Patek Philippe Ref. 5980 Nautilus Chronograph Two-tone

Nautilus is a classic of haute Horlogerie sports watches, first launched in 1976 and located next to the Daytona Rolex, Omega Speedmaster, Tag Heuer Carrera or Audemars Piguet Royal Oak among the most famous watches in this category.

Relaunched in 2007, the series Nautilus from Patek Philippe replica has seen so far emergence of several different versions, including the latest is a Cronograph (ref. 5980 / 1AR-001) stainless steel and rose gold dial with blue and stripes horizontal surfaces.

Pink gold was used to make the bezel, screwed crown and chronograph buttons and bracelet in composition. The housing measures 40.55 mm and is designed to withstand up to 120m under water. In combination with luminescent surfaces, gold and the dial is indexed clockwise or index.

The chronograph display consists of a single secondary dial located at the bottom used for measuring both of the hours and minutes. On the right is the indicator for time.


Patek Philippe replica Nautilus Chronograph Caliber CH 28-520 has a mechanism of automatic C, which comprises 327 parts including 35 rubies and 13 bridges. Gyromax type rocker vibrates at a frequency of 28,800 VPH. This mechanism is designed as an internal standard uni Patek Philippe, even more restrictive than the Geneva Seal.

Those interested in Patek Philippe Nautilus Chronograph one can buy it for an amount of approximately 50500 euro.

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