Patek Philippe Nautilus Jumbo MBW Black Dial Same Chassis As Swiss ETA Version-High Quality Replica Watch
What do you think about Patek Philippe watch? I think everyone who loves watch would have a dream Patek Philippe, no matter female or male fans. Nautilus is one of the most famous series from top Swiss watch brand Patek Philippe. Of course, the unaffordable prices make it a mysterious and royal watch. I would like to introduce a high-end replica Patek Philippe Nautilus Jumbo watch to you today, which is a very classic model of the brand, and it is from BP factory, very good quality and great replication.
Patek Philippe released the first Nautilus Jumbo watch in 1976 which was made of full stainless steel, and the advertisement advocated that it was a watch for both diving costume and tail coats, which made it famous in watch market. Here the replica is driven by a Japanese Miyota 9015 automatic movement. 25J, 2880bph, and which is nickle Plated, cortes de Geneve engineered bridges, gold plated insignia rotor as per the genuine. The superluminova in hour markers and needles matches a blue dial and stainless steel case perfectly. Also the case is 1: dimension as the original watch, this is different from other cheap quality replication. Beside, the bracelet is made of solid stainless steel 316F, the clasp is double deployant type which is as the same as per genuine. Front glass is made of sapphire crystal and why there is no AR coating ? Because the genuine watch doesn’t! On the back, we can see the detailed serial engraving on a display caseback.
This is the best replica Patek Philippe watch I have seen, from the internal to external, it works and looks the same as per genuine. It is a combination of classic, sport and casual. It is a good option for those who love stainless steel material, I know some friends just don’t like this kind material. But, there are some people will fall in love with it once they have tried it. After all, perfect replication as this Patek Philippe Nautilus watch is not easy to find in the market.
Stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. Fixed stainless steel bezel. Black dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Dial Type: Analog. Luminescent hands and markers. Day and month display at the 12 o’clock position. Date display at the 6 o’clock position. One sub-dial at the 6 o’clock position displaying moonphases and am/pm. Mechanical automatic movement. 324 S QA LU 24H engine. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Transparent sapphire case back. Case diameter: 40.5 mm. Round case shape. Fold over clasp. Water resistant at 120 meters / 400 feet. Functions: date, hour, minute, second, am/pm, moonphases. Luxury watch style. Watch label: Swiss Made. Patek Philippe Nautilus Mechanical Black Dial Steel Mens Watch 5726/1A-001.
Patek Philippe Calibre 324 S QA LU 24H
Scratch Resistant Sapphire
Minute Markers around the outer rim
One Sub-dial at the 6 o’clock position displaying Moonphases and AM/PM
Hands and Markers
Fixed Stainless Steel
120 meters / 400 feet
Day and Month Display at the 12 o’clock position. Date display at the 6 o’clock position
Ask people about their favorite Nautilus, and you can expect a variety of answers. Some prefer the original time-only model in steel; others want a moon phase or a precious metal. We fell in love, at its introduction in 2014, with the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph.
It is still surprising that a uk cheap replica watches that has so much going on can still look so pure and close to the original Nautilus, as sketched by Gérald Genta. The key here is the symmetry of the dial design: Two round subdials above each other at the median of the dial, with on each side a day/night indicator, one for home and one for local time. These subdials are by no means small, as they are clearly designed to be read with a high degree of ease. By allowing the embossed horizontal pattern of the dial to go through the subdial Patek achieved a visual symbiosis, that makes the Nautilus functional as well as beautiful.
Functionality is also at the forefront of operating the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph. The crown only has two positions: one to set the watch and one to wind it. Since it is fitted with an automatic movement, this means that the crown will be screwed down most of the time, taking full advantage of the watch 120 meters water-resistance. This is quite a feat since this Nautilus has four pushers. Two of them are obviously present on the right side of the watch and control the chronograph functions. The ones on the left are actually integrated into the famous case design. They allow for the second time zone, indicated by the skeletonized hand, to be moved one hour forwards or backward.
