Audemars Piguet is one of the first watch factories to set up color plates and color labels in the watch industry. From the previous ‘Bumblebee’, ‘Volcano’ to ‘Golden Avenue’, they are all in the watch altar. Popular models, long lasting. This year, Audemars Piguet has once again made a change to the Royal Oak, further developing the previous color plates and color labels. A new color scheme is introduced on the Royal Oak offshore dive watch.
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver was first introduced in 2010, when a series of models were introduced, including ceramic and forged carbon models. Last year, Audemars Piguet introduced the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph. I still remember last year’s offshore timings because of the launch of 5 color models, known as ‘Offshore Chronograph 5 Tigers’. With great success. This year, Audemars Piguet will obviously bring the success of the ‘5 Tiger Generals’ to the hot-selling offshore standard diving watches all year round, and concentrate the color wheel, color label and ribbon on this year’s new offshore diving watches.
The new offshore dive watch is basically the same as the previous model. It also uses a 42mm case, and this time it is a stainless steel model. Still use the built-in rotating bezel with lock (located at 10 o’clock in the case). Continue to use Audemars Piguet Royal Oak’s signature ‘Waffle Plaid’ dial. The new changes of the new Royal Oak offshore diving watch are the introduction of 5 new color combinations, including yellow and blue combinations (with two combinations), green and blue combinations, orange and blue combinations, white and blue Color combination. All new models use colored tape, which echoes the main colors of the panel.
As far as we know, the new Royal Oak offshore dive watch sells for $ 19,900, and the white version costs $ 19,000.
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