Audemars Piguet’s Royal Blue

A stunning update for the iconic Royal Oak Chronograph.

By Terry Christodoulou 02/09/2020

Powdery blues are again de rigueur, with Audemars Piguet joining the likes of Hublot (Big Bang Unico) and Jacob & Co. (Epic X chrono) with a bold new limited-edition outing for its iconic Royal Oak Chronograph.

The new 18ct white gold timepiece boasts a light blue ‘Grand Tapisserie’ patterned dial, the standout summery hue popping against the white gold bracelet while neatly contrasting the dark blue rings of the outer and sub dials.

The white gold applied hour-markers and hands feature luminescent coating, while the sapphire case is glareproof.

Inside the 38mm case sits AP’s selfwinding calibre 2385, which boasts an 18ct gold oscillating weight and 40 hours power reserve.

Limited to just 100 pieces, this won’t be around for long. Tick tock.

Approx. $80,300;


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