Shortly after adding the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph to the famed Bucherer Blue collection, Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet has now crafted another limited edition chronograph, this time tapping its more traditional standard Royal Oak model but building it out of 18k white gold.
Retaining the size and design cues of its usual models, the white gold case measures in at a wrist-friendly 38mm in diameter and just 11mm thick. The iconic octagonal bezel sits elegantly above a light blue “Grande Tapisserie” dial which holds three subdials at 3, 6, ad 9 o’clock, while a date window is featured between the 4 and 5 o’clock positions. The white gold extends to the beveled applied indices as well as the hands — all lumed for greater visibility during dark conditions — along with the entire integrated bracelet, making the watch a truly luxurious piece. Powering the timepiece is the 37-jewel in-house caliber 2385, fully automatic with a power reserve of 40 hours.
Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak Chronograph 18k White Gold Limited Edition is now available, going for $59,000 USD. Head over to the watchmaker’s website to learn more.
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