Introducing: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver Chronograph
While Jason discovered some specialized defects, for example, the interior bezel being hard to utilize, he discovered the general perceivability to be ideal. The end? Perhaps not the best watch for jumping and timing submerged BUT absolutely a cool watch and entirely collectible from a horological angle. All things considered, you can envision our fervor to see the new Royal Oak Offshore Diver Chronograph.
This new delivery is uncommonly cool. The watch includes the programmed type 3124/3841 fitted to the 42 mm tempered steel case that can plunge up to 300 meters. What is the 3124/3841 precisely? On the off chance that you Google it, you’ll see it was first utilized in 2009 in the Jules Audemars Chronograph and actually no place else since. To lay it out plainly, it’s AP’s incredible self-twisting 3120 with a two register, date-less module from Dubois Depraz. Once more, since Vacheron has shown its own self-winding chronograph, AP is actually discernibly behind its friends – Patek has had one for quite a long time now. Presently this development is a sufficient one, and a great many people who will purchase this watch will mind minimal that it is of secluded development, yet you all should know precisely what you’re getting.
The dial is in the conventional AP “Méga Tapisserie” style and highlights the trademark twofold records at 12 o’clock, which was presented for the principal plunge watch and permitted the dial to be more noticeable submerged. The inner turning bezel is shading hindered with the plunging scale and zone (from 60 to 15 minutes) again for better perceivability. The watch additionally includes auxiliary seconds and 30-minute register.
The Royal Oak Offshore Diver Chronograph will be accessible in four tones: splendid blue, orange, yellow, and lime green. All fitted with comparing elastic lashes (to be resolved whether they will fit over your wet suit). Inquire for additional photos and valuing. For more data on Audemars Piguet, if it’s not too much trouble, look at their site here .