The Patek Philippe 5370P exudes “Pure Patek,” with its timelessly classic silhouette, the watch showcases the best the watchmaker has to offer, bringing back heritage details in a watch that has fans raving. The caliber is made in-house, with a traditional enamel dial fitted with a retro case and crown. This watch is the first two-button pure split-second since 1971, and features a 41mm platinum case. The split-seconds chronograph features a concave bezel complementing the soft camber of the sapphire crystal. The pure-black enamel dial features Breguet numerals, made with the highest quality production, and will not fade over time. Turn the watch around and you can see the CHR 29-535 PS in action, a high-precision technical chronograph in its purest form. The 5370P will retail for $249,200 USD, but will be released in very limited quantities due to its special make, with only one to three pieces available in all of 2015 for the entire U.S. market, with first delivery sometime in July. Check out more on this highly exclusive and special watch over at HODINKEE here.