Showing 1 Result(s)

Over the last few years, Audemars Piguet has added a full palette of colors to its most sporty and robust model, the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph. In this year, the manufacturer introduced three new color references. In black ceramic boxes, the dial of its “Mega Tapisserie” changes slightly from the previous version: a new Arab hour takes the place of the traditional baton index. Audemars Piguet watches
The 44-mm cases of the three new timepieces are all in brushed black ceramic, with glareproof sapphire crystals both in the front and back. For the iconic octagonal Royal Oak bezels, two of the models use colored ceramic, either smoked blue or smoked green; the same material, in the same color, is used for the chronograph push-pieces and the screw-locked crown, with the addition of titanium push-piece guards. The other model has a smoked gray dial and a bezel and push-piece guards made of 18k rose gold, while the push-pieces and the crown are in black ceramic.
The dials, all enhanced with the waffle-textured pattern that Audemars Piguet replica  calls “Mega Tapisserie” all feature prominent applied Arabic numerals, made of either white gold or rose gold, at eight of the hour positions; rhodium-toned subdials for the small seconds and chronograph totalizers; a round date window at 3 o’clock; and luminous-coated hands in the classical Royal Oak style. 
You can see inside the case, which is water-resistant up to 100 meters, beats replica Audemars Piguet’s manufacture Caliber 3126/3840, a self-winding, chronograph-equipped movement with 59 jewels, a 21,600-vph (3 Hz) frequency, and a minimum 50-hour power reserve. Each of the new Royal Oak Offshore automatic models comes in color-coordinated, textured rubber with a pin buckle in titanium or rose gold.