This year at Baselworld, Patek Philippe is releasing a new version of the ladies’ world time wristwatch, reference Patek Philippe 7130G. You may be familiar with the 7130G that is currently in production with a brown guilloché dial and diamond-set bezel. The Patek Philippe 7130G you see here is, well, the exact same watch but in a new, beautiful bright color.
The dial of the new Patek Philippe 7130G is a peacock-blue, with a guilloché center, a bi-colored center ring with 24-hour indication, and a sunburst outer chapter ring with 24 international cities. The white gold case measures a solid 36mm and the bezel is set with 62 diamonds.
The watch runs on the automatic caliber 240 HU, which is used in most of Patek Philippe’s worldtimers, including the men’s reference 5130 and reference 5110, and is complete with a nice micro-rotor and a 48-hour power reserve (all visible through a sapphire display caseback, of course). To complete the look, the 7130G has a matching peacock blue alligator strap.