The basic version of the Aquanaut has the
reference number 5167. Its affix, "extra large," is a bit misleading, as the 40-mm three-hand watch with a date display isn't unusually large. The automatic caliber 324 S C powers the Aquanaut Extra Large. It oscillates at 28,800 alternations per hour (A/h) and has a 40-hour power reserve.
Plan to spend around 28,900 USD for a never-worn stainless steel version. Pre-owned watches are only slightly less expensive, at 26,600 USD. If you prefer the rose gold model with a chocolate-brown dial and strap, expect to pay around 34,700 USD. For the collection's 20th anniversary, Patek released the Aquanaut
5168G with a 42-mm white gold case , a blue dial, and a matching rubber strap. This timepiece costs between 47,400 and 51,200 USD. You can save quite a bit by choosing a slightly older, pre-owned model. Prices for the 38-mm Aquanaut 5065A range from 19,100 to 23,100 USD.
The Aquanaut Luce is the collection's women's model. These watches have smaller cases (35.6 mm) than the men's models and 46 diamonds on their bezels. The stainless steel version comes with a black, brown, blue, or white dial with a matching band and is equipped with a quartz movement. The rose gold edition features an automatic movement. Expect to pay around 13,900 USD for a stainless steel model and 34,700 USD for one in gold. The
Aquanaut Luce Haute Joaillerie has a particularly feminine design. It is also made of rose gold; however, its mother-of-pearl dial has a chess-board pattern, its bezel is studded with 40 baguette-cut diamonds, and every hour index also has a shimmering diamond. You'll have to invest about 78,700 USD to call this treasure your own.