Marking the 40th anniversary of its “The Nautilus” timepiece, watchmaker Patek Philippe has decided to release special, limited edition, versions of it. We’re talking about the reference 5711/1P three-hand model and 5976/1G chronograph version, both of which are sublime in their own ways. Both versions impress with daring lateral ridges, while the 44mm Nautilus Ref. 5711/iP boasts a blue 18-carat gold dial with a rare white Top Wesselton diamond embedded into its bezel. The movement is a 324 S C model with a 21-karat gold central rotor and a Spiromax balance spring.
The Nautilus Chronograph, Ref. 5976 /1G comes with a 49.25mm case, as well as an 18-karat white gold body that houses a self-winding flyback chronograph, an automatic movement named CH 28-520 C as well as a Spiromax balance spring.
As far as pricing is concerned the Nautilus Ref. 5711/1P would set you back $113,400 while the Ref. 5976 /1G costs “just: $90,000.