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Patek Philippe Grand Complications: Epitome of Haute Horlogerie

A true icon in the watchmaking realm Patek Philippe is known for producing some of the finest and intricate mechanical wristwatches you will ever find in the market today. While it is one of the best names among the legendary Swiss manufacturers in the world, the brand remains truly unrivaled when it comes to creating watches that exceed expectations. Whether you are already an expert in watch collecting or you are just starting out, you can never go with a Patek Philippe as it prioritizes reliability and longevity, all while making sure that the designs are never sacrificed and compromised.

Among the brand’s finest collections is the Patek Philippe Grand Complications, which simply defines what haute horlogerie is all about. Characterized by complex concepts and amazing artistry, the series is home to premium timepieces that give wearers not only the optimum and practical service they need but also the opportunity to stand out among the crowd. Not to mention, the appearances of the watches in this collection can either embody classic and simple details or be extremely opulent in all aspects. Moreover, the line also flawlessly demonstrates what mechanical watches can do beyond only telling the time and day. From tourbillons and minute repeaters to perpetual calendars and chronographs, the three or more complications that come with any Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch are all beautiful and useful. Since the collection has over 30 models to choose from, you will never have a hard time evaluating what is appropriate for your way of life and personality.

Prices at a Glance: The Most Popular Patek Philippe Grand Complications Watches

ModelPrice (approximate)SizeMaterialFeatures
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5327J-001 Perpetual Calendar$97,000 USD39mmYellow gold
  • Caliber 240 Q Automatic mechanical Movement 
  • Ivory lacquered dial 
  • Gold hour markers
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Day, date and month displays
  • Leap year and 24-hour indication
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5320G-001 Perpetual Calendar$97,000 USD40mmWhite gold
  • Caliber 324 S Q Automatic mechanical Movement 
  • Cream lacquered dial 
  • Gold hour markers with luminescent coating
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Day, month and leap year displays
  • Sweep seconds hand
  • Fold-over clasp
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 7140-001 Ladies First Perpetual Calendar$105,000 USD35.1mmRose gold
  • Caliber 240-Q Automatic mechanical Movement 
  • Silvery-white opaline dial 
  • Rose gold hour markers 
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Day, month and leap year displays
  • Diamond-studded prong buckle in brown-colored strap
  • Bezel has 68 0.86ct diamonds
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5160/500G-001 Perpetual Calendar With Retrograde Date Hand$198,500 USD38mmWhite gold
  • Caliber 324 S Q Automatic mechanical Movement
  • Silver opaline dial
  • Breguet hour-markers
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Day, month and leap year displays
  • Sweep seconds hand
  • Fold-over clasp that is hand- engraved
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5270P-001 Perpetual Calendar, Chronograph$215,880 USD41mmPlatinum
  • Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q Manual mechanical Movement 
  • Golden opaline dial
  • Black hour markers 
  • Gray-colored hands
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Chronograph function with seconds subdial 
  • Day, month and leap year displays
  • Fold-over clasp
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5270J-001 Perpetual Calendar, Chronograph$185,000 USD41mmYellow gold
  • Caliber CH 29-535 PS Q Manual mechanical Movement 
  • Silver opaline dial
  • Gold hour markers and hands
  • Gray-colored hands
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Chronograph function with seconds subdial 
  • Day, month and leap year displays
  • 30-minute counter
  • Fold-over clasp
  • Presence of tachymeter scale
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5370P-011 Split Seconds Chronograph$287,600 USD41mmPlatinum
  • Caliber CHR 29-535 PS Manual mechanical Movement 
  • Grand Feu blue enamel dial 
  • Silver-colored Breguet numerals and hands
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Chronograph function with 30-minute counter and seconds subdial 
  • Fold-over clasp
  • Tachymeter scale
Patek Philippe Grand Complications 6102R-001 Celestial, Moon Age$326,200 USD44mmRose gold
  • Caliber 240 LU CL CL C automatic mechanical Movement
  • Black dial with sapphire crystal disks 
  • Silver-colored hour markers and hands
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Date by hand and has an hour and minute display of mean solar time
  • Sky chart, phases and orbit of the moon
  • Fold-over clasp

Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5204/1R-001

Split Seconds Chronograph, Perpetual Calendar

$358,331 USD40.2mmRose gold
  • Caliber CHR 29-535 PS Q Manual mechanical Movement 
  • Ebony black dial 
  • Rose gold-colored hands
  • Luminescent indices
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Chronograph function
  • Day, date and leap year displays 
  • Day or night indication
  • Fold-over clasp

Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5520P-001

Alarm Travel Time

$273,000 USD42.2mmPlatinum
  • Caliber AL 30-660 S C FUS Automatic mechanical Movement 
  • Ebony black dial 
  • Luminescent indexes and hands
  • Water resistant of up to 30m
  • Presence of Travel Time system
  • Two time-zone indication
  • Sweep seconds hand 
  • Clevis prong buckle in black calfskin strap


How much is a Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch?

If the question “how much should I set aside in order to buy a Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch” has been lingering on your mind for quite some time now, below is a summary of the collection’s most popular models, their prices, specifications and other important details. 

Prices for the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Tourbillon Watches 

With features that goes beyond the ordinary, any Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch is bound to steal the attention of many. They are considered sought-after pieces among watch enthusiasts because of the rare and state-of-the-art attributes and parts they boast. One of the remarkable models the collection offers are those with tourbillon attributes. Known for enhancing the accuracy and the overall performance of a watch by playing with gravity, the tourbillon is not only beneficial to pocket watches but also wristwatches in general. Despite being invented decades ago, the complication remains superb in terms of ensuring precision and adding a bold and striking touch to any watch. Since the process of making a tourbillon requires a lot of patience and attention to detail, you can expect that timepieces with this mechanism bear a hefty price tag. If you are looking into buying your own Patek Philippe watch with a tourbillon, you better weigh whether your budget will allow it before actually making a decision.

An exceptional cult favorite is the Patek Philippe Grand Complication Sky Moon Tourbillon 6002G-010. Released in 2013 as an upgrade to the groundbreaking Sky Moon Tourbillon with reference number 5002P, this timekeeper looks charming because of its delicate 44mm white gold case that sports a beautiful hand-engraved pattern. Although slightly bigger than any other Patek Philippe watches, this one still sits nicely on any type of wrists. Other than the fact that this piece is protected by a robust sapphire crystal, it also sports a cool black enamel dial in champlevé and cloisonné accents. What’s interesting about this watch is that it also has an 18K gold dial plate in the center, which is so subtle and very pleasing to the eye. 

Furthermore, it runs on an  in-house 55-jewel Caliber R TO 27 QR SID LU CL, with a strong power reserve of approximately 48 hours. However, the focal point of this watch lies within its abilities and jaw-dropping performance. Like its predecessor, this one has 12 complications in its arsenal including a perpetual calendar with retrograde date hand on the edges, along with day, month and leap year indication and hours and minutes of mean solar time display on the front side. With all of these complications, expect that this watch is rare and very hard to get nowadays. Priced at a whopping $2 million USD, the Sky Moon Tourbillon 6002G-010 is one of the most expensive Patek Philippe watches you will see today. If you are lucky enough, you can also score a pre-loved unit that costs roughly about  $1.2 million USD. However, if you want to save up some few pennies and still get the same services that the model 6002G-010 offers, you can opt for its predecessor, the 5002P, which is available in secondary markets for around $1.3 million USD.

People who want a newer model that still has a tourbillon feature, coupled with other functions that are not too complex to comprehend will surely appreciate the Patek Philippe Grand Complications 5303R-001. Unveiled during the 2019 Watch Art Grand Exhibition Singapore, this 42mm watch has a bare dial that all watch geeks will truly love. Those who like being away from the bandwagon will appreciate how this watch was made. Aside from the fact that it is unique, the addition of an open architecture adds a unique element to the watch, making it a true collector’s piece. While it does not have any date or month displays, this model makes up with its minute repeater function that is proven useful even to those with visual impairments. The polished rose gold case and lugs that match the shiny black alligator leather strap also give the watch a more lavish kick. Moreover, the leaf-like patterns of the hands and in the sides of the case that surrounds the crown beautifully are also lovely sights to see. The only downside of the 5303R-001 model is that you cannot bring it to any of your beach trips nor your quick shower breaks. However, keep in mind that this watch’s sapphire glass is still resistant to major UV rays, humidity and any kind of dusts. In terms of power, this model relies on a 28-jewel Caliber R TO 27 PS/252, which has a maximum power reserve of 48 hours and 21,600 vibrations per hour (“vph”). When it comes to price, this watch will set you back for around $645,000 USD.

