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Patek Philippe Nautilus With White Dials – BaselWorld 2012

Patek Philippe Nautilus With White Dials – BaselWorld 2012

Patek Philippe presented some white dial variants for their Nautilus assortment during the BaselWorld 2012 presentation. Fratellowatches got an opportunity to get them before the focal point during our gathering with Patek and we’re glad to share our photographs with you. We likewise had the option to get the new Patek Philippe 5204P (split seconds chronograph and ceaseless schedule) before our focal point, we will get to that awesome watch in another blog post.

As you may know, the Nautilus is – along with the Royal Oak – a watch that get referenced a ton here. We love symbols, particularly when planned by the late Gerald Genta . Last year’s BaselWorld presented to us another adaptation of the Aquanaut (Travel Time)  ref.5164 including a double time region. Albeit the Aquanaut is an eminent watch, intended to acquaint a more up with date rendition of the Nautilus to a more youthful public, we can’t help it that we actually favor the Nautilus despite the fact that we know that the Aquanaut has a great deal of fans as well.

Besides refreshing a portion of the current Nautilus models with a white dial, Patek Philippe additionally presented another Nautilus ref. 5126/1A (development 324 S QA LU 24H). Much the same as the all around existing ref.5712/1A this model has a moon stage marker, yet in addition includes a yearly schedule and 24-hour show. Simply a slight bit greater than the ‘basic’ Nautilus ref.5711/1A, this is one extraordinary comfortable watch and we think its dial is more adjusted than the past referenced ref.5712/1A with moon stage indicator.

Also accessible with the dark dial, known as ref. 5126/1A – 001 (the white dial rendition is – 010). At that point, the mother of all Nauti (ref.5711/1A) is from now into the foreseeable future likewise accessible with a white dial, alluded to as 5711/1A-011. All specialized particulars are the equivalent, with the exception of the dial tone. Albeit the white dial may appear to be somewhat hard on the photos, wearing it on your wrist tones it done an indent or two. We’ve discovered them to look extremely snappy with a decent light hued shirt. As should be obvious, the completion on the bezel and wristband are indistinguishable from that of his dim brother.

Last yet not least is the Nautilus Chronograph ref. 5980/1A, a mainstream watch among authorities who discover the Nautilus 5711/1A all in all too thin and little for their wrists. Other than the rendition with a blue or dark dial, there will likewise be a white dial form accessible from Patek Philippe. This white dialed model likewise has the white sub dial for the hour long and 12 hour monocounter situated at 6 o’clock, rather than a hued sub dial of the blue and dark versions.

Above, an outline of every one of the three PP Nautilus Chronograph 5980/1A varieties. The costs continue as before for all models (aside from the new 5126/1A moon stage yearly schedule, which is an altogether new model). The Nautilus Annual Calendar 5126/1A has a CHF 39.000,- sticker price on it and in this way the Nautilus Chronograph 5980 is as yet the most costly treated steel Nautilus model with a CHF 42.000,- sticker price. The fundamental Nautilus 5711/1A records for CHF 21.000,- .

Although we have a great deal of affection for the most essential – and vintage – Nautilus, the ref.3700/1A ( which we referenced before here at Fratellowatches ) and could be viewed as our chalice treated steel watch, we really love different forms too. Uncertain about whether there is a slight inclination for the dim dials or the white dials of certain adaptations, you can’t turn out badly regardless of what dial shading you choose.

Patek Philippe astounded us by presenting the white dial renditions of the Nautilus, positively however. Maybe a portion of the perfectionists hate any variety of the Nautilus (and chiefly love the ended  3700/1A), however we love all of them.

More data can be found on the unique ‘ ‘ page on the Patek Philippe website.