Patek Philippe World Time ref. 5110G-001 - Full Set

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For sale a pre-owner 5110G World Time withfull set: the ultimate connoisseur’s Patek Philippe reference, a classic complication from a house known for excellence in complications.
This 18-karat white gold piece is one of the signature complications from the maison.

The World time watches combine a counter-clockwise 24-hour ring with a rotating chapter ring of reference cities.
In the case of the 5110G World Time, each reference city represents one of the 24 principal time zones of the earth.

This system, which was invented by Geneva-area watchmaker Louis Cottier at the dawn of the 1930s,
enables a unique trick; one dial permits instant reference to the time in any of the globe’s disparate regions.
Unlike dual-time and GMT watches that track two time zones or enable the calculation of time relative to a reference,
the world time watch as invented by Cottier features all the time.

While watches depicting many reference cities pre-dated the modern world time complication,
Cottier’s innovation was the addition of a 24-hour ring that rotates counter-clockwise.
The 24 hours of the ring are concentric to the 24 reference cities.

Simply align one’s current city with the index at 12 o’clock, set the local time,
and Patek Philippe does the rest. A New Yorker can read the time in Dacca at a glance.
A shaded semi-circle on the 24-hour ring advises the local AM/PM status.

All of the city names are arrayed in legible and logical fashion.

If some of the listed locales have lapsed into obsolescence as time references (Caracas, Venezuela, for example,
has resided since 2007 in self-declared GMT -4:30 zone), they gain value as a road map of geopolitical history
and a snapshot of an era.
Remember, anachronistic Patek Philippe watches do not become dated; they become collectible.

Introduced in 2000, the Patek Philippe ref. 5110 was the first serially produced world time reference,
and also the first since the legendary ref. 2523. It brought a visible evolution compared to the ref. 2523 (released in 1953)
by using a pusher at 10 o’clock to set the local city instead of the famous second crown.
It also made a switch from a manual wound movement to an automatic one.

YEAR 2003

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Estimated delivery time is approx 2-7 days subject to terms and conditions.


Our pre-owned watches are accompanied by Full 12 month warranty (the 'Warranty') from the day you receive your watch, protecting your watch against manufacturing and mechanical defects, subject to the following terms and conditions.

Our warranty is subject to the same terms and conditions as the manufacturer’s warranty. The warranty does not cover theft or loss. Normal wear and tear or damage caused to the watch by accidents or mishandling/mistreatment are also excluded as well as damage caused due to submersion in water against the manufacturer’s guidance. Wear of the watch strap is not covered by the warranty.

In the event you decide to take your watch to a repairer or watchmaker without prior approval from Debonar Watches, we will not be held liable for any costs you may incur.

Any modification of a watch by addition of substitution of components which have not been provided by the manufacturer will also invalidate the warranty, as will evidence that the watch case has been opened by anyone other than our authorised watchmakers.

It is your responsibility to arrange adequate insurance cover for your watch whilst in transit back to us, and this cost will be at your expense.


We offer a 14 day return period on any watches purchased online or personally, in which you can exchange your watch for another product or receive a full refund.

The watch must be returned in the same condition and with the same accessories and paperwork/warranty cards as when you received it.

If your watch arrived with a return tag attached, this must still be attached to the watch and not tampered with.

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Please allow 7 working days for refunds to reach your account.

If you return a watch to us and it has been marked, scratched or the stickers have been removed, we may charge you up to 20 percent of the sales figure, subject to returned condition of a watch.