Breaking News The Patek Philippe Ref. 5711 Nautilus Has Been Discontinued
After a month of internet (and Instagram) hypothesis that the 5711/1A-010 was suspended, it has been affirmed by Patek Philippe HQ straightforwardly that the blue-dial rendition of the Nautilus is, truth be told, no mas. While this may seem like pretty exhausting news, it’s not in the event that you have been following the way of the extravagance steel sport watch market, which has taken off in ongoing years.
The shortlist for any semblance of the Nautilus 5711, Rolex Submariner, and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak have become comically long (see all the images). Rumors from far and wide suggest that the shortlist for the 5711 is (or was) ten years in length (indeed, ten years long). Which is somewhat ridiculous when you consider everything, yet in addition not when you understand that solitary 30% of Pateks are made in treated steel each year. It’s as yet an extravagance thing, though.
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Luckily, the rose-gold rendition is as yet accessible, so James Stacey will be eased (golly). In any case, I am by and by tragic to see this one go, yet I can’t envision Patek doesn’t have another Nautilus stunt at their disposal. So until we hear more, spill one out for the 5711/1A-010. It was a decent run.