11 years have passed since the launch of the series, which marks another development of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore replica watch series, not a revolution. The series has just received some user-friendly updates. Although the Royal Oak Jumbo is one of the few watches, it is actually worthy of the overused "iconic" logo, but the Royal Oak Offshore has become a more relaxed and interestin...
I have already discussed 2012 as the 40th anniversary of the birth of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Watch. It is easy to predict that the brand of Le Brassus will focus on the Royal Oak and release a series of works that look both forward and past. Of course they did it. Nothing is very novel, I believe that as long as we can imagine, Cheap Audemars Piguet Replica Watches will respect the core appearance of the Gerald Genta design classic.
One of the most important parts of the 40th anniversary celebration is the Royal Oak update, a larger 41 mm wide case. The previous “Jumbo” model is 39 mm wide. Although there is actually a new Jumbo for 2012 – this is the original Jumbo redo – this 41mm wide Royal Oak suit is really a giant this year. It will also include the three-handed and chronograph version of 2012.
With all the new Royal Oak watches, Audemars Piguet Replica Watches is really confused about the naming. I have to admit that they can better focus on the elements of the watch. It’s not important that people like me just call this watch “New Jumbo.” The official name for the three-hand phone model is Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, which is 41mm self-winding, while the chronograph is called the Royal Oak chronograph. Both use a 41 mm wide box with a water depth of 50 meters.
The details of the case and bracelet have never been better. As a “renewed” Royal Oak, you will see some changes, not just the addition of two extra millimeters of case size. Let’s start with the automatic winding 41mm. The interior of the watch is powered by the Audemars Piguet Replica 3120 automatic movement with a new 18k gold rotor. The rotor has a new design and looks very beautiful through the sapphire bottom window. The beautiful movement also has a 60-hour power reserve. It only runs at 3 Hz and moves forward. I want to see the AP place a more modern new movement in their Royal Oak, which runs at 4 Hz (or higher!). This will make the second hand movement smoother and more accurate. But you can’t complain about the appearance of the sport.
According to Best Audemars Piguet Replica Watches, all Royal Oak watch dials are now manufactured in-house. The giant tapisserie dial style has been replaced! The new one is called “grande tapisserie.” In addition to the raised blocks on the dial, there are small concentric circles on the entire dial, which are basic textures in texture. The result is subtle but very attractive.
Unlike Jumbo, the AP logo is below 12 o’clock instead of 6 o’clock. There are some small but important changes to the hand and hour markers. First of all, they are no longer truly round. Fake Audemars Piguet Watches was inspired by the newer Royal Oak Offshore, which is actually a hand and a longer baton time scale. Satire how classic works draw inspiration from new works. You will notice that their edges are more inclined than their fillets. The new look is more modern and helps to update the look of the dial. All this reminds me of Rolex, I jokingly think this is the “Maxi Dial” version of AP’s Royal Oak (a few years ago Rolex updated Submariner with a new dial with a larger indicator, they called Maxi Dial ).
The new dial is generally impressive, and I think even a skeptical purist would like the new dial. Another new one is the improved bracelet deployment buckle. This is something that people have to argue about for the Royal Oak. The upgrade is very good. It’s simple, but the details are lovely. Functionally, Royal Oak is now equipped with a lock button deployment buckle that looks great when closed.
In addition to self-winding, the 41mm is the new Royal Oak chronograph model. The interior of the watch is equipped with the Audemars Piguet 2385 automatic chronograph movement with a larger outer casing. Unlike automatic winding, the chronograph has no bottom cover. Both models are made of 18k rose gold and 2012 steel. There are also many dial colors to choose from. Both collections have a silver-white dial, black dial and dark blue dial options. Blue actually looks great.
So most people’s question is how does the 41mm size look? Big? Too big? Not big enough? I will be right. The 39 mm wide version is always a very large watch. The same is true for the 41 mm wide version. It looks like a 42-43 mm wide watch and is also very good because it has a relatively thin profile. For me, the new larger size is more suitable for my taste. It will also help win a lot of people who have only worn the Royal Oak Offshore watch until now.
Today, people at the Royal Oak Offshore Company have many sizes to choose from. In 2012 alone, Audemars Piguet introduced the Royal Oak version of the 37mm 39mm and 41mm wide versions. Many fans will participate in limited models and classic Jumbo (also 39mm wide) redo. For me, this 41mm wide version is the winner. The chronograph is a cherry model, and the three hands are ideal for formal or everyday wear. Comfortable, elegant and very masculine.
Pricing and availability will be the biggest problem most people face. Audemars Piguet has been known for taking a long time to make their watches and pricing is very expensive – especially for steel watches. Oh, I mean, we are talking about the brand that used the original Royal Oak to charge the price of gold watches for steel watches. Don’t expect to enter an AP dealership and watch it out with a budget. Although the brand cache and residual value are not half bad. Despite the cost, I can at least say that watches like this are the ones I am eager to have one day. Later this year, the 41-mm-wide Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch will be found in the store. It is easy to become one of the most desirable products of SIHH 2012. Royal Oak’s self-winding is priced at $16,900 for steel, $33,800 for 18k rose gold, and $64,800 for bracelets. The price of the chronograph is $23,900, the price of 18L rose gold is $45,500, and the bracelet is $70,800.