1976: Patek Philippe presents one of his most successful and popular watches ever: the NAUTILUS, the first sporty stainless steel wristwatch. Today it represents the symbol of Patek Philippe sports watches.
Created by Gerald Genta, the Nautilus went down in the history of the watchmaking business as one of the most extraordinary and durable designs of the second half of the 20th century.
1997: a new chapter in the history of Patek Philippe, the AQUANAUT.
With its stainless steel case, rare for a Patek Philippe, the Aquanaut exuded its sporty appeal but was endowed with all the must-have classic assets of a Geneva-based manufacturer's timepiece: precision and reliability.
In this new edition we will trace and illustrate the full history of these two models with all their relevant characteristics and details, such as calibers, dials, cabinets and bracelets, with the aim of providing a real guide to the many collectors and lovers who value both their technical and their symbolic value.
Condition: New in the packaging