In fact, there's really no reason to talk about this watch right now. This is not a new model and is not easily available. But it's also a rose-gold Nautilus. People made a fuss about the replica Patek Philippe's new watches this year, with the eyebrow-raising Calatrava Pilot and their much more on-brand split-seconds chronograph. If Patek made music instead of fake watches, the Pilot and the split-seconds would be their newest album's lead singles. At first, they're the only songs getting played. After a period of reflection and reflection, we have some impressive news our favorite song is actually the one that appears at the bottom of the list. Actually, it's a refined version of one of their greatest works, the stunning Nautilus. The Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711/1R-001 is technically and structurally identical to the classic 5711 'Jumbo' that was launched in 2006; itself a direct predecessor to the original Nautilus introduced in 1976 - the 3700. It's the Nautilus at its most pure — pared back to a time, date, and that iconic Gerald Genta design. It's the ultimate luxury sports watch. This is the first time the 5711 has been provided in rose gold. The fact that the Patek has swapped the customary blue horizontally striped dial for a chocolate brown graduated one completes the package. The dial is finished off with 18k rose gold hands, indices, and date window frames. The rose gold Nautilus is surprisingly understated on the wrist. I know, it's a solid gold Patek, hardly the subtlest watch available, but it's true. Compared to a similar solid gold watch, say from Audemars Piguet or Rolex, the Patek is really a low-key luxury. This is down to the greatly brushed finishes, but the fact that the Nautilus is still a relatively thin watch certainly helps. It's just so nice to wear. The latest update on 5711 was so astonishing that it proved the nautilus's power. All Patek Philippe had to do was change the case metal and add a complementary dial color, and they made their best replica watch of the year. However, we really should calm down; Since its controversial launch, the Nautilus, which turns 40 next year, has become one of the most recognizable symbols of elegance, luxury, and success.