibre : E 23-250 S FUS 24H
    Calibre distinction : Côtes de Genève
    Complication : Second Time Zone (GMT)
    Day/Night Indicator
    Case material : Pink gold
    Case peculiarity : Screwed-down caseback
    Bezel set with diamonds
    Shape : Octagonal
    Water-resistance : 60 meters
    Dial : Adorned
    Dial color : White
    Display : Superluminova luminescent hands
    Pink gold hands
    Openworked GMT hand
    Indexes : Superluminova luminescent
    Markers
    Arabic numerals
    Pink gold Arabic numerals
    Glass : Antireflective coating
    Sapphire
    Strap material : Composite material
    Strap color : White
    Strap clasp : Folding buckle
    More characteristics :
    Movement
    Caliber E 23-250 S FUS 24H quartz movement with sweep seconds, dual time zones (local time and home time) and a day/night indicator linked to home time
    Diameter: 23.9 mm
    Height: 2.95 mm
    Number of parts: 96
    Number of jewels: 9
    Quartz frequency: 32 768 Hz
    Power source: Silver oxide battery 1.55V
    Battery life: Approximately 3 years
    Displays:
    By hands: local time (solid hand), home time (skeletonized hand), minutes and sweep seconds
    By aperture: day/night indicator at 6 o’clock

    Case
    18K rose gold
    Bezel set with 48 brilliant-cut Top Wesselton Pure diamonds (~1.11 ct)
    Case dimensions:
    Diameter (10–4 o’clock): 38.8 mm
    Width (9–3 o’clock with crown): 40.9 mm
    Length (across lugs): 45.4 mm
    Height: 8.77 mm
    Width between lugs: 19.03 mm
    Three-positions crown:
    • Pushed in: normal operation
    • Pulled out half way: correcting the local time by increments of one hour backwards or forwards
    • Pulled out all the way: stopping the movement and setting the time

    Dial
    Brass, with Aquanaut motif embossed and varnished in matt white
    Applied Arabic numerals in 18K rose gold
    Baton-style local hour hand and minute hand in 18K rose gold with Superluminova® luminescent coating
    Skeletonized baton-style home hour hand in 18K rose gold
    Arrow-style seconds hand with counterpoise in Pfinodal, gilded with rose gold

    Strap
    Composite material ultra-resistant to water, ultraviolet radiation and wear, with raised checkerboard pattern in matt white
    Patented fold-over clasp in 18K rose-gold, secured by four independent catches