Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Moon Phase 5396 replica, a stunning watch that somehow manages to look classic and contemporary at the same time. It’s complicated, yet easy to read. The Ref 5396 is an evolution of sorts the original Ref 5035 from 1996. That was the first annual calendar watch to house Patek’s new patented complication. Measuring 38.5mm, the Calatrava style case offers ideal proportions for a dress watch. The bezel has a slight downward slope, making the watch appear bigger than it is. At 11.2mm high, it’s not ultra-slim by any means. But it sits nice and flat against the wrist, making it easy to slide under a shirt cuff. The Ref 5396 has only ever been available in precious metals. More specifically, rose gold and white gold.
The dial layout of the Patek Philippe 5396 is unlike most Annual Calendars from Patek. And this is what makes it such an attractive watch. Everything is laid out in an orderly fashion down the middle of the dial. The days and months appear in twin apertures below 12 o’clock. Next you have the central time display, complete with running seconds. Below that there is a single sub-dial integrating a moon-phase and 24-hour indicator. And finally, to finish things off, the date appears through aperture at 6 o’clock.
Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Moon Phase Clone Watch – 5396G-011 – Silver Dial
Brand Patek Philippe
Series Patek Philippe Complications Clone Watches
Case Size 38.5 mm
Case White Gold
Dial Color Silver