Reviewing the Patek Philippe Nautilus, reference number 5712R. We'll be doing an unboxing of the watch, as you can see in the packaging here, we'll also be going over the pricing, the dial, bezel, case, crown, strap, clasp, and we'll talk about the movement toward the end. Okay, so, as an end user, you actually won't ever be receiving this Patek Philippes in the box like this. This is coming straight from the authorized dealers. So, this is gonna be the first time that this watch has been out of this box. So let me go ahead, see that quality control sticker there? I'm gonna go ahead and pop this off now. There we are. Alright, the second inner box now. Okay. See. Additional strap here in the black. Also vacuum sealed. So. Alright, let's get this out of the second packaging now. Look at that. Well, we'll take it out of its, a lot of packaging went to this. A lot of packaging. Alright. Get this out of the way. Alright, so here we have completely fresh, completely brand new, Patek Philippe Nautilus, first time out of its box, absolutely gorgeous. Alright, so, let's go ahead and talk about the pricing for this watch first, as I'm sure you guys are all excited to hear about the price of the watch. Okay, so let's go ahead and move on to the dial now. So dial, absolutely beautiful, if you're not actually interested in the rose gold, the other configurations of this watch, specifically for the moon phase watch, you're looking at a gray dial, which is similar, same dial, but in a steel case on leather band, and you can also get it in a blue dial on steel case and a leather band as well. Okay, so you do have some other options if you're not interested in the rose gold. So, for the dial, you're looking at the gray dial, absolutely beautiful dial, one thing I want to mention is that it sort of starts out as a gray, silver dial in the center, and then it just has a beautiful gradation as it goes outwards towards the edges of the dial, behind the index hour markers, it has that nice darker gray at the edges. And just really absolutely gorgeous use of gradation on the dial. For the hour markers, we have index stick markers, which are 18 karat, the 18 karat rose gold fashioned with luminous coating. That can be said about the hands as well, we have that rose gold and that luminescent coating as well. So this watch will glow in the dark for easier viewability. For the subdials, at the top left, at the 10 o'clock, 11 o'clock position, we have the power reserve indicator. And there's actually a very, it's a very dynamic subdial as well, as I'll show you here, if you wind the watch, you can actually see that power reserve begin to fill up. Almost immediately you can see that adjustment from it. I'll go ahead and move it a little bit more. So pretty cool there. At the bottom left we have the moon phase indicator, and the, rather, moon phase and day date indicator. And it really seems simple at a glance, but it's actually very intricately made, and a lot of detail was put into it. The aperture, which is the hole, was cut in a specific way to help indicate the moon phases, while the disk underneath it, the disk being, you see those gold stars there, it's actually a disk cut from a wafer of sapphire, then those gold stars, and there's actually two gold moons painted on that wafer of sapphire. As the lunar cycle begins, one of the golden moons will come, will show up from the left side in a clockwise rotation, what's known as, astronomy term, the moon begins to wax from the left, meaning that the shadows will overlap the left side of the moon. And once it reaches the center, that means it's the full moon, and then that gold moon will begin to wane to the right, meaning that the shadows will begin to cover from the right side of the moon. So that's how it shows that moon phase, and once the moon fully completes its rotation, the second moon will begin the next cycle, the next cycle of the moon phase. So pretty cool feature, pretty cool feature there. The bottom right, we have just a very simple second subdial. Now, one thing that I want to mention is that all the subdials are off-centered, which is actually, which is not really that bad, because the Patek Philippe, they actually put the Patek Philippe logo here at the top right, let me try to move this out of the way here, they have the Patek Philippe logo and name at the top right, which really counterbalances and just makes that, really counterbalances these subdials and doesn't make it look so, so busy and off-centered, it actually balances it quite nicely and makes its face very beautiful. Okay. So let's go ahead and move on to the bezel now. For the bezel, you're looking at a completely finished by hand bezel and case. The frontal portion of the bezel is a sand finish, as you can see with that brushed rose gold. The edges of it is high polished to give it a nice