Patek Philippe Aquanaut Travel Time Rose Gold 40.8mm Brown Dial Rubber Strap 5164R-001 - PRE-OWNED

Patek Philippe Aquanaut Travel Time Rose Gold 40.8mm Brown Dial Rubber Strap 5164R-001 - PRE-OWNED

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Box & Papers
Patek Philippe
Production Year
Current Production
Model Number
Model Year
Current Model


Screw Down
Rounded Octagonal Shape
Case Back
Rose Gold
Case Size
40.8 mm
Case Shape


Dial Type
Dial Color
Dial Markers


Band Material
Aquanaut fold-over clasp
Composite Strap


Watch Style
Dress Watch
Country of Manufacture


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So before we go any further though I must tell you that we'll be going over all of the features of this watch, including the case, the strap, the dial does all crown functions and the movement and I will give you my thoughts on all of these features throughout the video and make my case for the watch at the end. The case is a 40.8 millimeters in diameter case from finger to thumb. All right, this is basically the standard size for Aquanaut models and you can't really get any smaller than this. It's designed to be a sportier watch when you compare it to the rest of the Patek Philippe's catalog. And as you can tell by the rubber strap, you know but the size of the case doesn't really change outside of 40.8 millimeters, all right. The construction is entirely rose gold, as you can see and it is 10.2 millimeters thick, well rather than for a sports watch. All right? Lug to lug, I measured 47 millimeters but the effect of lug to lug distance if you count the strap is much wider, going closer to like 57, 55 millimeters, depending on if you squish it.All right? So taking a look at how the case looks we have a high polish on along the front going all the way down the lugs, top and bottom. We have a nice set finishing along the sides here, all right? And also taking a look at the 4:30 side, four o'clock side right here. There is a little pusher to advance the date on this date. We'll sort of sub dial at the six o'clock position on the dial, right? And taking a look at the nine o'clock side, we have little pushers here. These are for adjusting the local time. A little bit more on that in a second. All right. Taking a look at the bezel here, sort of covers up the rest of this high polish along the front of the case. This bezel has sort of like this Nautilus inheritance from the rounded octagonal look keeping it simple with a vertical profesh finish along the face with a high polish along the beveled edges to give it that sort of glowing look that sense that it's sort of floating and giving it that sense of, you know, importance along sort of highlighting what's inside, which is the dial. Okay. Speaking of which, the dial is a very embossed dial with rose gold applied numerals with luminescent coating bold index minute and second markers going all the way around, pencil style hands with a Lance style seconds hand. The date sub dial is at the six o'clock position as I mentioned earlier and it can be quick set with the pusher at the four o'clock position on the case. The local and home apertures on the dial show the day and night cycles based on the fully loomed local hand versus the skeletonized home hand underneath it. All right? So if you press these little pushers you can actually advance that local time hand and right now, local it's about 11:14 at night and that's signified by the blue in that aperture. If I advance this hand forward, it is now morning. All right? So now 11:00 AM, whereas the home implies 11:00 AM as well or 10:00 AM as well. And to adjust the home, you can just simply move the minute hand and that's how you do so, all right? Sort of lending this all to the travel time significance. Okay. Now, anyway, onto the functions themselves. Okay. So as you saw, I was able to move the home skeletonized hand by moving the minute hand but first let's go through all the functions properly. Okay? So beginning with the crown, simply unwind it at three o'clock position to the first position of the crown. This allows you to wind the watch. So if you're at a dead stop about 20 to 30 full ones is all you need to get started and up and running again, pull the crown out to the next position and the only other position and you can move the minute hand forward and backward as you need. Now, keep in mind that there is no hacking seconds function for this watch. So you can't actually set that time precisely but if you are familiar with Patek Philippe's model line, you can actually sort of manually do your own hacking seconds function just by sort of holding the seconds hand there by pressing backwards on that minute hand. All right? So a very slight nudge backwards will actually stop that seconds hand for a bit. Now once you line it up, you can move it forward. All right? And set them into hand precisely wherever you need it to go screw it in tightly to ensure that superior of water resistance of 150 meters or 150 feet rather, or is that 150 meters? I believe it's 150 meters of water resistance. Yeah. 120 meters of water resistance ,sorry, I misread that under water. Okay. And to move the..., say you are traveling out of town and you're going forward in time, so simply press this bottom pusher at the left side of the watch to advance the time forward. All right? And doing so will allow you to keep track of local time and the date wheel at the six o'clock follows the local hand. As you can see, I advanced it past midnight and so it went to the third. Okay. So doing so allows you to actually keep track of time where you are specifically while also keeping track of time back at home which is the skeletonized hand right there. All right. Very nice and easy. All right. Now what makes all of this work and is the movement made in-house by Patek Philippe the 324 S C self winding