Introducing: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph Collection Gets A Few Updates

Introducing: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph Collection Gets A Few Updates

Last week at SIHH we showed you the new Royal Oak Chronograph assortment, yet Audemars Piguet has chosen to spruce up the chronographs in the Offshore assortment too. Honestly, the original Offshore was the principal Royal Oak chronograph somewhere in the range of twenty years prior. However, I stray. Similarly just like the case with the new Royal Oak Chronograph arrangement, the progressions here are for the most part corrective, with Audemars Piguet presenting new case and dial combinations, including a few two-tone alternatives and one in strong platinum.

Audemars Piguet is staying with the two case measures that have been accessible since 2014, 42mm and 44mm, in an assortment of metals including tempered steel, gold, earthenware, titanium, and platinum, for certain adaptations in any event, blending these materials. Inside, it’s likewise a similar programmed development, the type 3126, fueling the watch. This secluded chronograph has a 60-hour power save, a stop-seconds instrument for the principle timekeeping train, and a strong 22k gold rotor for programmed winding. Certainly, it’s a workhorse development, yet an incredibly, decent workhorse. The most delightful maybe.

Here’s a look at the platinum form of the Offshore Chronograph, complete with strong platinum bracelet.

There are seven new pieces being acquainted with the assortment this year altogether. The new 42mm models come in hardened steel, yellow gold, and platinum – the full platinum wristband on the remainder of these makes it conceivably the heaviest watch from SIHH. The new 44mm Offshore Chronographs come with earthenware, pink gold, and titanium cases, all of which come with dark fired bezels and pushers.

Prices fluctuate a ton across the assortment. The two steel models in 42mm retail for $26,600, while the gold 42mm Offshore retails for $86,200. Climbing to the bigger 44mm Offshores, you’re looking at $30,400 in titanium, $32,100 in ceramic, and $45,900 in pink gold. At long last, there’s the large kid, the 42mm Royal Oak Offshore in platinum with the full platinum arm band, which is a restricted release and will hamper you $134,800.

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