Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Self-Winding Tourbillon Chronograph

Since Carl F. Bucherer released the A1000 movement with an internal automatic rotor in 2010, I feel that more watches are needed to integrate the peripheral rotor into the mechanical movement. In 2014, Cheap Audemars Piguet Replica Watches launched a new ultra-high-end Royal Oak Offshore version with a new visible dial-type peripheral automatic rotor, in addition to the tourbillon and chronograph complications, there are other products.

What is the “dial-type peripheral automatic rotor?” Many of you know, but I just realize that it is difficult for non-watch enthusiasts to understand the concept. The automatic rotor is part of the “auto-winding” system of the mechanical watch and tends to be formed as a semi-circular shape placed at the rear of the movement. These semi-circular weights move with the movement of the wrist and provide the mainspring for the watchmaking movement. One problem that some enthusiasts have about automatic movements is that the rotor blocks most of the motion (even though they can move around) and they cause the motion size to increase.

The peripheral automatic rotor is not located at the top of the movement but around the movement. There is usually a crescent-shaped weight moving along the orbit as a rotor. This is a movement such as the Carl F. Bucherer A1000 (and other movements with a rear peripheral rotor). In a watch such as the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Automatic Tourbillon Chronograph, the peripheral automatic rotor is actually mounted around the top of the movement, in this case visible through the dial. In this timepiece, the rotor must be heavy enough to properly wind the movement, so Audemars Piguet Replica Watches and Renaud & Papi (where the movement is made) make the outer rotor in platinum.

The peripheral automatic rotor mounted on the dial is a feature of the existing Fake Audemars Piguet Watches 2897 movement, which was introduced several years ago. The movement is run at 3 Hz and the power reserve is 65 hours. The movement is beautifully decorated and can be seen through the case back. Of course, there are no rotors that can block a lot of manual finishing of the movement – this is why peripheral rotors are valued. This new 2014 watch is basically a new version of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak automatic tourbillon chronograph. The 26550AU.OO.A002CA.01 was first debuted in 2011 but has never actually been released. So in a sense, this new model is a summary of the project that the brand started many years ago.

On the dial you will see a very rare sight – the semi-empty Royal Oak Offshore dial (in addition to the tourbillon). Audemars Piguet did produce a limited number of completely hollowed out Royal Oak movements, but they were not often semi-empty. The decision to do so may be because the large gear on the dial at 1 o’clock will move as the rotor rotates around the dial. Around the dial is a transparent area where you can see that the rotor itself is moving. This added visual animated feel makes it necessary for Swiss Audemars Piguet Watches to change the look of the Royal Oak Offshore dial – which is usually protected by the brand. To handle the exposed gear elements, the timer sub-surface needs to be downsized, while the second sub-surface running to the left is only a larger touch. The lower part of the dial provides a view of the tourbillon – this is the only semi-skeletonized area you see frequently in the Audemars Piguet watch.

Favorite Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Watch This style of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Automatic Winding Tourbillon Chronograph is available in a wide range of 44mm, here from black ceramic, forged combination of carbon and titanium produce. It provides a very sporty look, but the wearer may appreciate the exquisite detail of the internal movement. The Audemars Piguet Replica Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding tourbillon chronograph will be unveiled at the end of September in the 2014 new watch and miracle. The price may be around $300,000.

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