Ironic (and sad), it was stolen for a week or two after I visited the Cheap Audemars Piguet Replica Watches Museum in Le Brassus! Yes, the robbery was flat. The thief slammed the ladder to the sides of the building, broke into a window, and ran across the border into France with some watches. I am not sure what they can use to escape. The museum’s design makes each exhibit a highly secure ” vaulted” room. This means that if you break into a room, chances are that you will not enter another room. I want to know what they can get. Some of these projects may be depicted here. Audemars Piguet and the European police are obviously behind the thieves, but such work requires a highly sophisticated client who wants their own belongings. Unlike you can sell a stolen watch on the open market. Everyone knows that they are not legally sold.
Although I really hope that the stolen works will be restored, some people may not, and the images I took may be all that the public must consider when they are interested in the brand’s rich history. Audemars Piguet Replica Watches is a true historical brand and the museum is located in La Vallee du Joux, where everything starts. There are too many watches to be discussed separately. Many of them will be found in the gallery below.
In addition to the beautiful historical pocket watches, the museum also has many royal oaks and highly sophisticated Fake Audemars Piguet Watches timepieces. For me, there are some highlights of the first Royal Oak (designed by famous watchmaker and designer Gerald Genta), as shown above. Below it you will see the early diving style of the Royal Oak (looks like it was before the sea). The museum is actually a fortress for Royal Oak lovers – they have a lot. It’s amazing to see all the iterations of the Royal Oak. From handsome, simple three-handed prototypes to models with complex movements.
Audemars Piguet Replica loves the Art Deco era. Many of the pockets and watches they exhibited were from that era. Some of them are very gorgeous. The last picture you will see before the gallery is a special satellite-based watch, exactly the same style that URWERK now uses. Neither Audemars Piguet nor URWERK invented the system, but as you can see, although URWERK makes it feel ultra-modern, it is a way of telling that time has been around for a while. Finally, don’t miss the Audemars Piguet watch (picture in the gallery) produced and produced by Philippe Dufour. I also want to apologize for not the best image. Lighting is not the “main” of photography there.
If you are in Le Brassus and would like to visit the Audemars Piguet Museum, I recommend it. I hope they can “restore” the entire series at the right time.