Rather than hanging tight for the ways to authoritatively open at Baselworld 2019, Patek Philippe has quite recently reported 15 new watch models just before the occasion. While there’s a lot to unload there, we needed to promptly draw a nearer take a gander at the new Nautilus models. Here are the new Patek Philippe Nautilus looks for people from Baselworld 2019.
A new tempered steel Nautilus joins the setup for Baselworld 2019 (Image: Patek Philippe).
A New Dial for the Men’s Nautilus Annual Calendar Ref. 5726
The new tempered steel Nautilus Annual Calendar with Moonphase (Image: Patek Philippe).
Patek Philippe revealed the absolute first ref. 5726 Nautilus back in 2010, and this year, a new dial joins the assortment. The new Patek Philippe Nautilus Annual Calendar with Moonphase ref. 5726/1A-014 highlights an unobtrusively graduated dial from for the most part blue to dark on the outskirts – like the debut 1976 Nautilus – complete with the mandatory flat emblazoning. Preceding this delivery, the Nautilus Annual Calendar just accompanied a dark dial or a white dial.
The new Nautilus Annual Calendar with Moonphase follows a similar plan language of other Nautilus watches (Image: Patek Philippe).
The remainder of the watch holds the recognizable Nautilus plan from the steel window roused 40.5mm case to the incorporated steel bezel. As an annual calendar form, the Nautilus ref. 5726/1A-014 incorporates a couple of windows at the top to show the day and month, alongside the date gap at 6 o’clock. The moonphase sub-dial at 6 o’clock is outlined by a 24-hour marker.
The sapphire caseback gives us a perspective on the Caliber 324 S QA LU 24H/303 inside the watch, which offers a base force save of 35 hours. Obviously, as the name of the complication recommends, the annual calendar possibly requires one manual rearrangement each year – when February transforms into March.
A New Size and Dial Colors for the Ladies’ Nautilus Models
Just one of the numerous new Ladies’ Nautilus references (Image: Patek Philippe).
For the ladies, Patek Philippe is presenting five new programmed Nautilus models, some with somewhat bigger cases and new dial shading alternatives.
The programmed steel and precious stone bezel ladies’ Nautilus observes now sport somewhat bigger 35.2mm cases (compared to past 33.6mm), which is currently similar size as the other self-winding ladies’ Nautilus models. There are three dials to browse: blue opaline (ref. 7118-1200A-001), brilliant opaline (ref. 7118-1200A-010), and dim opaline (ref. 7118-1200A-011). Additionally new to the watch is the clasp expansion framework on the steel wristband, which gives the wearer somewhere in the range of 2mm and 4mm of additional length.
The new Nautilus watches include re-planned clasps with expansion frameworks (Image: Patek Philippe).
Previously, all rose gold variants of the programmed ladies’ Nautilus watches accompanied 35.2mm cases and jewel set bezels. For 2019, Patek holds a similar case size, however now offers two new models with smooth gold ( sans precious stones) bezels. The two dial colorway alternatives incorporate shiny opaline (ref. 7118/1R-001) and brilliant opaline (ref. 7118/1R010). The new rose gold Nautilus observes likewise come fitted with the new overlay over clasp with an incorporated change framework
Similar to past self-winding ladies’ Nautilus watches, the five new models run on the programmed Caliber 324 S C with a 35-hour power save, which can be seen through the show caseback.
The in-house self-winding development sits on full showcase through a sapphire caseback (Image: Patek Philippe).