Third on our list is the latest perpetual calendar offering from fake Patek Philippe, the new Ref. 5236P-001 In-Line Perpetual Calendar. The watch was somewhat overshadowed by the release of the attention-grabbing green-dial Nautilus but the platinum case copy Patek Philippe Calatrava 5236P-001 shines in its own right with the very novel calendar indication it offers.
The best Patek Philippe copy watch hails from the classically elegant Calatrava collection, and is remarkable for being Patek’s first wristwatch with an “in-line” calendar display. What this means is that it features the day, date, and month on a single line in a long, horizontal aperture beneath 12 o’clock. This is a configuration that Patek Philippe has used throughout its history in pocketwatches, but never before on a wristwatch, dating back to its first, groundbreaking creation in 1925.
The watch’s uncommon dial configuration is made possible by the Patek Philippe Caliber 31-260 PS QL, a reworked version of 2011’s Caliber 31-260 REG QA, with the “PS” standing for “petite seconde” and “QL” for “quantième perpétuel en ligne,” or inline perpetual calendar. The in-house mechanism is wound via a platinum microrotor, exquisitely finished, and visible via a sapphire caseback, and features a frequency of 28,800 vph and a power reserve of 48 hours.
The perfect fake Patek Philippe Ref. 5236P-001 In-Line Perpetual Calendar is delivered on a navy blue alligator strap with a platinum fold-over clasp and priced in the U.S. at $130,108.