Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Replica

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Sea Diver Ceramic Watch Review

I have been wearing Cheap Audemars Piguet Replica Watches black ceramics, Royal Oak Offshore Diver for nearly a week. I am fortunate to be the first person in the United States to wear the latest version of the iconic Royal Oak design. This is the latest addition to the Royal Oak Offshore Diver, which is the first to use steel, then forged carbon, and now all-ceramic. The watch itself is really impressive, but for me it is part of the brand’s larger journey.

My relationship with the Audemars Piguet Replica Watches and Royal Oaks families dates back nearly three to six years. In 1977, my mother was buying a watch. She specializes in a gold earl with a malachite dial or a golden Rolex Lady Datejust. I have always been a watch enthusiast and I have only recently known the Royal Oak. Designed by Gerald Genta in 1972, Royal Oak is the first sports watch to transcend this type and span the luxury category. What was shocking at the time was that the price of Audemars Piguet stainless steel sports watches was the same as that of other brands.

My mother likes to push the boundaries; she realizes that the AP Royal Oak is special. After all, she drives a Jaguar XJ 12C, a unique limited-production coupe designed in a classic four-door sedan. With a 5.3-liter V12, the total production in the United States in the available two years is 992. Our readers understand the history of the Royal Oak and will smile at the next fact. When Royal Oak was first introduced in 1972, Fake Audemars Piguet Watches planned to produce only 1,000 pieces as a limited edition (obviously it never did). The parallel between the car and the watch is interesting, and each number is almost the same. Regrettably, Jaguar’s “super sports car” is very fast and super-luxury, achieving its demise. The Royal Oak is definitely not there!

Back to her mother, after seeing the Best Audemars Piguet Replica Watches, she had no doubt about her decision and bought stainless steel and gold Royal Oak Automatic from the iconic Leon in Cellini. Her watch, like Men’s Jumbo, is bigger and the shape is a bit unusual. The first time she saw the watch, her sister was surprised and commented that she wanted her to go home with a better watch. When my mother asked the Royal Oak what was wrong, she replied: “I don’t understand why the screws are showing.” We couldn’t help but laugh! Until today, everyone repeats the story and laughs. There is no doubt that the Royal Oak has become a luxury from the inside out!

Seeing her watch every day, I know that I must also have a royal oak. When I got my own “Jumbo”, I knew that my wrist was entwined with the perfect combination of sport and luxury! It is so beautiful and elegant. This watch is destined to become the brand’s iconic representative. Wearing a royal oak allowed me to “fly under the radar.” While everyone thought the watch was beautiful, only a few people really understood the importance of its design and the company behind it.

Fast forward to 2013. Black watches are more popular than ever, and ceramics are the hottest material. The market is full of black watches made of plastic, metal or manipulated steel. Audemars Piguet Replica has been experimenting with various materials for many years and likes ceramics for many applications like many other materials – although all-ceramic Royal Oak watches are still not common. Based on classic design and black ceramics, the latest Royal Oak is once again stylish and unique, and in my opinion is still “under the radar” color and design harmony.

Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak is mostly 39 mm wide. The Royal Oak Offshore in the 1990s has a larger chronograph version up to 44 mm. Recently, Audemars Piguet released an updated version of the iconic Royal Oak in the 41 mm wide case (hands here). In 2010, when Audemars Piguet released the Royal Oak Offshore Diver, it not only provided an interesting middle ground between the original Royal Oak and the ocean, but also had a median size of 42 mm.

Audemars Piguet must be given a good reputation. Since the launch of the first Royal Oak, they have created many styles and finishes based on the original frame, expanding their market reach while maintaining their original vision – a luxury sports watch for a very discerning client . The basic Royal Oak has been expanded to include tourbillons, chronographs, perpetual calendars, large complications and more! If that’s your thing, you can even get a royal oak completely covered in diamonds. Whether it suits your preferences or not, AP is always willing to try new, bold, and bold. Speaking of extremes, I like the 48mm wide Royal Oak Sea Arnold Schwarzenegger legacy, but unfortunately, Ariel has reviewed it, so I can’t.

The straps and case are soft and black, creating a cohesive design that reminds me of why I fell in love with the Royal Oak thirty-six years ago. In addition to the new steel reference. 15400, trying to be as close as possible to the original “Jumbo”, this watch is the purest, most monochrome watch, in my opinion (although there is that orange). At first glance, you only need to see a black case, eight screws, and two strap holders on the top and bottom of the case for attaching the strap. The flanged ring features striking white numerals, beautiful orange lines from 12:00 to 3 pm, and a beautiful orange and white minute hand. After careful inspection, all other gorgeous details are displayed, such as the Mega Tapisserie dial, titanium back and buckle, white gold application mark, bright white luminescent coating, rotating inner ring bezel and all other subtle design elements. Please note that if you prefer yellow trim instead of orange, then the Royal Oak Offshore Diver in the forged carbon (hands-on practice) is worth a look.

Flip the watch, this is the first time a diver at sea, you have a window that shows you spectacular sports. Tied up is a very good way! This 22k rose gold rotor is beautifully carved. The contrast between “hard” and “soft” has such a visual impact. The movement is a 3120 movement made inside the AP. With 40 gems and 280 parts, it has 60 hours of power reserve. It runs at 3 Hz (= 21’600 alternates/hour), which is probably my only complaint because 4Hz is a more modern frequency. Water resistant to 300 meters, because this is a real diving watch. Black ceramic Royal Oak offshore divers will be available in the US later this month or early November 2013. This work is limited to “boutiques” and retails for $23,600.