Having a luxury replica watch with a seamless design, from its case to the bracelet, can be rather satisfying. This is especially so for a timepiece that is well-designed. The concept of having the design extending beyond the case, and onto the bracelet, gives the watch a rather complete look.
Following the Vacheron Constantin Overseas, we have yet another classic from the “Holy Trinity” of Swiss Watchmaking.
The Nautilus, launched in 1976, was top quality copy Patek Philippe’s answer to the Royal Oak. The watch, which was designed by late Gerald Genta, had captured the attention by many over the years for its interesting design cues and exquisite finishing. Although it is unusual, but its rounded octagonal bezel and “ears” on the case is now an icon within the industry.
Unfortunately, for many collectors who have yet to own this timepiece, Patek Philippe Nautilus replica with blue dial had discontinued the highly popular stainless steel model. The next best alternative is the rose gold variant, which is priced at a princely sum of S$78,000.