To prevent this from having a negative effect on the amplitude of the watch this function is insulated from the rest of the movement when the second time zone is changed. This is achieved by an innovative disk clutch, which also facilitates the chronograph, which features, of course, a column wheel. To achieve all this, Patek Philippe created a completely new movement for the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph, which can be admired through the glass case back of the watch. There you can also admire the 21K gold oscillating weight, which powers the movement.
It is the way in which Patek Philippe incorporated these two practical complications into the Nautilus that make this replica patek philippe nautilus with blue dial watch so special. It does not dilute the strong DNA of the original Nautilus, yet at the same time you do have a complicated watch around your wrist, with a technically advanced and impressive movement, making the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph pretty much the best in everything.
The Replica Patek Philippe World Time Watch Ref. 5230R pairs Louis Cottier’s famous means of displaying simultaneous world time with the convenience of a self-winding movement. Mark McArthur-Christie discusses the many virtues of this horological nobleman.
Your iPhone will probably conjure up the time in the Marquesas Islands with just a couple of taps of a virtual button. Your laptop can tell you if the hotel bar on the remote Chatham Islands is open in less time than it’s taken you to read this. By comparison, the new Patek Philippe 5230 Heure Universelle world timer is pretty useless.
That’s because they’re in those strange, tricksy half and quarter-hour timezones that sneaked past Sir Sandford Fleming’s 1879 attempt to make sense of world time. And neither appears on the 5230’s dial. So why – in the name of all that’s holy and Swiss – should you spend the sharp end of £300 on the 5230?
For just the same reason you’d drive a Bristol 409 and not a Honda Civic, even though the Honda is a far better car in almost every way. For just the same reason you’d spend nearly £3,000 on a vintage Hetchins Curly bicycle when a modern carbon fibre racing razor blade is lighter, faster and stronger.
The Civic and the carbon bicycle are rational choices. Both will do a splendid job, but never make your heart sing in the way their more analogue alternatives can. I can’t imagine many Civic owners have glanced over their shoulder at their parked car and smiled. I don’t imagine many people have opened a bottle of wine, poured a glass and sat and just looked at the frame joints on their carbon bike frame.
The Bristol, Hetchins and Patek Philippe are irrational, emotional choices and all the better for it.
Moreover, the Patek packs in 177 years of concentrated horology and distilled watchcraft. See that pattern at the centre of the dial? Look a little closer and you’ll realise it’s actually the same pattern, repeated in ever-smaller concentric circles as it orbits the cannon pinion. It’s produced on a hand-operated guilloché machine that’s been sitting in Patek Philippe’s workshop since around the turn of the nineteenth century. PP is clearly not in the business of innovation for fashion’s sake.
But world timers, like the world they time, need to change. And it’s not just for aesthetic reasons. Countries change the cities they use to anchor their timezones and even the zones themselves alter. For example, Moscow may be moving in one direction politically, but in 2014 it moved closer to Europe by nipping from four hours ahead of Greenwich to just three. And, while they were at it, the Duma made a few more tweaks that spread 11 timezones out across Russia – up from 9. patek philippe copy watches makers can’t simply go on making the same old worldtimers now that Dubai, not Riyadh, is the reference point for UTC+3.
All this timezone upheaval has meant Patek Philippe has redesigned the timezone wheels of its Heure Universelle collection. You’ll now find Dubai, not Riyadh on the outer dial, and Brisbane instead of Noumea. But despite the guilloché dial treatment, always a trademark of earlier PP designer Svend Andersen’s world timers, Patek hasn’t gone so far as to replace Los Angeles with Beverly Hills.
While they were at it, Patek’s watchmakers also redesigned the hands and cases of the Heures Universelle. This fitted rather nicely with President Thierry Stern’s decision to show the entire range at Basel 2016 strapless to emphasise the quality of Patek’s case manufacture. The new case is a 38.5mm Calatrava style that’s just 10.23mm thick and you can have it in white or rose gold. The bezel is narrower than we’re used to for a PP world timer and smoothly polished too.
Push the domed, cuboid push-piece set into the case at 10 o’clock and several things happen at once. The hour hand moves forward by a step, the city dial and the 24 hour ring move one step counterclockwise and now you’re in a new timezone. There’s no fuss, no need for a stylus or any interruption to the watch’s timekeeping. The minute hand is completely unaffected by the changing hours.
