Patek Philippe Nautilus 5726A-001

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Patek Philippe launched the Nautilus in 1976 to compete against the uber-successful Royal Oak from AP which had been released 4 years prior. Patek used the shape of a porthole as a reference when it designed the Nautilus, and just like Captain Nemo’s ship the Nautilus is a powerful machine able to take you 20,000 leagues under the sea and beyond. The Nautilus, reference # 5726A-001, is made in stainless steel which has been both brushed and polished underlining Patek’s obsession with de..

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Patek Philippe Calatrava White Gold 5153G-001

Patek Philippe Calatrava White Gold 5153G-001

Patek Philippe Calatrava White Gold 5153G-001 The Calatrava from Patek Philippe was first released in 1932 and is still today a huge favorite among watch enthusiasts. Over the last 81 years the Calatrava hasn’t changed much in terms of its aesthetics. Instead, it is the consistency of the design that has kept it as such a crowd pleaser for that time. The Calatrava features a very simple 3 hand design but Patek ensures that every single detail on this model is crafted to perfection. This ..

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Putin Wears a Patek Philippe, Bush Sports a Timex

According to this article by the Russian publication Pravda, Russian President Vladimir Putin wears a $60,000 Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar watch while our own President Bush sports a $50 Timex Indiglo. What's even more interesting is that Putin's annual salary is only $60,000 while Bush's salary, according to Wikipedia, is $400,000 (like he even needs it). Is Putin trading nukes for watches, and did Bush lose a bet? And most curious of all is the fact that Bush's Timex is apparently eng..

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