The Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5712/1A

The Patek Nautilus Collection was originally introduced in 1976. Patek Philippe was looking for a strong design and an inspiration soon emerged: The universal shape of a porthole found on virtually all maritime vessels. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nautilus, Patek Philippe created the New Nautilus Collection and introduced it at the Basel world in 2006. One of the most popular models in the new Nautilus Collection is the Ref. 5712/1A in all steel featuring a number of complications. 

Besides displaying the hours and minutes, it has a subsidiary seconds dial, a power reserve indicator and a analog date at 7 o'clock with an integrated moon-phase display. The Ref. 5712/1A has a three part case, sapphire crystal back, screw down crown and moon-phase adjustment on the side of the case. The Caliber 240PS IRM C LU self-winding movement features a 22Kt gold mini rotor recessed in the main plate. The Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5712/1A  has captured the attention of watch collectors world wide. 

Patek Philippe also offers matching Nautilus cufflinks in 18kt white gold.

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