But this is a world timer – a very different sort of patek philippe complicated watches annual calendar from the humbler GMT or dual timezone model. What’s the difference? A world timer will show you simultaneously, at a glance, the time in any of the 24 main timezones of the world rather than just two or three. It’s all thanks to watchmakers Emmanuel and Louis Cottier who found a simple, but particularly elegant, way to show simultaneous world time.
Emmanuel, Louis’s father, invented a world time system in 1885, based on the globe’s 24 time divisions. Louis went on to work with Patek Philippe and, in 1931, he produced the modern world timer’s ancestor; a watch that displayed local time in hours and minutes but with a 24 hour dial ring and a separate timezone bezel. To read local time, one adjusted the bezel until one’s local city was at 12 o’clock. And to see the time in every key timezone in the world, one simply looked for the city name and read the time from the 24 hour dial.
So successful was Cottier’s system that he went on to make a world time pocket watch that was given to Winston Churchill after WWII. This particular watch sold for nearly £500,000 at Sotheby’s in 2015.
Cottier was an exceptional watchmaker. Not only did he perfect the world timer for Patek Philippe, he also developed the remarkable Cobra concept watch in 1958. This was a watch that displayed the time (just the local sort) on rollers, visible through a slit window in the watch’s futuristic gold case.
Despite its relatively small size of 38mm, the 5230 bearing Cottier’s world time system is very simple indeed to read and use. All 24 city names around the outer dial ring are clear and easy to see. The 24 hour inner dial removes any ambiguity still further with a tiny, applied gold sun and crescent moon, indicating 1200 and 2400.
Visually, the 5230 (PP model names are, of course, created by a closely-guarded mechanical random number generator in a Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers basement) is a little simpler than the Ref. 5930 World Time Chronograph with its extra subdial, chrono seconds and two additional pushers. It’s none the worse for it though.
Much has been made of the hour hand of the 5230 being shaped to resemble the Southern Cross constellation. A little unfair on those of us in Northern Europe, perhaps – and a rather odd choice for a Swiss nice watchmaker. Nevertheless, it’s piercing and taper makes it easier to read at a glance than the previous balloon hour hand. Both hands match the case material and hour markers and are lapped and bevelled.
But, as ever, the real joy of the watch is behind the caseback. In fact, one could even suggest that buying a 5230 might be a highly effective way to save money. Rather than wasting time and subscription fees on entertainment, TV, restaurants and the cinema, simply take off your 5230, turn it over and enjoy gazing at the movement. For hours.
It’s a bit of a stunner. 239 parts, 21,600 vph, 48 hours of power reserve and a level of accuracy that looks at COSC certificates, raises an elegant, slightly supercilious eyebrow and smiles knowingly.
It’s self-winding but measures just 3.88mm in depth – only fractionally thicker than a pound coin. That’s because its micro-rotor, engraved with the Patek Philippe Calatrava cross, sits flush with the movement plates. Normally, a micro-rotor of this size – perhaps a third larger than the mainspring’s barrel – would struggle to keep a movement wound. Patek’s watchmakers have got round the problem with a rather simple, and typically Patek, solution. They’ve made the rotor from 22kt gold. That gives it plenty of weight and thus – critically – torque.
All this winding power gets transmitted to the mainspring and into the movement through 33 jewelled bearings – although you can only see 10 of them through the sapphire caseback. And it’s regulated by PP’s unique Gyromax balance – using tiny, turnable weighted collets (rather than screws) to cut air-resistance and increase the balance’s moment of inertia.
You get bridges with chamfered edges and Côtes de Genève (on the micro-rotor too), perlage on the mainplate and even the wheels of the going train have chamfered spokes. Yet, despite all the haute horlogerie finishing, it’s not over the top or bling. All in all, it’s the sort of movement that makes one reach for a loupe and stare.
Seriously – buy a 5230 and drop your TV licence in the shredder. You won’t be needing it anymore. Yes, of course, you can get an app that does the whole world time thing far more efficiently, but apps have all the joy, soul and satisfaction of a tax inspectors’ Christmas party. Sometimes – perhaps nearly always in Watchworld – analogue is, actually, best.
