Eye Candy: Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711/1R. One of Gerald Genta's Icons.

The Patek Philippe Nautilus is a watch that needs little introduction. Launched in 1976, quickly became a legendary and iconic watch just like every other watch designed by Gerald Genta. Perhaps Genta was gifted with the 'Midas Touch' or maybe he was just the biggest visionary the horological world has had so far. Either way, the Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711 is one of the sexiest watches out there, specially in its 18K rose gold version with matching integrated bracelet.

Fitted with a stunning brown gradated dial with gold applied hour markers with luminescent coating, the Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711/1R-001 is simply one of the most stunning rose gold timepieces out there and a classic for decades to come. Powered by the same automatic calibre 324 S C powering the Aquanaut ref. 5167, the Patek Philippe ref. 5711/1R has an autonomy of 45 hours with its movement visible via its display case back.

Equipped with one of the nicest bracelets in the watch world, the bracelet of the Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 5711 is a complex work of art that features a satin brushed finish with highly polished center links. Much like a supple joint, the bracelet embraces the wrist with delicacy and elegance. On the wrist, this is a perfect unisex watch with great proportions and a beautiful weight thanks to its solid 18K rose gold construction.

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