The Nautilus collection, designed by the legendary Gerald Genta, is celebrated for its distinctive porthole-shaped case and exquisite craftsmanship. The Nautilus 5712 comes in various versions, including the one we highlight today in stainless steel.
Here are 6 key features and details about the Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712 in steel:
The Nautilus 5712 is known for its elegant and sporty design. It features a tonneau-shaped stainless steel case with a diameter of around 40mm, and it's characterized by its iconic integrated bracelet, which seamlessly blends with the case. The watch has a transparent case back that allows you to view the intricate movement inside.
The watch features a blue or black gradient dial with horizontal embossed patterns, giving it a distinctive and modern look. The hour markers and hands are often coated with luminescent material for easy reading in low light.
The Nautilus 5712 is equipped with various complications, including a moon phase indicator, a power reserve indicator, and a subsidiary seconds dial. The moon phase display adds a touch of elegance to the watch, and the power reserve indicator lets you know how much energy is left in the mainspring.
The watch is powered by the Patek Philippe Caliber 240 PS IRM C LU self-winding movement. This movement is known for its precision and reliability and is meticulously finished, often bearing the Patek Philippe Seal.
The integrated stainless steel bracelet not only adds to the watch's sporty and luxurious appeal but also offers exceptional comfort when worn.
6. Water Resistance:
The Nautilus 5712 in steel has a water resistance of around 60 meters (200 feet), making it suitable for everyday wear, including light water activities.