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  1. Royal Oak Offshore
  • Royal Oak Offshore TOURBILLON CHRONOGRAPH, Watch Reference 26387IO.OO.D002CA.01


    This limited edition watch is a collector’s piece. But not for the sort of collector who keeps his watches behind glass. This watch has been designed for challenges and fresh horizons. It is destined for the wrist of a man who accepts no limits but those he sets for himself.

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      • Case Width 44.00 mm
      • Case Thickness 14.90 mm
      • Water Resistance 100 m


      Titanium case, glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, bezel, black ceramic screw-locked crown and pushpieces
      Silver-toned dial, openworked at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock, blackened gold counter, Arabic numerals and blackened gold Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating, silver-toned inner bezel
      Black rubber strap with titanium AP folding clasp
      Tourbillon, chronograph, hours, minutes
      Total diameter
      15¼ mm
      Type of balance
      With Variable inertia screws
      Frequency of balance wheel
      3,00 (=21'600 alternances/hour) Hz
      Type of balance-spring stud-holder
      Mobile stud
      Balance-spring type
      Number of jewels
      Power reserve
      237 h
      Number of parts


      • Integrated Chronograph movement
      • Column wheel Chronograph mechanism
      • 30-minute counter
      • Shockproof system to ensure the chrono-timing precision
      • Locking gear Stopwork
      • Twin barrels in parallel
      • Anodised Aluminum bridges
      • Manual finishing on both bridges and mainplate
      • Manual finishing of the cut out parts (polished bevels, grained finishing on top and Matt "brouillé" finishing underneath)

    Audemars Piguet History

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

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