Is Patek Philippe 5712 discontinued?

The main Patek Philippe website is now no longer displaying the non-complication 5711 Nautilus by the watchmaker. While the 5712 and 5726 are all experiencing their own sort of limelight as of late, it’s sad to see the Gerald Genta-design three-hander officially gone.

Is Patek 5711 discontinued?

From the Editor: Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711/1A is Finally ‘Discontinued’ for Good.

Does Patek Philippe hold value?

Do Patek Philippe watches hold their value? Yes, Patek Philippe watches hold their value quite well, and you can expect to receive a substantial return on your investment if you can hold on to the piece until the most opportune moment arises.

Is the Patek 5990 discontinued?

Alongside a number of other models, the reference 5990/1A-001 has been officially discontinued by Patek Philippe as of the 18th January 2022.

How many Patek Philippe 5711 are made each year?

60,000 pieces
“Whatever the demand, we limit our production to 60,000 pieces a year,” said Thierry Stern, President of Patek Philippe.

Do all Patek Philippe go up in value?

While it’s true that not all Patek Philippe models increase in value, Nautilus and Aquanaut models in particular have had a tendency to accrue worth as the years go on.

Will Patek prices continue to rise?

Today, the entire Patek Philippe website has been refreshed with new 2022 pricing, as well, where increases vary wildly. On the below rate-of-inflation end of the spectrum, we see that the 5270J, Patek’s solid-gold grand complication, increased from $176,240 to $182,150, which represents a 3.4 percent rise.

Why do Pateks cost so much?

Precious From the Inside Out: Patek Philippe’s Materials The way Patek Philippe watches are created means their production takes longer, resulting in lower inventories than most other luxury brands. This makes Patek Philippe watches highly exclusive and, thus, expensive.

Is Patek discontinuing the Nautilus?

As now officially stated by the brand, and something that we’ve come to expect for about a year, the classic time-and-date Patek Philippe Nautilus, known as the reference 5711, is out of production.

What is the retail price of 5711?

The 26-330 SC has been present in the Nautilus 5711 since 2019. The new version of the 5711 will retail for $34,893 in steel (for the 5711-1A-014) and $92,624 for the diamond-set 5711-1300-001.