Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Titanium Grande Complication
Audemars Piguet, the well-known watchmaker, decided to walk in his chosen path, and the journey ended up with the creation of the Royal Oak Offshore Titanium Grande Complication. This watch is noteworthy for the complications incorporated in to it, the aesthetic design as well as its overall perfection.
The watch is definitely going to turn heads due to the revolutionary design incorporated in to it by the technicians who work with the watch maker. Audemars Piguet has got his inspiration from the legendary watchmaker Gerald Genta. He incorporated his two decades long experience and craftsmanship in to the open worked complication. This is simply the best creation from the watchmaker’s stable ever. Where is the watchmaker going to launch this amazing creation? You will get to see the launch at the soon to be conducted SIHH (Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie) 2013. Audemars Piguet will be really proud to introduce the three limited edition Royal Oak Offshore Titanium Grande Complication watches in the line.
When is the next SIHH going to be conducted? The world renowned watch show is going to run from 21st to 25th of January 2013. Here, the stylish Royal Oak watch will be visited by 12,000 or more watch lovers from all parts of the globe. Again, there would be roughly 1,200 journalists around to write about the watch and its aesthetics. Obviously, there would be a large number of watches from various other watchmakers who participate at the show to bowl you over as well.
The Royal Oak model has a 44 mm diameter case made of titanium. Some of the other noteworthy features include the black ceramic bezel, chrono pushers as well as the crown. The open worked dial is created with a lot of thought going in to the process. The watch is powered by the in house created Caliber 2885 watch movement. The watch is self-winding in nature. It has a minute repeater feature that will chime the hours, minutes and quarters as requested. The watch with complications like perpetual calendar and a split second chronograph can run up 45 hours at any given stretch.
Are you thinking about purchasing the watch? If so, you must be willing to cough up a hundred thousand dollars or more to get one of the three pieces that are part of the limited edition watch line. As such, the watch is likely to end up in the hands of celebrities, royalty or politicians with the deepest pockets. Obviously, only a watch lover would spend such an atrociously high amount for such a unique watch.
Do you want to check out the watch in your own hands? If so, you have an opportunity coming up in the very near future. You can go to Geneva in the third week of this January and participate in the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie going on there. Here, you can check out the watch which will be on display for the visitors as well as the journalists to check it out.