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Patek Philippe
Nautilus

Patek Philippe
Nautilus

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  • 100000 — 125000
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Watch Description

Caliber 240 PS IRM C LU. Self-winding. Date. Moon phases and power reserve indication. Seconds subdial. Screw-down crown. Sapphire-crystal case back. Case set with 44 baguette diamonds ~7.40 ct. Buckle set with 6 baguette diamonds ~0.80 ct. Water resistant to 60 m (due to push pieces). White or rose gold. Case diameter (10-4 o'clock): 40 mm. All diamonds are internally flawless Top Wesselton quality

Watch Characteristics

Model Number
  • 5724G-001
Case
  • Material: White gold
  • Diameter: 40 mm
  • Back: Sapphire
  • Water resistance: 60 m
Movement
  • Type: Self-winding mechanical
  • Power reserve: 48 hours
  • Frequency: 21 600 Alt/h
Functions
  • Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Date
  • Power reserve
Strap
  • Material: Leather
  • Buckle type: Folding buckle
Settings
  • Case, Dial

About Patek Philippe

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Patek Philippe enjoys outstanding renown and rare prestige, due to the constancy with which the Manufacture has applied its philosophy of excellence ever since it was founded.

Lexicon Translator

enClock

frHorloge

deGrossuhr

esReloj (grande o fijo)

itOrologio

Definition of the day

Clock,

A device designed to indicate the time. The earliest forms of clock were clepsydras, gnomons, sundials and hourglasses. The mechanical clock appeared in the early 14th century. Balance-spring clock. The regulating organ in watches is the balance and spring assembly which is also used in medium-sized clocks known as pendulum clocks or carriage clocks. The atomic clock or, more correctly, the molecular clock is a quartz clock in which the oscillation of the quartz crystal is stabilised by that of the nitrogen atom of an ammonia molecule; this latter oscillation is independent of temperature, pressure, shocks and ageing. Clocks are also named according to their style of construction, their regulating organ or their intended purpose.