The Best Quality Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary Edition Replica Watch, which gives the Nautilus one of its signature ‘ears’, is inherent to the personality of this luxury watch, so the shift is vital. The effect, on such a large timepiece, is actually to balance it out: and the high polishing of the pushers is a perfect echo for the polished edges of that legendary Nautilus bezel. Seen next to an AP Royal Oak (the Royal Oak, also designed by Genta, is a close cousin of the Nautilus), the Patek Philippe Nautilus 5967/1G 40th anniversary edition looks like that watch’s bigger, more sophisticated brother.
Since then, this iconic Patek Philippe Nautilus 40th Anniversary Edition Replica Watch has been seen in the company of everybody who’s anybody: Brad Pitt, Ed Sheeran, the Dalai Lama, Jonah Hill. To name just a few. The Nautilus is a mark of success, so it’s only fitting that Patek Philippe should have gone to town for its 40th anniversary. This celebration edition Nautilus, though, has something the others don’t. It’s an event piece, one you won’t get the chance to repeat until the 50th anniversary of the model rolls around in 10 years time.
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Nautilus, happy birthday to you… It’s been 40 years since Gerald Genta’s Patek Philippe Nautilus design first graced the wrists of the bold and the beautiful.
So, what do you get in the Patek Philippe Nautilus Replica Watch? Well, it’s in 18k white gold, and housed in a 49.5 mm wide (44 mm diameter) case. That’s right: the ‘Jumbo’ edition of Patek’s much-loved classic has the kind of wrist presence you’d normally associate with a Roger Dubuis or a King Power.
The massive case houses a flyback chrono movement, with chrono pushers spread unusually wide to accommodate the flaring crown guard. There are few single luxury watches that have stood the test of time like the Nautilus. Most Rolexes make the cut, as do the Big Bang and the Royal Oak.
The bracelet is finished with legendary Patek Philippe Replica Watch style: balanced and slightly tapered. There’s no hint of slender understatement here, though. Any way you look at it, this Patek Philippe is a beast. A heavy-duty movement, a heavy-duty case, and a weighty price tag. To a Patek collector, it’s a new grail. And limited to a run of only 1,300 pieces—each shipped in a cork box, just like the original 1976 model.