movement with a diameter of 27 millimeters, a height of 3.3 millimeters with 29 jewels total with six bridges. All right. It has a 21 carat yellow gold central, unidirectional winding rotor with a rotor max balance and spiral max balance spring as resistant to magnets as they come. Basically you can take a few nudges. You can get relatively close to magnets. It'll be keeping track of time, just fine. All right. It also beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour or four Hertz allowing for that date, hours, seconds and that second hour hand all to work together, center mounted with the local and home date apertures kept appropriately. Altogether this gives you a power reserve of somewhere between 35 to 45 hours. So that basically means that you can get... it's all due to the manual craftsmanship because all of these parts that you can see here including all of the pieces within the movement are all handmade, hand tailored, hand polished made so that, you know, it's all done by human hands. All right? So taking a look at the framing here we have this composite strap. In other words, a rubber strap sort of matching that sort of general motif that you can see within the dial. You can see it echoing out from the strap, nice and flexible with nice little channels underneath that are made for sizing. So when you size this to your wrist, you can only take little channels out. You can't add them back in because it requires physically cutting it with a set of scissors or a knife. Okay. And taking a look underneath at the class period we have a double button deployment system, right? With a symmetrical look here, with the name, Patek Philippe Geneve underneath it, giving it a very nice equivalent 18 carat rose gold look matching that of the case and while we're here, I can actually try it on give you my thoughts as to how it feels and how it wears on the wrist. All right? All right and on my wrist, seven inches in circumference it does flare out quite a bit and that's due to how the strap actually works here. All right? It's a little bit of space underneath which is perfectly fine because you do want that breathability underneath a solid rubber strap. Something like a metal bracelet will give you a much more breathability a little bit more casual. This one is the most casual of casuals, because again a sports type of model the rubber strap will give you that ability to keep it on your wrist without wobbling too much. When it comes to the weight distribution, very nice. It's not incredibly heavy on the case, you can definitely feel it on your wrist but it's not like it's wobbling around anywhere. A lot of that is due to the fact that the rubber is so very well engineered. It just grips the wrist very nicely. Okay. And when it comes to the overall comfort, it's incredibly soft. You can barely feel that there is rubber on your wrist. They've done something very incredibly right with this strap and I commend Patek Philippe for that. All right. But when it comes to reading the time, very easy as well, you can't go wrong with that. And this is very much for people who are generally already familiar with Patek Philippe and, you know, really associate themselves with the more traditional aspects of the brain especially with this color scheme. It's for those who also tend to travel a lot you get the function from keeping the second time zone with that skeletonized hand. So you know exactly what time it is back home. We can set it to a friend's time zone and know it's okay to give them a call during the day for them or in the middle of the night, if you want to be a rascal. That being said, you don't really buy this watch if it's your first, second or maybe even your third Patek Philippe, you get this when you're comfortable with the fact that you're buying into seemingly and what is known as the most prestigious of the Holy Trinity of watchmakers. Every part, every piece is handcrafted, so you get the real human touch and an interaction with every time piece, which lends to the variations in the power reserve and the movement for example. But that is pretty much the only place each specific copy varies. That's how incredibly precise this company is. If you want to just dive in immediately, there's very little stopping you provided you can pay for it. If you have an excellent relationship with your local authorized dealer, they can offer this one to you for just over $58,000. But that's only if you've been purchasing from them for years and spent thousands and thousands more on them. And even then, they'll stay probably waiting in a multi-year queue just to get the potential offer for one of these. So if you don't have years of relationship under your belt, let's be real but most of us don't. Your option is to go with us at Jaztime. We have this watch valued at just at around $90,000 at least as of the making of this video. And again, at the lowest price, you will find online. If you wanna secure that price, hit that buy now button on our website, links down in the description below because it's not likely to go down anytime soon. If you're seeing this video long after early 2021 that's the making of this video at least, it's well over the quoted 90,000 price. Well, better jump in your time machine back to early 2021. And at this price, yes, it's far over retail but that just goes to show the height of demand, the shortness of supply, the intricacy, the human touch variable within Patek Phillippe's entire catalog how special each time piece is. And if you're able to spend that kind of dough you'll definitely be bringing home the bread with this one. That's all I had to say about this. So let us know what you think down in the comments below. Be sure to like this video, if you learned anything about how this watch works, what it does. 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