Royal Oak Offshore Watches
The Royal Oak Offshore Audemars Piguet cannot hide its origins. Indeed, its porthole-shape clearly clarifies its relationship with the classic Royal Oak.
Audemars Piguet released the Offshore in 1993, perpetuating the lineage of the famous Royal Oak. Its most significant features are an imposing case, an integrated bracelet, and of course, an octagonal bezel fixed by eight hexagonal screws. Another feature of the Royal Oak Offshore, the pattern of its dial called "tapestry" which consists of a very complex engraving of squares whose purpose is to capture light.
Models and features
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Watches come in several versions: from the ladies' diamond watch to the Grande Complication model that is aptly named, to the diving watch - more than just a watch, it's a festival. Most standard models have a chronograph function to time intervals. The Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph presented in 2018 with its blue dial called "small tapestry" is an example.
This model is a tribute to the very first Offshore released in 1993. The pushers and the screw-down crown are coated with rubber and the 42 mm diameter case is made of steel, just like the bracelet. It is equipped with the automatic calibre 3126/3840 housing a chronograph module. This movement is based on the 3120 in-house calibres.
Five good reasons to buy a Royal Oak Offshore
• Very high-quality design and finishing. If you are in search of outstanding quality watches, then you must go in for the Royal Oak Offshore.
• Massive design in the shape of a porthole, high potential for added value
• Flagship models with chronograph, minute repeater and perpetual calendar functions
• Royal Oak Offshore Tourbillon Chronograph: up to 7 days of power reserve
• Waterproof diving watches at 300 m (30 bar)