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Calibre PP 315 (and the similar PP 330) is an automatic watch movement from Patek Philippe .

This is Patek Philippe's mainstream central rotor automatic movement from 1984 through 2005 , when Cal. 324 was introduced.

Contents 1 Info 2 Cal. 330 3 Complications 4 Advanced Research 5 See also Info

Calibre 315 was an innovative movement on its introduction around 1984 , replacing the ill-conceived Cal. 335 and 310 . Although sharing its basic architecture with the 335, Cal. 315 was improved in almost every way. The most critical improvement was reduction in frequency to 21,600 A/h and more durable uni-directional automatic winding gears, addressing a critical issue in the 28,800 A/h Cal. 310. Later, 100 "Advanced Research" Cal. 315 movements were presented in 2005 with a silicon escape wheel and ceramic bearings. Although most watch models use the newer Cal. 324 , a few continue with the now-venerable 315.

There is some controversy about the number of jewels in Cal. 315. Patek Philippe initially said the movement had 29 jewels, but later revised this to 30. Still later the company went back to saying it had 29 jewels. It is not clear what caused this discrepancy.

Cal. 330

Calibre 330 is virtually identical to Calibre 315 apart from the location of the date: Cal. 330 includes four extra parts so the date could be narrower and recessed into the movement, although the date aperture is still located at 3:00. This gives Cal. 330 an overall height of 3.5 mm, rather than the 3.22 mm of Cal. 315.

Complications

Patek paired the slim Cal. 315 with various complication modules:

Cal. 315 S C - Center seconds , date Cal. 315 S QR Cal. 315 S IRM QA LU - annual calendar , moon phase , power reserve indicator Cal. 315 S IRM QA LU Si - Advanced Research silicon escape wheel, annual calendar , moon phase , power reserve indicator Cal. 315/136 includes a retrograde date, month, moon phase, and perpetual calendar Cal. 315/290 includes a calendar module Cal. 315/299 includes an annual calendar module Advanced Research

Patek Philippe began an Advanced Research program in 2000 to invent new watch components and approaches. One of the first fruits of this labor was the development of a silicon escape wheel. They found that this wheel, paired with traditional ruby escapement pallets, had the same friction characteristics as lubricated steel but needed no lubrication. This was paired with lubrication-free ceramic ball bearings for the winding rotor and produced in limited numbers as calibre PP 315 S IRM QA LU SI. 100 special Advanced Research watches, Ref. 5250 were produced with this movement, and these included a special "loupe" on the rear sapphire crystal so the silicon escapement can be viewed.

See also PP 335 and PP 310 , the predecessor PP 324 , the successor

Manufacturer:

Patek Philippe

Description:

Automatic movement

Functions:

Hour/minute/second hands Chronograph with hour counter, 30-minute counter, and 1/4 second markers Second time-zone Date

Data: Montres Patek Philippep> 21,600 A/h

Production period:

1984 -current Retrieved from " https://www./index.php?title=PP_315&oldid=84296 " Categories : Movements Automatic movements Patek Philippe calibres
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faux patek philippe PP 315 From Watch Wiki: The Best Watches and Watch Brands Jump to: navigation , search

Calibre PP 315 (and the similar PP 330) is an automatic watch movement from Patek Philippe .

This is Patek Philippe's mainstream central rotor automatic movement from 1984 through 2005 , when Cal. 324 was introduced.

Contents 1 Info 2 Cal. 330 3 Complications 4 Advanced Research 5 See also Info

Calibre 315 was an innovative movement on its introduction around 1984 , replacing the ill-conceived Cal. 335 and 310 . Although sharing its basic architecture with the 335, Cal. 315 was improved in almost every way. The most critical improvement was reduction in frequency to 21,600 A/h and more durable uni-directional automatic winding gears, addressing a critical issue in the 28,800 A/h Cal. 310. Later, 100 "Advanced Research" Cal. 315 movements were presented in 2005 with a silicon escape wheel and ceramic bearings. Although most watch models use the newer Cal. 324 , a few continue with the now-venerable 315.

There is some controversy about the number of jewels in Cal. 315. Patek Philippe initially said the movement had 29 jewels, but later revised this to 30. Still later the company went back to saying it had 29 jewels. It is not clear what caused this discrepancy.

