Over the past few months, many inquiries have poured in regarding the Nautilus 5712 replica watch, and I’m pleased to announce that it is now officially in stock. The Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712 replica has been a best-seller in the last couple of years, owing to its sporty appearance, multifunctionality, and the captivating asymmetry of its dial—a feature that resonates with many enthusiasts. However, the earlier V1 edition had a noticeable flaw in the form of a false power reserve indicator. The recently released V2 edition has addressed this issue, featuring a genuine power reserve indicator, marking a significant improvement.
While the V2 edition has been promoted by PPF since April 2022, its release was awaited for several months, and it has only recently become available. It’s worth noting that both ZF and PPF are under the same ownership, with ZF serving as the main watch company and PPF operating as a sub-branch primarily focused on producing Nautilus replicas.
As for the V2 Nautilus 5712, the dial showcases a functional power reserve located at 10 o’clock and 11 o’clock. Winding the watch by pulling out the crown and turning it causes the small hand within the power reserve indicator to move slowly towards the left, stopping at the number “48” when fully wound, matching PPF’s claim of a 48-hour power reserve. Regarding water resistance, caution is advised—although the screw-in crown and screw-down case back provide good waterproofing, the two small holes on the case set with push buttons for adjusting the moon phase and date pose a risk of water penetration. Consequently, wearing the watch while swimming is discouraged due to its significant value.
It’s important to note that the V2 Nautilus 5712 comes with a higher price tag, and ZF offers it bundled with their 40mm Submariner, which means customers must purchase an additional black Submariner or green hulk to obtain the V2 5712. This strategy is a result of excess stock of 40mm Submariner replicas that ZF needs to clear. While the cost may be high initially, it’s expected that ZF will eventually reduce the price, although the exact timeline for this adjustment is uncertain. On a positive note, ZF has already reduced the price of the V1 Nautilus 5712.