Prices for the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Chime Watches 

It is no doubt that Patek Philippe has already mastered the art of horology with its experimental timepieces that continuously change the timekeeping realm one way or another. One genre that they have already excelled in is creating chime watches that allow wearers to track time without the need to look directly at the watch itself. Proven to be useful in situations where concentration is vital and necessary, these melodious gems do not only boast classic and appealing designs but also grand parts that will make you want to hoard all of them in just one go. From minute repeaters and grand and petite sonnerie to alarm functions and date repeaters, there are so many varieties of chime timepieces to choose from and all you have to do is to evaluate what will suit your exquisite taste. Since the process of making these kinds of watches are exhaustive and very time-consuming, the end products tend to usually have a heavy price tag. Despite this, you will not have to worry about the quality as all Patek Philippe Chime watches are made with pure passion and determination. 

One great example of a Patek Philippe watch with a chiming mechanism is the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Grandmaster Chime 6300G-010, which is considered the closest sibling and the newest upgrade of the most complicated timepiece of the brand, the Grandmaster Chime Ref. 5175. Released in 2018, this model comes with a shiny navy blue strap that complements the beaming and luscious white gold case. Considered as an ideal timepiece for men, it also has a 47.7mm case, with a height of 16.07mm. Matching the watch band, we have two crisp blue opaline dials that correspond to the side dedicated for time and a portion dedicated for the calendar. In other words, the Grandmaster 6300G-010 is a reversible watch, which you can bring from your office gatherings to your night parties. 

Delving further, the side dedicated for time has two complex subdials with Breguet numerals gracing the edges. The signature of this model is also placed at the center along with a hand-guilloche detail, deviating from the usual concept most watches do wherein the logo should go at the top part of the watch just below the 12 o’clock position. Meanwhile, the calendar portion has four gorgeous and straightforward subdials with the year display, peeking in the center position. Although considered less ornate than its predecessor, this timepiece takes the cake for it runs on a Caliber 300 GS AL 36-750 QIS FUS IRM manual movement with 108 jewels and an increased movement power reserve of 72 hours. Slightly bigger than usual movements produced by the company due to its extremely complicated functions, the Caliber of this watch has a size of 37mm and a height of 10.7mm. All in all, this conversational model has 1,366 parts and 20 complications, which will truly allow you to shine in any room you are in. While it is not a limited edition like its notable predecessor, the Grandmaster 6300G-010 is available for purchase in Patek Philippe stores for around $2.47 million USD.

For those that want a simpler timepiece that still looks promising in all aspects, a model with a “Travel Time'' attribute is available for a whopping price tag of around $272,600 USD. Despite being one of the slightly cheaper pieces from the line, the Grand Complications 5520P-001 is the way to go especially if you have a more laid-back personality and if you are fond of exploring new places. With a 42.2mm case in a luxurious platinum material, this watch is a total stunner even at first glance because of the nobleness in exhibits. Extremely polished down to its littlest corners, the watch’s case is in silver color, while the Arabic numeral hour-markers and hands are all coated with luminous elements. Not to mention, the watch has four crowns and a black sub-dial with white outlines that corresponds to the 24-hour mechanism. Moreover, this one also has a two time zone indication for local and home time as well as a sweep seconds hand. Unlike the previous model, this watch has a smaller sizing of 42.2mm and a layout that is much more easier to navigate. What’s more is that the calfskin black strap with a clevis prong buckle is sleek enough to match your dressier outfits.

Prices for the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Perpetual Calendar Watches

One of the basic features that a Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch has is the perpetual calendar. Although it is already common for other brands to incorporate this kind of characteristics onto their watches, the perpetual calendar still holds great value to anyone who likes to stay updated not only with the time but also the date, day and month. Unlike the annual calendar, this complication is much more smarter because of its ability to detect the correct date, date, month and most importantly, particularly the leap year. What’s more is that this requires even less adjustment than its close sibling. Extremely sophisticated down to its little details, the perpetual calendar is one of the useful features of all Grand Complications watch. 

