Patek Philippe 215 Differences Comparison

Patek Philippe Caliber 215 Differences

Patek Philippe 215 Differences Comparison

215215 PS215 PS FUS 24H215 PS LU
Movement Type ManualManualManualManual
 Jewels18181818
Diameter21.9mm21.9mm21.9mm21.9mm
Thickness2.55mm2.55mm3.353mm
Parts130Unkown (same as 215?)178157
Bridges556Unknown (add to comments below)
Vibrations Per Hour28,800 bph28,800 bph28,800 bph28,800 bph
BalanceGyromaxGyromaxGyromaxGyromax
Balance SpringSpiromaxSpiromaxSpiromaxSpiromax
Power Reserve44 hours44 hours44 hours39-44 hours
 FunctionsHours, minutesHours, minutes, small secondsHours, minutes, small seconds, GMT, 24 hr timeHours, minutes, small seconds, moonphase
 Country of ManufactureSwitzerlandSwitzerlandSwitzerlandSwitzerland
 Known Models4895, 48975116, 5119, 5123, 5196, 7041, 7119, 7120 71344968, 7121/1, 7121

There are four variations of the PP caliber 215:

All are manual wind movements.

From Patek.com:

As the name implies, these movements are wound by turning the crown. The tensioned mainspring drives the wheels inside the watch as it gradually relaxes. Whether ultra thin, cut-away “skeleton”, simple or complicated, the manually wound movement is greatly appreciated by aficionados of traditional watchmaking.

  • Official caliber 215 info from Patek Philippe – click here
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Patek Collector
Patek Collector
4 years ago

This is extremely useful. Thank you a million times.

Andrew Lin
Andrew Lin
1 year ago

Patek Philippe 5134 Calatrava Travel Time uses caliber 215/156, but I don’t see this movement variation listed on this site. Is 215/156 the same as 215 PS FUS 24H ? What is the difference?

Francesco
Francesco
2 months ago

How to regolation the watch
Please

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