Nautilus Chronograph - PATEK PHILIPPE WATCHES
Patek Philippe's Nautilus watches are defined by their octagonal bezels and porthole-like cases. The sports watch was originally introduced in 1976 and the collection has since expanded, with different models providing access to different complications. One of the most popular of these is the chronograph. In simple terms, a chronograph watch is a timepiece that can be used as both a display watch and a stop watch, allowing for precise measurement of time. Within this category are two main variants. The Nautilus Chronograph Date models offer both a chronograph complication and a date display window at the 3 o'clock position. Alternatively, the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph combines the chronograph complication with a dual time zone display, which is ideal for those who travel frequently. Nautilus Chronograph Date timepieces are available in a choice of either rose gold or a two-tone combination of rose gold and stainless steel. Meanwhile, the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph is crafted from high-quality stainless steel. In terms of dial colors, the two choices available in this category are blue or black.