Talk to someone who knows nothing about patek philippe imitation watches and within 60 seconds you’ll no doubt be asked about “that brand” with the “you know … you look after it for the next generation” advertising campaign. Patek Philippe has been using the so-called Generations campaign to sell watches since 1996 without interruption, and the sentimental pairings of sweet family photographs and seemingly timeless watches is still going strong. On the occasion of the campaign’s 20th anniversary, I spoke with a few of the people instrumental in its creation and evolution over the decades, to get the real story behind watchmaking’s most iconic advertisements.
Jasmina Steele, now Patek Philippe Communications Director, joined the company in January of 1996, and one of her first projects was to find a new advertising agency. Patek had been working with the Bozell ad agency for more than a decade, but knew it was time to move on in a new direction. They wanted something that would break with the celebrity-heavy, product-centric marketing that dominated luxury patek philippe 5724r nautilus with diamond bezel & moon phase watch advertising at the time. Think back to the Cindy Crawford Omega campaigns, for example. That wouldn’t be very Patek Philippe, now would it?
Steele headed up a pitch competition from a handful of top European advertising agencies, including London-based Leagas Delaney. Principle Tim Delaney led the agency’s pitch team, and got right into it.
During that research, Delaney learned a number of key things. When shown pictures of celebrities and famous patek philippe chronometro gondolo owners, potential clients had an almost uniformly negative response. “What about me?” they would remark. “Why do I have to look at other people’s stories and borrow the acclaim of others?” Delaney remembers some of them saying. After a group of interviews like this in San Francisco (Leagas Delaney’s research was global, not restricted to Europe), Delaney boarded a flight home to London with the research report in hand, ready to get down to work.
It sounds almost too good to be true, but according to Delaney, the Generations campaign was actually born on that flight from San Francisco to London. If customers didn’t want to participate in the lives of others, he needed to convince them beautifully complicated mechanical patek philippe watches could be personal. “Begin your own tradition,” he wrote. Little did he know the line would stick for more than two decades.
This emotional connection is still going strong too. When asked if the campaign would be stopping or changing anytime soon, both Steele and Delaney were adamant that as long as Generations is still selling watches, and getting new customers interested in replica patek philippe watch, it would be here to stay.
There is a great irony lurking under the surface here, that I can’t leave unmentioned. The little boy from that very first advertisement, way back in 1996, could be having his own child very soon, if not already. The Generations campaign has lasted more than a generation, practicing the very thing that it preaches: longevity, timeless values, and the importance of emotion in commerce.
I won’t be surprised if it lasts another generation or more.
Patek Philippe launched its Nautilus sport watch in Y 1972, it was an anomaly.
A luxury sports watch made of stainless steel and measuring 42mm diagonally across, the Nautilus was a departure from the era’s high-end watches, which were typically smaller, dressier and crafted from Gold.
The Nautilus went on to become an icon watch, today, steel Patek’s steel models often command months-long waiting times.
This year, the 177-year-old company again got patek philippe nautilus mens replica watch lovers attention with a pair of 40th-anni time pieces.
They are made of precious metals and have flashy touches that have got some watch fans wondering.
My preferred model is the Ref. 5711/1P, a time-and-date Nautilus encased in Platinum. Its dial features baguette-cut diamond hour markers and embossed commemorative lettering, accents that are subtly and tastefully executed, but are enough to get purists into debates.
These Special Editions mark the 40th anniversary of the Nautilus, designed by the late, great patek philippe nautilus 5980 chronograph watch designer Gerald Genta in Y 1972. Aside from the shared aesthetic details, the other anniversary model also stands out with its size.
Ref. 5976/1G, a chronograph watch in White Gold, measures 49.25mm in width (and 44mm diagonally across). This makes it the largest model in Patek’s current catalogue, as well as a contrarian statement at a time when patek philippe nautilus annual calendar fake watches sizes are shrinking, following years of large cases.
Whatever people feel, what is certain is that these by-application-only (Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) like marketing), you have to apply for them, and that does not mean you will get one, expect them to go fast.
Priced at $149, Ref. 5711/1P is limited to just 700 pieces, while the chronograph Ref. 5976/1G retails at $127 and is limited to 1,300 pieces.