The Patek Philippe Ref. 5951P, which incorporates an unending date-book and a monopusher flyback chronograph with rattrapante, is currently accessible in a platinum case and either a white or dark dial. U.S. costs have yet to be finished, Patek says.
Notwithstanding its new Annual Calendar Chrono and Nautilus Travel Time Chrono (points of interest here), Patek Philippe has likewise propelled a few line expansions of references with chronograph/never-ending logbook confusions, which we saw today at Baselworld 2014.
The Patek Philippe replicaRef. 5270G, an interminable schedule with chronograph, is currently accessible with another silver opaline dial and another blue sunburst dial. Patek Philippe has likewise added a tachymeter scale to the dial. The cases are white gold; the watches are evaluated at $176,300.
Patek Philippe Ref. 5271P is the high-adornments adaptation of the Ref. 5270, with a platinum case and a striking dark dial, which Patek says required various layers of dark enamel; its cost is $280,200.