The Patek Philippe Aquanaut was released in 1997, and was the first Patek Philippe to be released with a rubber strap. It is a classic time-only watch, with the added benefit of having a date aperture at 3 o’clock.
The black checkerboard dial, matching the pattern on the strap, is embossed with silver applied numerals and luminescent hour markers.
Sized at 39.3 x 37 mm, the watch both feels and looks perfectly proportioned on the wrist.
It has the classic Aquanaut brushed bezel, contrasting with its polished bevelled edges, showing a high level of finishing. Based on the Nautilus, the Aquanaut case is made of three parts, which allows for both a sapphire display-back and water resistance of up to 120m.
To ensure the latter, the watch also features a screw-down crown and a rubber Patek Philippe strap.
This Patek Philippe Aquanaut is powered by the self-winding calibre 315 SC.
Started in 1984, it is a now highly-venerated movement.
Its reliability comes from a reduced oscillation of 21,600 A/h, giving it more durability than its predecessor, the Cal. 310.
It has 29 jewels and the finishing features Genevian stripes and the Genevian seal.
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