The very first Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillion Chronograph was unveiled by Audemars Piguet back in 2010, and the Swiss watchmaker did an excellent job in keeping its appearance fresh by releasing various editions in different materials over the years. However, this exceptional timepiece was reinvented altogether this year, and it will be unveiled in its entire glory during the Watches & Wonders event that is set to take place in Hong Kong.
The Royal Oak Offshore Self-Winding Tourbillion Chronograph is powered by a caliber 2897 and boasts a forged carbon case as well as a black ceramic bezel, a black ceramic crown and titanium pusher guards. The movement is housed within a 44mm case and flaunts a power reserve of 65 hours, 21,600vph and no less than 34 jewels. As for the dial, it is adorned with a “Méga Tapisserie” pattern that contrasts beautifully with the luminescent Royal Oak hands and the gold applied hour-markers.
Limited to just 50 units worldwide, this Audemars Piguet watch is a tough, reliable and sporty masterpiece that will definitely become highly coveted and appreciated by enthusiasts and connoisseurs.