Patek Philippe

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What is a Swiss replica watch? Are the conditions of a Swiss label really special?

The term Swiss watch has been diluted considerably over the years. A Swiss watch used to be regarded as a high-end, but nowadays fewer and fewer people pay attention to a “Swiss made” label. This is special, because originally Swiss watches stand for real quality, just think of the big brands such as Rolex or Patek Philippe. When you buy this brand, you buy the timepiece not only for yourself but also for your children and grandchildren. But what is really a Swiss watch?



A timepiece is “Swiss made” if at least 60% of the production costs of a watch as a whole are Swiss. The watches must still contain at least 50% Swiss components in value, not in quantity, and at least 60% of the timepiece production must be in Switzerland. A final condition states that the technical development of a ‘Swiss Made’ timepiece must also be carried out in Switzerland. Smartwatches or replica watches are nowadays also allowed to receive a Swiss Made label.


Before the arrival of the smartwatches, Quartz completely changed the world of watches. The question is whether this has been good. With the arrival of the quartz movement, it was no longer necessary to purchase an automatic watch, everything worked on batteries. However, the quality timepieces without quartz have disappeared behind the stage.


Numerous different changes in the law and more flexible measures have given the once-so-high Swiss label a worse image. It went from an important quality label to a sales argument. It is not bad to use ” Swiss Made ” as an argument, but then the rules should just become stricter and not the other way around. However, there are still many Swiss watches that really deserve a Swiss Made label.

A lot of legitimate companies built high quality replica watches based on Swiss ETA, Therefore choose a trusted replica watches sites, where you know that you have quality in your hands! With an (authentic) Swiss replica watches you know and feel that there is true magic on your wrist.

Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe Watches

Patek Philippe & Co. is one of the most famous and expensive brands of wrist watches in the world. Patek Philippe is currently owned by the Stern family. Many watch collectors regard Patek Philippe timepieces as the best in the world. Over the years, Patek Philippe watches have been worn by a number of notable individuals, including members of royalty, movie stars and tycoons. Albert Einstein was also a customer. The company is one of the few notable watch companies that still make all movements in-house.

Antoni Patek started making pocket watches in 1839 in Geneva, along with his fellow Polish migrant Franciszek Czapek. They separated in 1844, and in 1845 Patek joined with the French watchmaker Adrien Philippe, inventor of the keyless winding mechanism. In 1851, Patek Philippe & Co was founded.

In 1868, Patek Philippe made their first wristwatch. They have also pioneered the perpetual calendar, split-seconds hand, chronograph and minute repeater in watches. The company has produced quartz watches in the past and even a digital wristwatch.

Patek Philippe is also the creator of the most complicated mechanical watch ever made, the Calibre 89, created for the 150th anniversary of the company in 1989. It holds 33 complications, including the date of Easter, a thermometer, time of sunrise, equation of time, sidereal time, and many other indicators. The Calibre 89 is also able to add a day to February for leap years while leaving out the extra day for every 100-year interval.

Patek Philippe produces a number of collectible watches. In the 150 year history of the company, they have produced approximately 600,000 timepieces in total – less than the annual production of Rolex.

Patek Philippe produced an ultra-complicated (with 24 functions) pocket-watch for Henry Graves 111, who entered into a friendly horological competition with James Packard, which resulted in the production of the watch which sold to Mr. Graves in 1933, and re-sold in December 1999 for in excess of 11,000,000 U.S. dollars.

In 2005 the company introduced the revolutionary Silicium escapement wheel to the industry.

Patek Philippe replica Watches

With a case diameter of 40 mm and a thickness of only 9.5 mm, the watch feels very light when worn on the wrist because it is slim. The polished polygonal case on the front and polished edges. The lugs are also polished and naturally extend out of the case body. They have perfect curved lines, so the entire watch can meet ergonomic standards and provide excellent wearing comfort. The back of the watch has nothing to say. It is a sapphire crystal. There is no engraving. There are only some special grooves.

Replica Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167 Steel Watch

There is a special pattern on the green dial, I do not know what these patterns are, but they are the exclusive products of the Patina Dairy Aquanaut series. The white Arabic hour markers are like hands. They use long-lasting liquid materials and emit strong green light in the dark. It is these special patterns that give the dial a three-dimensional effect. The small calendar window is located at 3 o’clock and has a black font under a white background.

Replica Patek Philippe Aquanaut 5167 Crown

In the end, this is the most important movement, which was modified on the basis of the Miyota 9015 automatic movement. Looking through the back of the crystal, the movement is very beautiful, especially the polished GENEVE Stripes and the golden automatic rotor. These sculptures on the sports board are in gold tones, and the rose jewels are the same color as the genuine ones. This is a real sport with high stability.

The Patek Philippe Aquanaut replica from is a stunning watch. This watch is one of the most precise replicas we ever seen.