The Patek Philippe Grand Complications Perpetual Calendar 5320G-001 is a great option and it costs only around $96,600 USD. Despite being relatively cheaper than the above-mentioned models, this timekeeper has a flawless blueprint that will make everyone swoon. Aside from having a 40mm white gold case, a chocolate brown-colored alligator leather strap, and an overt cream-colored dial that all deliver a luxurious feel, this one can also withstand water pressures of up to 30 meters. It is hard not to fall in love with this piece as it also sports Arabic numeral indexes and hands, all with black outlines and luminescent coating. Inspired by the 40s and 50s timepieces displayed in the Patek Philippe Museum, this watch also has a 29-jewel Caliber 324 S Q automatic movement at its very core. With a power reserve of 28,800 vph, this one is a very good piece to carry around for a long time. Besides having a day, month and leap year indication, the 5320G-001 also has day and night display, which allows a more accurate tracking of the time. If you are a fan of vintage-style watches that excel in making any wearer feel special, then do not hesitate to give this particular model a try. 

Prices for the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Celestial Models

Patek Philippe is called the expert of complications for a reason. From dominating the world of annual and perpetual calendars to staying unrivaled when it comes to chime watches, the brand proved that there is always something new to look forward to in all of its collections. The Patek Philippe Grand Complications Celestial watch is truly breathtaking for it allows its wearer to witness the exact placement of the nocturnal sky in the northern hemisphere. While some may think that these watches are made purely for aesthetic purposes, they still hold great pride because of their extraordinary attributes that you would not see in others. Adding to the rarity and value it brings to the table, these astronomical watches are useful for people whose life revolves in studying about heavenly bodies. If you are looking for a piece that is stylish yet will push you to your limits, then a Grand Complications Celestial watch is the perfect one for you.

The Patek Philippe Grand Complications Celestial 6102R-001 is something you should definitely look out for especially if you are a fan of timeless pieces. Right off the bat, this is a conversational piece that would go well with any outfit you are planning to wear it with. Simple as it may seem, the background of the black dial will make you feel as if you are actually looking at a clear night sky. With sapphire crystal all over its surface, this watch is a sight to behold especially with its sleek subdial dedicated to the sky chart. What also sets this one apart is the addition of a mean solar time display that is controlled by the two skeleton and silver-colored hands. Despite having a peculiar layout, this model still has a minimalistic vibe overall, especially with the shiny black strap with square scales and the date display all over the watch’s edges. Inside, the watch runs on a 315-component Caliber 240 LU CL C automatic movement, which has a maximum 48-hour power reserve. When it comes to price, this timepiece will set you back for around $326,200 USD.

Investing in Vintage Patek Philippe Grand Complications Watches: Is it worth it?

Along with other big names in the luxury watch industry like Rolex and Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe’s vintage watches are worthy of praise since they are made with pure determination, hard work, and passion for excellency. The company makes sure that all of its traditional and modern methods are reflected in each piece it will release. Aside from that, all watches from the brand have an exceptional quality, given how they are each assembled with only the finest and robust materials you will see in the market today. Since the brand puts so much attention to each piece from coming up with a blueprint down to putting the finishing details, consumers would feel at ease knowing that the pieces they have in possession are valuable even in the years to come. If you are looking into starting your vintage collection soon, Patek Philippe is the best brand to start with. By choosing to buy a watch from the company, you are also making the right decision. 

As emphasized earlier, all watches from the Patek Philippe Grand Complications collection tend to fall on the expensive side. While these watches come with three or more complications, their dependable engines are also made in-house, along with the delicate details you will see mostly in Celestial models. Moreover, most of them are also adorned with diamonds, making them great investments like actual jewelries. Among the remarkable vintage Grand Complications watches ever released by Patek Philippe is the Henry Graves Supercomplication Pocket Watch 196385, which was sold at $24 million USD during an auction back in 2014. This attests to how Patek Philippe watches increase their value overtime depending on the scarcity and the materials and mechanism used. Considered the main inspiration for the modern models from the series, the pocket watch in question has 24 complications, such as a perpetual calendar, double chronograph and sunrise/sunset time indication among others.

