Client Service / Service Costs
Servicing your Patek Philippe at an Authorized Service Center is not as expensive as you may imagine. The following price list is provided as a guideline to help you make the right choices when it comes to ensuring you are properly looking after your legacy for the next generation.
Prices shown below are Maximum Public Prices without taxes. These prices are relative to complete maintenance services only. Prices quoted in Swiss Francs (CHF) and do not include components requiring replacement.
Maximum Public Price without tax
Battery change / 130
Quartz (Level 2) / 550
Mechanical (Level 2) / 700
Automatic (Level 2) / 800
Complication I (Level 3) Annual Calendar, Travel Time, moon phase, etc. / 1050
Complication II (Advanced Level) Perpetual Calendar, Chronographe, Chronographe Annual Calendar / 1500
Complication III (Advanced Level) Chronographe Perpetual Calendar, Perpetual Calendar Retrograde / 2000
Grand Complication (Advanced Level Geneva) tourbillon, split-seconds chronograph, retrograde, minute repeater, etc. / estimate
Classic collection (more than 20 years old) / estimate
Refused estimates / 130
Usual payment conditions apply
Please note that the refurbishing of the case and bracelet is not included in the maintenance, but left for your personal preference.
CHF (without taxes)
Case or Bracelet
Case and Bracelet
Steel, Yellow / Red gold, White gold (non-rhodium plated), Platinum
White gold (rhodium plated)
For esthetical reason, a watch with a metal bracelet has to be polished in its whole (case and bracelet).
The price of the service varies depending on the complexity of the timepiece.
For a watch from our current collection (or a watch less than 30 years old), that has not been damaged and only needs a routine service, Patek Philippe has a set rate that is used by our service centers.
We can normally provide you with a cost estimate within five working days upon receipt of the watch.