Launched in 1998, reference 5070 represents Patek Philippe's return to the production of chronograph wristwatches after an almost 30 year break. The last chronograph model produced before this was reference 1463, for which production was halted in the late 1960s.
In 2008, on the 10th anniversary of this iconic model, Patek Philippe unveiled the reference 5070P, encased in platinum with a blue-metallic sunburst dial. The reference 5070P replaced the discontinued pink and white gold versions. Reference 5070P, discontinued in 2009, was only produced for one year, making it among the rarest and most exclusive version of this hugely successful reference.
Complete with all original accessories, the watch is offered in like new condition.