Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time 5524 Watch Hands-On | aBlogtoWatch

Patek Philippe Calatrava Pilot Travel Time 5524 Watch Hands-On

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Ariel Adams of aBlogtoWatch goes hands-on with the Patek Philippe 5524 Calatrava Pilot Travel Time in an 18k white gold 42mm wide case with an automatic dual time movement.

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ripperx444 says:

I understand PP is legendary but there is nothing special to justify the price of that watch.

Mario Lopez says:

50 K

Colton Davis says:

Looks great on your wrist Ariel! I look forward to handling in person as I am still on the fence given the lively ongoing debate.

Alexander Stefanov says:

too big again, should be 38mm and available in steel with YG and RG versions

Mr Patek says:

this is around $50k USED

Mr. Quiltworth says:

That’s my kind of watch.

killamist666 says:

Its the spitting image of a Zenith pilot…..

zubb8 says:

This pilot watch is easily affordable for wealthy hobbie type pilots who think nothing
of dropping $1.5 M on a turboprop Lancair to occupy their weekends.

djvartan says:

LOL looks like a Hamilton.

Denis França says:

Numerals is almost a Zenith Type 20…

Gibbarelli says:

Good one!

Watch Lifestyle says:

This is a beautiful watch, thanks for sharing such amazing videos. Loving all that you produce from Basel World. 

Federico Di Giuseppe says:


zubb8 says:

I cannot understand the criticism levelled at this watch..pilot watches are not meant to be anything startling, they are primarily designed as a practical tool, that require good legibility in varying light conditons, as result, it pretty much needs to resemble aircraft instruments and you cannot vary much for that if you want the watch to be purposeful.
I wouldn’t mind a steel version, but I won’t criticise it for not being steel.

smibru says:

How much is the watch!

DLH says:

I love PPs but this looks like something Longines would come up with

Scott H says:

:36 ” this is a non operational unit”

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