ETA 9265 Automatic Chronograph Watch

ETA 9265 Automatic Chronograph Watch



Featuring a brushed & polished octagon shaped fixed bezel, eight polished hex head screws and a brushed finished stainless steel case, the ETA 9265 Automatic chronograph is a true Swiss made luxury watch. Featuring a date window at the three o'clock position, a Grande Tapisserie design pattern, and polished white gold hands with a luminous fill, this timepiece will look fantastic on any wrist.

Rose gold-coloured dial

Having previously only appeared for the 20th anniversary of the Royal Oak Jumbo, salmon-coloured dials have made a welcome return on the model. Still, this combination is a relatively rare one. While it's not entirely new, the combination of a salmon-coloured dial and solid gold has a unique appeal.

The Royal Oak Jumbo 15202 comes in a solid yellow gold case. The case is 0.2mm thicker than the original model, and has a sapphire crystal caseback. It's also equipped with Caliber 2121, an ultra-thin automatic movement developed by Audemars Piguet. This calibre features a full rotor, a feature not commonly found in slim automatics.

The 15202 also features a "Petite Tapisserie" tonal champagne-coloured waffle dial. This dial has a slightly glossy finish, and combines yellow gold with green tones. This combination is reminiscent of British racing green, which is often used in sports watches. It's also unusual in color, as it isn't usually found on watches in the rose gold family.

The Royal Oak Jumbo 15202 is also available in a blue dial. The blue dial is less ostentatious, and more on-trend. The dial also features the AP logo at six o'clock, which is reminiscent of the original Royal Oak Jumbo from 1972. The calendar wheel is white, which matches the dial color. The bracelet is also made of solid gold.

While the Royal Oak 15202 isn't the first time the brand has produced a gold-coloured watch, it's the first to make a full-fledged range of yellow gold models. The model is available in two different size options, and each features a self-winding movement. Originally available on a calfskin strap, the watch has been converted to a factory Audemars Piguet rose gold diamond paved bracelet.

The Royal Oak 15202 is available in a limited edition for Singapore retailer The Hour Glass. It's priced at $55,400 for an 18k rose gold version and $22,700 for a stainless steel version. The watch is also available in a 39mm size for men. The bracelet is made of solid gold, which is a durable material.

Open sapphire crystal caseback

Despite being an ultra-contemporary Royal Oak made in a 39-mm octagonal stainless steel case, it still boasts a number of signature design elements from its predecessors. For example, the new model is powered by the in-house integrated flyback chronograph selfwinding caliber 4401. In addition, the crown is engraved with the AP logo, a signature feature of the contemporary Royal Oak.

The AP watch also has a small but significant contribution to the horology world: a screwed sapphire caseback, which protects the watch's dial. It also has a nice sandblasted titanium bracelet, with polished chamfers.

The new model's other big gun is a new automatic calibre, which is a slightly thicker version of the company's famous calibre 2121. It's also one of the company's slimmest automatic movements, with a central rotor. It has a 40-hour power reserve and features delicate finishing. This is the same movement that powers the brand's "Jumbo" series. The calibre is the only one of its kind in the "Jumbo" line.

The "Jumbo" series has been a hit for many years. The company has made models in all sorts of materials and dial designs. For instance, the brand has produced a "Jumbo" in pink gold, stainless steel, and titanium. Interestingly, the "Jumbo" series has only had one selfwinding extra-thin model in the 39mm diameter during the first two decades of its life. In addition to the new caliber, the model's most notable features include the "Petite Tapisserie" pattern on its dial and the brand's signature "AP" in the most visible part of the case.

The AP watch isn't limited to the Swiss Alps, as it's available around the world. For example, the model is available in Europe, the United States, and Hong Kong, as well as through AP House VIP lounges and in select retailers. In addition, it's one of the few "Jumbo" models to sport a sapphire crystal caseback. The company has also produced a "Black Fifty-Eight" with an 18-carat gold case and domed green dial.

The AP watch is also available on a brown leather strap.

Rolex Or Audemars Piguet Reloj

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Whether you're looking for an extra-thin watch or an offshore-style timepiece, you can find a Rolex or Audemars Piguet to suit your taste.

Royal Oak

Founded in 1875, Audemars Piguet has been one of the premier watch brands for over a century. It has been a pioneer in inventing the mechanical wristwatch, and continues to innovate today. Its Royal Oak collection is a testament to its longevity and success, as well as the company's dedication to innovation.

The new Royal Oak has a number of new features, including a new rotor, a new caseback, and a new movement. The new Calibre 5900 will make its debut in the new Royal Oak. The movement is designed with 247 components, and has a 40-hour power reserve. In addition, the new caliber features polished bevels that are larger and more prominent, allowing for a more elegant watch.

The new Royal Oak's other new features include a new "big" dial. The new dial measures a massive 62 mm across, and features a polished bevel on the outer ring, as well as a luminous dot. In addition, the new dial features a unique rector, which is a clever little device that rotates the watch's dial.

Another new feature is the Royal Oak's new wordmark. This new wordmark is similar to that of the company's other brand, Audemars Piguet, and features letras, or letters, that are used in the logo.

The new Royal Oak is also one of the first watches in history to feature a PVD black case. This watch is also the first to feature a 'black' dial, as well as a 'grain obscuro' dial.

Audemars Piguet has a few other interesting new models coming out this season. These include a new automatic caliber, a new self-winding model, and a new 38- and 41-mm chronograph. In addition, the company will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Royal Oak collection. The company will introduce three new models in celebration of the occasion, as well as debut a new caliber.

The company is also launching a new line of luxury watches for women. These women's Royal Oak models feature a classic design, with diamonds and alligator leather straps. The new watches are available in a variety of materials, including white gold, yellow gold, and black gold. The watches are priced from around $3,500 to over $79,000.


Whether you are looking for a new watch or want to upgrade your current watch, there is no better choice than the Audemars Piguet Extra-Thin Reloj. This watch is known for its unique look, which is inspired by the iconic Royal Oak Jumbo. It has been crafted to perfection, and you can expect the quality to be up to Audemars Piguet's high standards.

Its unique design and texture is sure to attract attention. Its dial features a guilloche tapisserie design. The acabados are more exposed, and the structure has been opened up to allow more light to pass through. The logo of the watch is stamped on the dial.

The Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin comes in a variety of colors, including black, white, azure, platinum, gold, and acero and platino. The azul version is the most sought after watch in the world. The Platinum version has a slightly different tone. The azul model comes in a limited edition. The logo will only be found on watches produced this year.

Audemars Piguet has always been on the cutting edge of innovation, and the Royal Oak Extra-Thin is no exception. The movement is powered by Calibre 2121, which is the thinnest automatic movement in the world. This movement was first introduced on the Royal Oak in 1972. It is also a derivative of Calibre 7121. The movement features a vertical clutch and a 40-hour power reserve.

It is made from a highly durable, non-crystalline, and transparent material. This material allows a unique play of light. In addition, it is highly resistant to wear.

The Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin also has the same dimensions as its predecessor. Its diameter is 39 mm, and its thickness is 8 mm. It is available in a variety of materials, including 18-karat rose gold and acero and platino.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin is the brand's most popular watch. It has the same dimensions as the previous generation, but it has been upgraded with a new calibre. The movement is available in a variety of colors, including azure, gold, platinum, and acero and platino.

In addition to the Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin, Audemars Piguet also has a Chronograph, which is available in a variety of colors. The Chronograph comes with luminescent hands, a distinctive octagonal screw-down crown, and 50-meter water resistance.


Having been around for over 1875, Audemars Piguet has a lot of expertise when it comes to making luxury watches. A lot of their models have been characterised by a focus on industrial design and the art of watchmaking. They've also come up with some innovative technology, like the first repeating minute movement for wristwatches.

The most important watch from Audemars Piguet is its flagship Royal Oak Offshore. This collection defies the conventional conventions of luxury watchmaking and has evolved in parallel to its predecessor, the Royal Oak. The new Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm watch is not only attractive, but it also fits the body shape of the wearer perfectly.

The Royal Oak Offshore has also been subject to many innovations, including the Extra-Grande Tapisserie and Mega Tapisserie. Originally introduced in 1993, these new features have become standard across the entire collection.

The Royal Oak Offshore 43 mm cronografo watch has a number of features, including the largest acabado in the collection and the most advanced esfera. The 43 mm watch is available in blue, marron clarito, gray, and negro. The cronografo is a patented mechanism that offers superior agujas and a vertical embrague that prevents salto of the agujas.

The Royal Oak Offshore has also introduced a number of new models over the years, including the Diver, the Safari, and the SoloTempo. Each of these models has its own unique features. The Offshore has also branched out into the realm of divers with the addition of an additional 10 hour corona. The SoloTempo is one of the first watches to feature a fecha in the name of the multiplication signs.

The Royal Oak Offshore has also evolved in the case size department. While the original 42 mm was overly large, it has since become one of the most popular models in the collection. The new 43 mm model has an improved contrast and acabado and offers the wearer a more comfortable feeling. It also carries a brown leather strap. The price for a new watch is approximately 350000 EUR. The Offshore can also be purchased pre-owned. The price of a used model starts at approximately 13000 EUR.

