Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 7118/1A
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ABOUT THE WATCHThe history of the Patek Philippe Nautilus is closely linked to the history of another iconic timepiece, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, whose creation in 1972 birthed a new category of luxury wristwatches in stainless steel.
Following the growing success of the Royal Oak, Patek Philippe decided that it was time to develop their interpretation of an exclusive sport watch in a nonprecious metal, one that could be worn for daily activity.
For Patek Philippe, this new model had a key role in its overall marketing strategy as it had to refresh the brand image while perpetuating the tradition. The target was represented by dynamic business managers of the new generations.
This example is in "like-new" condition, meaning there are no signs of wear or scratches on the case and bracelet. The bracelet is tight, with no stretch between the links.
This Nautilus is presented as a full set with a box, papers, and warranty booklets.
Lug Width: N/A
THE BRANDPatek Philippe is one of the oldest watch manufacturers in the world, with an uninterrupted watchmaking history since its founding in 1839. It designs and manufactures some of the most sought-after timepieces and movements, including some of the most complicated mechanical wristwatches ever made.
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After a watch is purchased, our specialist will perform several final tests to ensure it is functioning correctly and within specifications before shipping. This process can take 1-3 business days.
Once your watch is ready, it will be shipped via insured FedEx Overnight and arrive at your nearest FedEx carrier facility the next day. Tracking information will be provided once the watch ships.
International shipping can take several days considering customs and travel. Straps made from exotic materials banned for import will be removed from the watch before shipping. Note that all import taxes and duties are the responsibility of the buyer.