Patek Philippe Debuts Two Absolutely Stunning New Timepieces For Watch Aficionados To Drool Over
With the first perpetual calendar in the Nautilus collection and the first chronograph in the Aquanaut range, Patek Philippe has further enhanced their two refined, sporty watch families. The debuts also introduce new patented fold-over clasps providing improved security with four independent catches to optimize opening and closing and to prevent the unintended release.
The first new watch, the Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5740/1G-001, showcases an analog perpetual calendar that that automatically recognizes the number of days in each month, including the periodically recurring 29th of February.
Sporting an 18K white-gold case, this is Patek Philippe’s thinnest perpetual calendar watch to date.
The dial is decorated with raised horizontal embossing, a typical facet of men’s Nautilus watches, and features the same sunburst blue that graced the versions released on the 40th anniversary of the Nautilus in 2016.
And it can be all yours for the low, low price of $119,700.
Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5740/1G-001