Royal Oak Watches
Being one of the most prestigious timepiece manufacturers Audemars Piguet introduced their most famous product in 1972 - the Royal Oak watches - the first piece made of stainless steel.
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watches were designed by Gerald Gentia, and became the first luxury sports watches. This watch’s introduction was the turning point for Audemars Piguet’s fortunes. They quickly rose to become one of the finest watch manufacturers in the world.
There are a lot of amazing features in this luxury watch:
A luxury watch is defined by its class. And a stainless steel case that has an admirable look, and also provides great comfort to the wearer, is just the thing which makes the Royal Oak watches look in a different class.
There is an out-of-the-box Tapisserie design which gives it a unique look. This matchless look given to the Dial is a distinctive feature of this watch.
The most easily visible and recognizable feature of a Royal Oak watch is the Octagonal Bezel. There are also eight visible hexagonal screws which provide an iconic look to the watch in itself.
• Water Resistance
This watch is not only water-resistant in name, but it also has the certification for it. It has gone through the ISO 6425 divers test, a fact which only a few watch brands can boast about.
• Power Reserve
The watch has a power reserve indicator to show the remaining amount of energy still stored in it.
Top-notch glasses are used to make the display of Audemars Piguet luxury watches. Royal Oak watches, in particular, have Sapphire Glass displays.
Model versions of Royal Oak Watches:
• Royal Oak Quartz (33 MM)
• Royal Oak Frosted (37 MM)
• Royal Oak Selfwinding (37 MM)
• Royal Oak “Jumbo” (39 MM)
• Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar (41 MM)
• Royal Oak Tourbillon (41 MM)
• Royal Oak Chronograph (41 MM)
• Royal Oak Openworked (44 MM)
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak price for all these models ranges from $20,000 to $70,000 making them one of the most prestigious premium watch brand.