Patek Philippe Nautilus 3711

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The Nautilus Ref. 3711 is a larger, white gold sports watch by Patek Philippe, introduced in 2004, it was retired after 2005 with the introduction of the new 5711/1A.

This was a special larger model of the Nautilus available only in white gold from the first generation of the Nautilus family.

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Like the rest of the Patek Philippe Nautilus family, Ref. 3711 has the well-known integrated and water-tight "porthole" case penned by Gérald Genta. But this time the case was even larger than before, measuring 42 mm by 44 mm. Ref. 3711 was introduced at the Basel Fair in 2004 in white gold and never made in steel only.

Ref. 3711 uses Patek Philippe's Cal. 315 SC.

Patek Philippe refreshed the entire Nautilus line in 2006, replacing this Ref. 3711 as well as the original Nautilus 3700 with the new Ref. 5711/1A.

Reference:

3711

Movement:

Self-winding movement Cal. 315 SC, 21,600 A/h

Case:

white gold
Bezel fixed, polished
Screw-in crown, monobloc back
Waterproof to 120 m

Dial:

Black

Functions:

Hours, minutes, central seconds, date

Bracelet:

Integrated white gold bracelet with folding clasp

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