1. Royal Oak
  • Royal Oak TOURBILLON CONCEPT GMT , Watch Reference 26580IO.OO.D010CA.01
  • Royal Oak Tourbillon Concept GMT, Watch Reference 26560IO.OO.D002CA.01
  • Royal Oak Extra-Thin Tourbillon, Watch Reference 26510ST.OO.1220ST.01
  • Royal Oak Extra-Thin Tourbillon, Watch Reference 26510OR.OO.1220OR.01
  • Royal Oak Openworked Extra-Thin Tourbillon, Watch Reference 26511PT.OO.1220PT.01
Variations: Model 26510
  • Royal Oak Extra-Thin Tourbillon, Watch Reference 26510ST.OO.1220ST.01

    Extra-Thin Tourbillon

    Hand-wound watch. Stainless steel case, blue dial, stainless steel bracelet.

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      Details

      • Case Width 41.00 mm
      • Case Thickness 8.85 mm
      • Water Resistance 50 m

      Specifications

      Case
      Stainless steel case, glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, black rubber-clad bezel, screw-locked crown
      Dial
      Blue dial with “Petite Tapisserie” pattern, white gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating
      Bracelet
      Stainless steel bracelet with AP folding clasp
      Reference
      26510ST.OO.1220ST.01
      Functions
      Hours/Minutes
      Base movement thickness
      4.46
      Total diameter
      31.5 mm
      Total diameter
      14 lines
      Type of balance
      With Variable inertia screws
      Frequency of balance wheel
      3,00 (=21'600 alternances/hour) Hz
      Balance-spring type
      Breguet (Philipps)
      Number of jewels
      25
      Power reserve
      70 h
      Number of parts
      216

      specificities

      • Movement with plat tourbillon
      • Power reserve on back side
      • Differential power reserve
      • TOURBILLON

    Audemars Piguet History

    The Royal Oak is named after British Royal Navy battleships, themselves christened for the tree where King Charles II hid from his enemies.

    Original Royal Oak 1972, Ref. 5402
    Original Royal Oak 1972, Ref. 5402