Luckily, it is not all teary-eyed past-reviving that’s occurring at this anniversary — kudos to AP for it. Therefore, together with the re-edition Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph, we see the Introduction of the brand new Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph, namely Ref. 26421ST and 26421OR, that have a completely new layout in two case materials.Based on two earlier Audemars Piguet Replica Watches Swiss Movement Replica Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph watches, specifically the Ref. 26388PO (see our hands on with it here) and 26288OR, those fresh Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph watches come in stainless steel and 18k rose gold and feature a brand new case design which has a thinner bezel and hence a more spacious dial. Even so, the distinctive Royal Oak Offshore design traits are intact. The 45mm case is still angular, the bezel remains octagonal, and there is no lost those exposed hexagonal screws around the bezel. Water resistance is also 100m. On the dial, an individual can see the exposed motion and the tourbillon in 9 o’clock. Opposite the tourbillon in 3 o’clock is the 30-minute counter to get the chronograph. Also clearly visible are the two mainspring barrels. 26388PO & 26288OR. Royal Oak Offshore fanatics are definitely eager to understand the costs, and we’ll update the article once we can confirm.
Last year Audemars Piguet Rose Gold Watch Replica unveiled a slew of Royal Oak watches in yellow gold, with a notable omission, the Royal Oak Extra-Thin “Jumbo”. As the Royal Oak marks the 40th anniversary of the first yellow gold model of 1977, that has now been rectified with a pair that will make their debut at SIHH 2017.
The new Royal Oak Extra-Thin watches in 18k yellow gold join the 50-piece limited edition made for Singapore retailer The Hour Glass last year, with both the case and bracelet in yellow gold.
The Royal Oak “Jumbo” for The Hour Glass with a dark green dial
While the version for The Hour Glass had a green dial, the two new additions to the collection are in dark blue and yellow gold respectively. Both dials are finished in the traditional style of the Royal Oak, decorated with Petite Tapisserie guilloche and featuring yellow gold applied markers and hands.
The case diameter is 39mm, the exact same diameter as the 1977 original “Jumbo”, though the sapphire display back means the modern iteration is slightly thicker than the solid back original.
But the movement inside remains the 2121, the slim, self-winding calibre originally developed by Jaeger-LeCoultre but now made by Audemars Piguet.
Price and availability
The Royal Oak Extra-Thin in yellow gold with a blue dial is the ref. 15202BA.OO.1240BA.01, while the same with a matching yellow gold dial is the ref. 15202BA.OO.1240BA.02. Both are priced at US$55,400.