shine. See. And the overall shape is octagonal shape, as it represents the porthole of a ship. And that's where the actual name for the Nautilus came to be and that's the original design, is that they designed it to look like the porthole of a ship. So pretty cool, pretty cool overall shape and look. For the case size, you're looking at 40 millimeters in diameter, so that's my index finger to my thumb here. You're looking at 40 millimeters in diameter, and for that 40 millimeters in diameter that's actually just the size of the case, but from the lug to lug, from this lug to this lug, you're looking at a wearable size of 50 millimeters, while the left side of the case to the right side, to the crown, you're looking at a 45 millimeter. So. The side profile of it, however, is where it really begins to shine, because as you can see, the side profile, it actually isn't very thick at all. It's about nine millimeter in thickness, so it's a very thin profiled watch. Will sit on your wrist very nicely, as the overall shape tapers very nicely from the case to the strap. So it sits on the wrist very nicely, hugs it comfortably, and overall is a very, so much of a joy to wear. Moving on. To the crown now. The crown just serves simple functions, it is a screw down crown, unscrews counterclockwise. As I've shown you, the power reserve indicator is wound in the first position. The only other position is the hand setting position in which you can set the hands bidirectionally. Of course they'll stop, or, yeah, so, the hands are set bidirectionally. And always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight against the case. As that keeps this Nautilus water resistant for up to 60 meters and 196 feet. Okay, so let's go ahead and move on to the strap now. The strap is just a brown alligator leather strap. It's actually very beautiful, very well made. One thing I like to show is just a overall frontal view. As you can see the tapering from the case lugs all the way down to the strap, it has a very beautiful taper, and that really helps with it being very comfortable on the wrist, and helping that overall aesthetic look. The brown really complements and contrasts that rose gold, and just looks very beautiful. But however, if you don't prefer the leather band, this watch actually comes under a different reference number, for a full rose gold band, and the reference number for that one if you want to check it out is 5980. For the clasp, here's the clasp. As it is brand new of course it's off the, the strap isn't fully attached to the clasp yet. The clasp is a twin double, twin double deployment clasp. Or rather, a twin trigger double deployment clasp. Let's see, shown there. Okay. So. Let me show that again. So, the buttons are on the side of the deployment, right here, and that opens up the first side. And then right here, pops off the second side. And very beautifully made, taking into consideration of, usually the deployment clasps like this are usually symmetrical in size, so that they both open up to around the, you know, they both open up to the same size. But they keep in mind that the, sometimes it actually is confusing for some people that the deployment is actually supposed to follow a set, that one side is supposed to go down first and then the other side comes down on top. So, that smaller portion of the deployment really helps with keeping that idea, of that this side, the smaller side going down first, and the larger side closing in on top. Okay, let's go ahead and move on to the movement now. The movement is housed in this beautiful exhibition case back. The movement is a mechanical self winding movement, it's Patek Philippes caliber 240 PSIMRMCLU. It has a mini 22 karat gold rotor at the bottom here. Keeps a power reserve of a minimum of 38 hours to a maximum of 48 hours. It's a movement made up of 265 different parts, about 29 jewels. Okay, let's see if I can give a closer look. And look at beautiful machined finish patterns on the bridges, you can see that horizontal, and then the circular ones at the bottom there. Try to tilt it towards the light, give you a better view of that. Absolutely gorgeous. On the actual case itself, we have small hallmarks in each corner. We have this 750 at the top right here, and I believe the Patek logo on the top left. We also have the Patek logo on the rotor itself, stamped there. And also on the strap here on the left. Okay, so let me actually go ahead and show you this watch on the wrist now. Unfortunately I can't put this fully on, so. I'll try my best here. Okay, okay. So that's how the watch looks on the wrist. Alright, just absolutely gorgeous watch. Let me show you the side profile now. As you can see, doesn't sit very high at all on the wrist. Will fit under suit coats, dress coats, very nicely, very easily. 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