The Royal Oak collection presents a variety of models all enriched with green dials. The new offerings include a 950 platinum Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-Thin, a limited-edition 18-carat yellow gold Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph, as well as three new Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon variants in pink gold or titanium, all enhanced with vivid green hues.
The slender 39mm “Jumbo” adorns a full 950 platinum case and bracelet as well as a smoked green dial enriched with a sunburst pattern. This is the first time that this configuration has been employed within the 15202 collection.
The sapphire caseback grants remarkable view of the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2121 fitted with a 22-carat gold oscillating weight.
The Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph is offered in a new vivid colourway, pairing an 18-carat yellow gold case with a green dial. The dial is enhanced with a “Grande Tapisserie” pattern complemented with three snailed counters.
The model is fitted with a solid caseback engraved with “Limited Edition” (125 pieces). Housed in a 41mm case, this version of the Royal Oak is powered by the selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 2385.
The Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon showcases the talents of the Manufacture’s craftspeople with three new variants and much hand-finishing in evidence. Each option is presented in a 41mm case and is endowed with a green sunburst Tapisserie dial emanating from the flying tourbillon cage.
Unlike a conventional tourbillon, a flying tourbillon eschews the upper bridge, affording views of the escapement, regulating organ and cage in motion.
The sapphire caseback reveals Audemars Piguet’s latest generation of selfwinding flying tourbillon movement, Calibre 2950, and its dedicated oscillating weight echoing the case’s colour.