Replica Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time 5524, a tribute to the great flight pioneers, commemorates the milestones in flight history and reflects the contribution of this Geneva family watchmaker to the early aviation industry. On December 17, 1903, the Wright brothers successfully flew for the first time. In 1927, Charles Lindbergh drove the first-engine aircraft “St. Louis” across the Atlantic for the first time, only 24 years apart. Such a short time has witnessed such epoch-making progress!
The movement consisting of 294 parts twitched under the dial. This watch does not use the black dial of the traditional flying watch, but the navy blue with noble temperament, as if the color of the US military fighter body in the 1930s. Thanks to the use of Platinum Arabic blocks and Barton-style steel hands with Superluminova fluorescent coating, the local time is clear and easy to read, day or night. As a classic travel time watch, the time of the original place of the time is hollowed out and hidden in the background. If the local time is the same as the original time, it will be hidden under the more obvious local time hour hand.
Replica Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time 5524, both time zones have independent day/night displays (local time is at 9 o’clock and home time is at 3 o’clock). The pointer date of the 6 o’clock position is displayed as a new design: it displays the date in 3 days. Because the scale and number are displayed separately, they are extremely easy to read. The Calatrava Flight Travel Time Watch features a large 42 mm Calatrava white gold case. The bezel is flat and slightly inclined, and the sides of the case are integrated with the lugs of the fixed strap. The crown and two time zone adjustment buttons at 8 o’clock (+1 hour) and 10 o’clock (-1 hour) are grooved to prevent slipping during rotation and add a technical feel to the timepiece. More in line with the design theme of precision timing tools.
Replica Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time 5524, in addition, the time zone button comes with a patent-pending safety pin that prevents users from unintentionally adjusting local time. Before starting the operation, the button must be loosened by a quarter turn, and then tightened after the adjustment is completed. The strap and the overall style of the timepiece are perfectly matched and have the same safety features. Crafted in vintage calf leather, it uses contrast stitching, reminiscent of the belt in the pilot’s classic outfit. Platinum U-shaped pin buckles also embody this style, inspired by the pilot’s outfit, they usually wear a belt to ensure that they carry a survival kit and parachute without affecting the movements of the limbs.