The first replica Patek Philippe Nautilus watch was released in 1976, but the production of Nautilus did not slow down. Today, it has become one of the most popular replica watches on the planet. Let us keep in close contact with many watch fans who call it dream watch.
Nautilus Annual Calendar Moonphase Replica Watch
This special best replica annual calendar watch uses dual windows for the date and month. The window is located at 12 o’clock, under the Patek Philippe replica watch logo wordmark, and the word Geneve is printed under the day/month aperture.
On the gray radial gradient top replica watch’s dial, a very clean layout, both balanced and symmetrical. The iconic horizontal lining guilloche pattern provides depth and size to the dial layout. The decal hour markers are luminous, which is also obvious in low light conditions.
The date window of the cheap replica watch is located at 6 o’clock. Just below the sub-register of the Moonphase window and the 24-hour day/night indicator, this indicator lets the wearer know whether to set it to morning or evening.
From the logo to the annual calendar window, the typography used on this luxury replica watch, and even the numbers used on the day/night indicator are neat, clear, easy to read, and use sans-serif fonts.
One of the most notable features of the top replica Nautilus watch is the octagonal case shape, which has become a symbol of Gerald Genta on some iconic fake watches. Legend has it that this shape was modeled based on the shape of the sea bottom porthole.
The cheap replica Nautilus case has a very unique bezel, with distinct “ears” on both sides of the case. One side is used for hinges and the other side is used for closure.
One of the most beautiful parts of the luxury replica watch case is the excellent surface treatment. The case, the inner bezel and the bracelet are all treated with fine unidirectional brushed surface treatment. The outer bezel and the inner link on the bracelet are screwed in. Style crown, and the inner hinge and closure of the bezel “ears”.