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Combining ancestral expertise with futuristic technology, this 42 mm titanium and black ceramic timepiece is a feat of openwork and highlights the Manufacture’s boundless creativity in complications.
Four new Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronographs are being released for the collection’s 30th anniversary, which saw its first model presented in 1993.
Audemars Piguet pays tribute to its legacy of high complications in this new creation that incorporates 40 different functions, including 23 complications.
More than 20 years after the release of the first Royal Oak Concept, the collection continues to offer a pioneering platform of R&D experimentation. The new Royal Oak Concept Split Second Chronograph GMT Large Date is no exception.
For the very first time, six new references of the Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Selfwinding and Selfwinding Chronograph have been created in stainless steel.
The beauty of natural turquoise comes alive in this 37mm yellow gold Royal Oak model for a new and glamourous combination of materials.
The introduction of a black ceramic case, matching bracelet and a black "Petite Tapisserie" dial offers the perfect balance between technical innovation and design.
The Supersonnerie saga continues with this two-tone pink gold model featuring a black ceramic case middle and a brand-new sapphire crystal dial for a contemporary new look.
The Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet Starwheel revisits the tradition of wandering hours with a new ultra-contemporary timepiece that combines black ceramic with 18-carat white gold.
This extra-thin 37 mm anniversary Royal Oak, powered by Calibre 2968, embodies the Manufacture's first ever selfwinding flying tourbillon offered in a 37 mm diameter.
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