Originally released last December, the watch was a Japan-exclusive with 100 units going to the Yoshida while the remaining 50 were distributed to select retailers in the nation. Keeping it rather quiet, Audemars Piguet announced over a newsletter that an additional 150 units will be available to the rest of the world.
The watch features a perpetual calendar function powered by the calibre 5134, a full titanium case and bracelet, an astronomical moon phase, week indicator, and a salmon Grande Tapisserie dial. While “LIMITED EDITION OF 300 PIECES” is engraved at the back, each piece is not numbered.
Priced at $85,100 USD, the limited-edition Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar in titanium and salmon is available now.
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