You won't find a finer watch than Audemars Piguet Code 11.59. Nor will you find a better quality.
The different versions of Audemars Piguet Code 11.59 leave nothing to be desired. Whether you are looking for a simple design with a maximum of one additional date indicator or whether you want to keep an eye on the movement at all times. Insights into the interior of the watch can be gained either through a completely glass dial (Tourbillon Squelette version) or alternatively through a small, round cut-out (Flying Tourbillon Automatic version). If you like it special, you should pay full attention to the perpetual calendar model. Its dial is emulating a sparkling starry sky through the use of aventurine and 18-carat rosé gold. The stars have never been so close to you.
Steep climb up to Hollywood
In 1881, the friends of Louis Audemars and Edward-Auguste Piguet founded their watch manufactory in Le Brassus (Switzerland). Only eight years later, in 1889, the new entrepreneurs won a medal at the World Exhibition in Paris for their watch creation "Grande Complication". After the death of the founders in 1918 and 1919, the heirs took over the business and continued its success. The Audemars Piguet brand's reputation continued to grow and even exceeded the borders of Europe. Even celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger are enthusiastic about the quality and design of the watch manufacturer. In the film Terminator 3, the actor even wore a watch from the Swiss company that had designed it especially for the film.