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Baselworld 2014
Baselworld 2014

Philip Barat, Head of Patek Philippe Development
Nautilus Ref. 5990/1A-001

Philip Barat, Head of Patek Philippe Development presents the latest technical innovation: Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph Ref. 5990/1A, a new complication and its cult-status design make this the perfect wristwatch for our era.

Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph Ref. 5990/1A
A new complication and its cult-status design make this the perfect wristwatch for our era.

With this Baselworld debut, Patek Philippe is expanding its collection of complicated Nautilus models, endowing the chronograph with the Travel Time function that indicates the time in two different time zones at a single glance. The new watch combines two highly popular complications and features additional functions for enhanced everyday convenience.

For nearly forty years now, the casually elegant Nautilus has enjoyed iconic status. It melds superb functionality with impressive ruggedness. The physique and resilience of its case have always been among its key characteristics. The integration of horological complications such as an analog date and a moon-phase display boosted its appeal, and in 2006, when Patek Philippe presented the first Nautilus chronograph, it became clear that this timekeeping instrument is what physically active watch connoisseurs had been waiting for. Now, the coveted chronograph has been enriched with the useful Travel Time function as reflected in the name Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph Ref. 5990/1A.

Patek Philippe Ref. 5990/1A-001
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