Cal. 330

Calibre 330 is virtually identical to Calibre 315 apart from the location of the date: Cal. 330 includes four extra parts so the date could be narrower and recessed into the movement, although the date aperture is still located at 3:00. This gives Cal. 330 an overall height of 3.5 mm, rather than the 3.22 mm of Cal. 315.

Complications

Patek paired the slim Cal. 315 with various complication modules:

Cal. 315 S C - Center seconds , date Cal. 315 S QR Cal. 315 S IRM QA LU - annual calendar , moon phase , power reserve indicator Cal. 315 S IRM QA LU Si - Advanced Research silicon escape wheel, annual calendar , moon phase , power reserve indicator Cal. 315/136 includes a retrograde date, month, moon phase, and perpetual calendar Cal. 315/290 includes a calendar module Cal. 315/299 includes an annual calendar module Advanced Research

Patek Philippe began an Advanced Research program in 2000 to invent new watch components and approaches. One of the first fruits of this labor was the development of a silicon escape wheel. They found that this wheel, paired with traditional ruby escapement pallets, had the same friction characteristics as lubricated steel but needed no lubrication. This was paired with lubrication-free ceramic ball bearings for the winding rotor and produced in limited numbers as calibre PP 315 S IRM QA LU SI. 100 special Advanced Research watches, Ref. 5250 were produced with this movement, and these included a special "loupe" on the rear sapphire crystal so the silicon escapement can be viewed.

See also PP 335 and PP 310 , the predecessor PP 324 , the successor

Manufacturer:

Patek Philippe

Description:

Automatic movement

Functions:

Hour/minute/second hands Chronograph with hour counter, 30-minute counter, and 1/4 second markers Second time-zone Date

Data:

21,600 A/h

Production period:

1984 -current Retrieved from " https://www./index.php?title=PP_315&oldid=84296 " Categories : Movements Automatic movements Patek Philippe calibres

Patek Philippe - Annual Calendar Ref. 5396 0 0 Sunday, 27 March 2016 Edit this post In 1996 Patek Philippe was granted a Swiss Patent for an Annual Calendar mechanism automatically indicating the correct date for months date with 30 and 31 and only needing to be corrected once a year at the transition from February to March. The first Patek Philippe model equipped with an Annual Calendar was the Reference 5035. Since then other 20 models, in various case metal and dial variations, have been presented. This year, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its patented Annual Calendar, Patek Philippe has launched a new model of this convenient and user-friendly complication. The new Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Ref. 5396, housed in a classic 38.5 mm round case with a smoothly polished bezel, is available in rose gold with a silvery white opaline dial and in white gold with a dark gray sunburst dial. The prominently cambered sapphire-crystal glass protects a dial featuring familiar elements which are here recombined in an unusual way. The in-line double aperture in the upper half of the dial displays the day of the week on the left and the month on the right while the date display is positioned in a large aperture at 6 o'clock. Here we also find the 24-hour subsidiary dial with the moon-phase display. The layout is somehow reminiscent of Patek Philippe perpetual calendars from the 1940s and 1950s with a big difference: on the face of the new reference 5396, the position of the analog date scale in the historic models is now occupied by the 24-hour dial, which doubles as a day/night indication. The time is indicated by Dauphine-style hour and minute hands pointing the applied Breguet numerals and a peripheral circle of small gold minute markers. The heart of the new Ref. 5396 Annual Calendar is the self-winding Calibre 324 S QA LU 24H beating at 28,800 vibrations per hour with a power reserve of 35 (minimum) to 45 (maximum) hours. Visible through the sapphire-crystal case back, the movement is beautifully finished with rhodiumed bridges with Geneva striping, round-chamfered edges and gold-filled engravings, a large rotor in yellow gold with an engraved Calatrava cross, Geneva circular graining, perlage in the center and gleaming red bearing jewels. It features a patented Spiromax balance spring made of Silinvar, a derivative of silicon which is extremely hard, extremely light and anti-magnetic. It also reduces the need for lubrication. The corrections at the transition from February to March can be performed quickly and easily thanks to the small correctors in the caseband. Once this is done, the calendar is calibrated for another year. Thanks to its precise reduction wheel train, the moon phase display requires an adjustment by one day only once every 122 years, of course assuming that the watch runs continuously. The price of the new Patek Philippe Annual Calendar Ref. 5396 in rose gold (ref. 5396R-012) or in white gold (ref. 5396G-014) is Swiss Francs 42,300. The Annual Calendar Ref. 5396 remains available also with baton-type hour markers. patek.com SHARE: