Monday, September 21

Spot the Watch: Ellen DeGeneres rocking a black dial stainless steel Patek Philippe Ref 5960!

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We noted in our spot of Nick Foles, that Ellen DeGeneres was possibly wearing another stainless steel Patek Philippe Ref 5960.  We just saw a bigger picture and she was indeed!

We were the first to spot her wearing the white dialed version of the annual calendar chronograph previously and it seems she decided to get the matching black dial model as well!    Ellen is one serious watch collector and she is growing her collection at one steady rate!

Ellen DeGeneres Patek Philippe Ref 5960

Ellen DeGeneres rocking a black dial Patek Philippe Ref 5960 1/A. (Photo by Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.)

Close up of the watch on her wrist.  You can see the red hands and the familiar sub dial layout of the chronograph contrasting against the black dial.

Ellen DeGeneres Patek Philippe Ref 5960

Close up of the Patek Philippe Ref 5960 in stainless steel with black dial on the wrist of Ellen.

The black dialed Patek Philippe Reference 5960 Annual Calendar Chronograph

 

Patek Philippe Ref 5960 1/A

The Patek Philippe Ref 5960 1/A with black dial

That concludes another Ellen Spot the Watch!

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  1. Sorry but what’s the big deal about Ellen? Really? Makes a lot of money to buy a Patek but what’s so great about her? I’ve nothing against her for your information folks.

  2. I am considering to buy the 5960/1A-001 but I can’t get over the fact that the power reserve indicator sweeps directly over the Patek Philippe logo. This a very unfortunate lack of attention to detail and I wonder why nobody realized this and corrected it. I certainly hope it was not a deliberate choice. Strangely, on the previous version, the 5960R-001, PP did get it right and there is no overlap of the power reserve indicator with the logo.

  3. I am considering to buy the 5960/1A-002 but I can’t get over the fact that the power reserve indicator sweeps directly over the Patek Philippe logo. This a very unfortunate lack of attention to detail and I wonder why nobody realized this and corrected it. I certainly hope it was not a deliberate choice. Strangely, on the previous version, the 5960R-001, PP did get it right and there is no overlap of the power reserve indicator with the logo.