Audemars Piguet has dropped a new trio of iced-out watches for the summer. The latest lineup to come out of the luxury watch brand includes full diamond-set versions of the Swiss watchmaker’s Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin.
The elevated watches are set to make their debut this June 2021 and will be available in two 18-carat white gold renditions that come in a light blue dial and one with a black dial. The third version is an 18-carat pink gold reiteration that features a light blue dial. The timepieces with the light blue dial also present a color-coordinated luminescent coating and the classic Royal oak hands.
The trio of new AP Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thins includes 1,102 brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 7.09 carats, all set in the bezel, bracelet and 39 mm case. Those with a keen eye will see a “Petite Tapisserie” pattern that highlights the details of the dial where baguette-cut diamond hour markers are found. Just below the center of the dial is the watchmaker’s signature AP logo and positioned under the noon marking is also Audemars Piguet’s iconic branding.
With the watch’s glare-proof sapphire caseback, the timepiece’s Manufacture Callibre 2121 movement is clearly visible, emphasizing the bidirectional 22-carat gold oscillating weight that sets the watch in motion once worn.
Audemars Piguet’s latest diamond-set Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin watches are dropping in June 2021 at AP boutiques for CHF 139,000 (approximately $147,220 USD).
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