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Welcome to our column dedicated to luxury watches equipped with a perpetual calendar complication

IWC, Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin and many more.

We love to review luxury watches equipped with a perpetual calendar mechanical complication. It is one of the most intriguing complications in the history of watchmaking and one that, once adjusted, lets your watch running while keeping into account leap years. A perpetual calendar needs no further adjustment until 2100, the year in which the current cycle of leap years stops and the wearer must proceed with the very first manual correction.

Our passion for watches equipped with a Perpetual Calendar complication.

Perpetual calendar watches are often discussed and celebrated on most popular watch forums. IWC is with no doubt among the brands that best interpret this beautiful complication: in its perpetual calendar, developed by great master watchmaker Kurt Klaus, any adjustment or correction is performed through the winding crown exclusively. The brand boasts the most extensive offering of perpetual calendars, with some of them offering a digital display of month, date and year too. Other high-end watch brands have recently joined the party by producing remarkable (ultra-thin) examples of perpetual calendars: we remind the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Overseas Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar or the Patek Philippe Nautilus 5740-1G to cite a few.


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