In addition to the above, perpetual calendars are closely associated with the brand given how they were able to enhance the said complication in ways beyond imagination. The Patek Philippe Reference 1518 is another timepiece to look out for. Aside from being the first ever perpetual calendar chronograph watch made into a series by any watch brand in the world, it also has an classy and authoritative appeal that most modern Grand Complications watches have. Because of its outstanding nature and composition, this watch set the standard for the succeeding perpetual calendar models by the company. In fact, back in 2016, a rare 1518 stainless steel model with a moon phase display was sold for around $11.1 million USD including the buyer’s premium, proving that it is indeed one of the brand’s most coveted pieces. Initially released in 1941 with a retail price of only $1,500 USD, the typical price of the 1518 on the secondary markets today range from $500,000 USD to $1.5 million USD. 

History Behind the Patek Philippe Grand Complications Watch

Just like the Patek Philippe Complications collection, the Patek Philippe Grand Complications line is a compilation of all the most complicated timepieces ever produced by the Swiss high-end manufacturer. Despite not having a clear origin, the series houses sleek timepieces with top-tier movements and refined designs. From having clean dials to sporting elaborate yet stunning ones, the watches are so versatile and flexible to be brought to any gatherings. With three or more highly-complex functions, a Grand Complications watch will best suit enthusiasts who want to explore the wonders of timekeeping.

The artistic timepieces that lie within this collection include the Perpetual Calendar, which was introduced to the public in 1925 and Minute Repeater, which was released in 1916. Moreover, chronograph wristwatches with either Perpetual Calendar or Split-Seconds features also exist within the line and they are greatly popular because of their precise mechanisms and hand-crafted components. Known for being mechanically impressive in all ways, the Alarm Travel Time and Celestial watches are both extraordinary and unprecedented inventions of the brand.

Upon seeing the collection, you will notice that all Grand Complications watches are made only with solid rose gold, yellow gold, white gold and platinum components. The dials also range from having a minimalistic vibe to an extremely lavish one, while the finishes look smooth and admirable. Other than the appearance, all of them have large cases that could go as high as 47mm and are practical in all ways because they come with functionalities that will surely aid in everyone’s daily adventures. When it comes to the straps, Patek Philippe tends to veer towards the neutral colors. However, unlike the Complications line, almost all of the watches in this collection are not resistant to any kinds of water pressures. Despite this, they can still withstand extreme levels of humidity and dusts and are still protected with sturdy sapphire crystals. 

Why should you buy a watch from the Patek Philippe Grand Complications collection?

It is no doubt that Patek Philippe was able to set the bar high with their Grand Complications watches. They may fall on the pricier side but they sure make every penny you will spend is worth it. From the superb quality of the in-house movements to the jaw-dropping and wondrous designs, everything about Grand Complications pieces scream perfection. With that being said, if you are looking for a sign whether you should purchase your very own piece, below is a list of the reasons you will need in order to proceed with your decision.

1. With the unmatched and well-executed technology of each Patek Philippe Grand Complication watch, you will be able to conquer every situation effortlessly. Whether you like to travel from one continent to another or you are fond of studying the wonders of the sky, every timepiece from the collection is good and handy to carry around.

2. Every Grand Complications model is made with magnificent workmanship. Patek Philippe ensures that each buyer of their watch will feel as if their pieces are customized based from their preferences. With many years of research and development as their backbone, all timepieces from this line sport ultramodern advancements you don’t simply see in others.

3. Each watch from the collection has good value retention. This may not be relevant to those who are not planning to sell their watches ever but it’s a helpful piece of information since unexpected things happen all the time. If you are lucky enough to have one vintage piece in your possession, expect that its price will appreciate in the next few years. 

4. All movements being used in every Grand Complications piece are produced in-house. With this, you can guarantee that Patek Philippe puts effort in their creations and wants only the best for their consumers.

Patek Philippe Grand Complications: The Brand’s Most Intricate Timepieces

Overall, the Grand Complications is a collection that does not need any introduction. Just by looking at its name, you will know that it is something splendid and incomparable to others. Besides the fact that it tries to exhibit Patek Philippe’s expertise and amazing skills when it comes to producing groundbreaking watches, the collection is the hub of the exceptional complications in the world. By owning a piece from this series, you will realize how some watches serve a better and greater purpose, aside from merely telling the time. If you have been wanting to take your collection up a notch, buying a Patek Philippe Grand Complications watch is the ultimate way to go.

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