This is the world's thinnest split-second chronograph, and it's designed for women. Featuring Patek's caliber CH R 27-525 PS, the Ref 7059 is a very serious watch. In fact, Patek split-second chronos are some of the most heralded and revered watches in the world.
The split-seconds chrono is one of the most desirable complications in the world of horology. It is, however, perceived as a very masculine feature in a watch, and that is what makes the 7059 so exciting.
Patek Philippe did go the extra mile and decorate their new piece with over 200 Wesselton diamonds (153 on the bezel, 76 on the caseback). The case measures 33.2mm and is constructed of rose gold. The movement is shared with one of Patek's existing mens split-seconds the 5959, and features a monopusher split- seconds chronograph with column wheels, chronograph and split-seconds hands, 60-minute counter, and subsidiary seconds.
The Patek Philippe Ladies First Grand Complication Ref. 7059 in 18K rose gold, a split-seconds, mono-pusher chronograph, will retail for approximately 300'000 GBP