Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore

The company's success story began in 1875. After completing his training as a reproducer, Jules-Louis Audemars began developing his own watches. In December 1881, he founded Audemars Piguet with his friend and reproducer Edward-Auguste Piguet. Initially specializing in the production of pocket watches, they soon expanded their repertoire to include wristwatches. In 1891, they introduced the first wristwatch with minute repeater. As they were able to quickly increase their popularity, it was not long before the first branches were opened outside of Switzerland. Today, Audemars Piguet designs and manufactures coveted luxury watches that are highly respected in connoisseur circles.

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From the Royal Oak to the Royal Oak Offshore

One of the company's successful models is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore. When the Royal Oak was introduced in 1972, critics could not have imagined the success this model could one day have. But Audemars Piguet proved them wrong. With the Royal Oak steel watch, they wrote an extraordinary success story. Some twenty years later, the reinterpretation Royal Oak Offshore was launched. This brand was also underestimated in the beginning. Today, the Royal Oak and the Royal Offshore are inseparable from the traditional company. Over the years, Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak Offshore collection has been varied and different from its predecessors. However, the trademark is the large case with the eight rounded corners. The newer models show themselves with strong color contrasts. The rose gold version in particular stands out. One thing has remained, however: the striking dial of the Royal Oak Offshore. The dials of the new Royal Oak Offshore version are also adorned with the unmistakable waffle pattern. Luminova luminous paint is used to ensure optimal reading of the time and date. In addition to the distinctive case of the watch, the bezel has also remained unchanged. As before, it features eight hexagonal screws made of polished stainless steel. After all, despite all the innovations, it is the traditional values that remain intact in the house of Audemars Piguet. In addition to the popular men's collections, the company also produces luxury watches for women. One of the most sought-after models is the Royal Oak Quartz.

Royal Oak Offshore Diver – the success story continues

The Royal Oak Offshore Diver from Audemars Piguet has been on the market for more than 20 years. With the Forged Carbon, the company has now launched a new model that gives the edgy diver's watch yet another boost. At first glance, the massive 42-millimeter diameter case is reminiscent of black marble. Many other parts of the model also show up in bold black, giving the Royal Oak Offshore Diver an effect all its own. The dial and bracelet are also in black. Good readability is ensured by the hands and indices, which are in white and yellow. Thanks to the luminescent coating, the indicators glow in the dark and underwater, so that readability is also ensured at all times. With the Calibre 3120 automatic caliber, a power reserve of 60 hours and water resistance to 300 meters, the Royal Oak Offshore Diver Forged Carbon from Audemars Piguet is a reliable companion in all situations.