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Patek Philippe 215 Differences Comparison

Patek Philippe Caliber 215 Differences

Patek Philippe 215 Differences Comparison

215 215 PS 215 PS FUS 24H 215 PS LU
Movement Type Manual Manual Manual Manual
 Jewels 18 18 18 18
Diameter 21.9mm 21.9mm 21.9mm 21.9mm
Thickness 2.55mm 2.55mm 3.35 3mm
Parts 130 Unkown (same as 215?) 178 157
Bridges 5 5 6 Unknown (add to comments below)
Vibrations Per Hour 28,800 bph 28,800 bph 28,800 bph 28,800 bph
Balance Gyromax Gyromax Gyromax Gyromax
Balance Spring Spiromax Spiromax Spiromax Spiromax
Power Reserve 44 hours 44 hours 44 hours 39-44 hours
 Functions Hours, minutes Hours, minutes, small seconds Hours, minutes, small seconds, GMT, 24 hr time Hours, minutes, small seconds, moonphase
 Country of Manufacture Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland
 Known Models 4895, 4897 5116, 5119, 5123, 5196, 7041, 7119, 7120  7134 4968, 7121/1, 7121

There are four variations of the PP caliber 215:

All are manual wind movements.


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

This is extremely useful. Thank you a million times.

Andrew Lin
Andrew Lin

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?