Limited to just 100 pieces, the latest self-winding wrist piece combines the flying tourbillon with flyback chronograph in a brand new 43mm case diameter. Though the design is paving the way for a new generation of redesigned Royal Oak Offshores, the watch still maintains many traditional aspects of the original watch. The case itself promises optimum ergonomics, while the aesthetic keeps its muscular architect.
The limited-edition Royal Oak Offshore takes styling cues from the Manufacture’s self-winding movement with a flying tourbillon and flyback chronograph. The flyback function allows the chronograph to restart without needing to be reset or stopped, while the flying tourbillon’s rotation at 6 o’clock compensates for the gravity effect.
With a new diameter, the watch presents a more sporty aesthetic. The newly engineered titanium bridges feature black PVD coating that incorporates titanium inserts for a two-tone contrast. The bridges are finished with satin brushing and the inserts are sandblasted for a more polished visual aesthetic.
Perhaps what makes it extra unique is the flying tourbillon cage that showcases the rhodium-toned balance wheel in movement within. With a sapphire caseback, the collection’s oscillating weight in 22-carat gold. The watch also comes with a new interchangeable strap that allows for easy transition between efficiency and sophistication.
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