Both the replica Audemars Piguet watches Royal Oak and Royal Oak Offshore are very hot and highly sought after as the world’s top sports watches. The Royal Oak was launched back in 1972, while the Royal Oak Offshore was originally designed in 1989. It was not until 1993 that the Royal Oak collection was launched, as Emmanuel Gueit, the designer of the Royal Oak collection, was to be the first to present it. The size of the watch was increased from the original Royal Oak 39mm to 42mm, but because of this large size it was more difficult at the time to get the watch into the hands of the Royal Oak. So Audemars Piguet waited almost four years before deciding to launch the collection, and I have to say that the designers of the Offshore collection were far-sighted! The Offshore Collection has managed to catch fire. At this year’s SIHH, the Royal Oak Offshore Collection was expanded with new additions, one of which we will be showing next. Take the Blue Dial Chronograph, for example, and see what Audemars Piguet has in store for us this year.
This year Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore has unveiled a number of new timepieces in a variety of colorways and ceramic. On the new model, we are presented with a cool color scheme. The colored ceramic used by Audemars Piguet is the result of a complex research process and a meticulous production process to achieve a brilliant and eye-catching look. Color. Ceramic is tougher than steel and is resistant to heat and scratches for years to come.
The 44mm diameter watch will also be a good choice for watch enthusiasts who prefer a larger-diameter watch. The case is made of stainless steel and alternately polished and brushed to create two very different visual perceptions in the Audemars Piguet’s craftsmanship is evident in the details.
The case is distinguished by a blue ceramic bezel, a sturdy and reliable material. The strap has a corresponding blue camouflage rubber strap that echoes the brand’s overall aesthetic.
Instantly recognizable by its classic octagonal bezel and hexagonal screws, the Royal Oak Offshore is in keeping with the Royal Oak’s long-standing tradition of being a timepiece with a strong and reliable identity. DNA Design. The ceramic screw-down crown is presented in a hexagonal shape, flanked by chronograph pushers, and also features steel push-button bridges. Protects the inside of the watch.
The blue dial is adorned with an oversized “Méga Tapisserie” pattern and three rhodium-coloured subsidiary dials. This creates a striking colour contrast. The two chronograph counters are indicated by red hands and the end of the central chronograph seconds hand is also painted red, making the time display more visible. 3 o’clock A circular date window is located at the top of the display, and the hands and hour markers are coated with a luminescent coating that makes them clearly visible even in low light conditions. Read time.
The movement is a Calibre 3126/3840 self-winding movement with a power reserve of 50 hours and water resistance. Depth up to 100 meters. The movement, which can be seen through the transparent case back, is finely polished and decorated with Côtes de Genève. Exquisite. The oscillating weight, engraved with the word “AP,” oscillates back and forth for a mechanical aesthetic. Since its creation, the Royal Oak Offshore has become a pioneer in the field of luxury sports watches. The Oak Offshore Collection still does not disappoint, with a new color palette, innovative materials and new features to create a different and An avant-garde wristwatch.