Jules Audemars

Founded in 1875, Audemars Piguet is a Swiss watch manufacturer that specializes in producing luxury timepieces. For the last 120 years, they have been at the forefront of watch innovation. Their most famous watch is the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, which was inspired by traditional diving helmets. It features a unique case design, exposed screw heads and an integrated bracelet. It was also the world's first watch made out of stainless steel.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak is a unique timepiece that has reclaimed the norms of watchmaking. It was created to be worn every day, and it was designed to be as functional as possible. This model was designed by Gerald Genta, who had previously designed the Patek Philippe Nautilus. It was also the first stainless steel watch that was sold in a retail boutique.

The Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Tourbillon Openworked watch is a timepiece that is made for the upper end of the market. It is water resistant to 20 meters. The watch features an automatic movement and a perfectly symmetrical case. It has a strap made from dark brown alligator leather, and the strap is thicker at the top where it connects to the lugs of the watch. The back of the strap features a soft calf leather layer. The watch comes with a classic skeleton key.

The Audemars Piguet Chronometer is the third watch from the brand to feature a new escapement. The Chronometer is a beautiful timepiece that features stunning timekeeping capabilities. It has no complications, but the timekeeping is stunning. It is powered by the calibre 2875 automatic movement and has a 54-hour power reserve. It is available in two versions, the self-winding version and the perpetual calendar model. The self-winding version is available in stainless steel, while the perpetual calendar version is available in 18-karat rose gold.

The Audemars Piguet store offers beautiful watches for men and women. They also offer a subscription service that allows customers to receive personalized offers and updates on their stock. If you sign up, you can cancel at any time. In addition to this, you can receive updates on the latest products available in the store.

A Review of the Royal Oak Watch

Whether you're a collector or a casual shopper, you can't go wrong with a Royal Oak watch. They are beautiful and timeless, and you can find them for as low as $200. They come in a variety of styles, including chronographs, off-shore models, and the 16202 collection.

Son of Royal Oak was destroyed by tourists in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

Located in South East Shropshire, Boscobel house has been converted into a functioning farm. With a plethora of historical buildings to be explored, it's an unsurprising choice for an afternoon of history buffing. Boscobel is also home to the world's oldest surviving horse racetrack and a museum dedicated to the illustrious William Hall. In recent times, Boscobel has been the subject of a plethora of media coverage, with the locals being a bit sceptical to say the least. With a population of nearly a hundred giddy ups, it's a good time to go and see what all the fuss is about. If you're into history, you should consider a visit, if only for the reason that your children will appreciate the history of your family's ancestors. The museum has plenty of enlightening exhibits to check out, from William Hall's illustrious history to his infamous mistress to the ghostly whites of the past. It's a well deserved respite from the hustle and bustle of modern day living. Taking a stroll around this historic enclave is a must on any tour of the region.

Offshore chronograph

During the first decade of its existence, the Offshore line introduced incremental changes. During this period, the watch gained weight and was re-engineered. It also added an outer flange on the dial for a tachymeter scale.

The first Offshore models were introduced in white gold, followed by yellow gold and rose gold. A titanium version was introduced in 2003. However, a stainless steel Offshore QP collection was not mentioned in the catalogue until 2000.

The first Offshore models were produced in a limited batch of 100 pieces. Originally, the watch was slated to launch at the 20th anniversary of the Royal Oak in 1992. However, complications delayed the watch's introduction. The leadership team at Audemars Piguet was pragmatic about the new watch's launch, so the company postponed the launch to Baselworld 1993.

The Offshore watch is one of the more literal examples of the "form follows function" design principle. It was designed to appeal to active lifestyles, and it was marketed through marketing campaigns. It also became the testing ground for new materials and limited editions. Ultimately, the Offshore became known for its iconic design.

The Royal Oak Offshore's original "Bumblebee" nickname came from the watch's black and yellow color scheme. The watch has a 42mm diameter and costs around 27,000 USD. It is a diver watch that offers a higher level of water resistance. It also features an integrated strap with a folding clasp.

Equation of Time

Designed by Jules Audemars, the Equation of Time is a complication that incorporates a perpetual calendar and the sunrise/sunset indicator. The complication is captivating, blending impeccable aesthetics with fascinating mechanics. It is the first watch to display sunrise and sunset times.

The Equation of Time display is engraved with the mean solar culmination time for the location where the owner wishes to have the watch. This means that the owner does not have to be a mathematician to calculate the time.

The Equation of Time is a complication combining traditional and modern watchmaking elements. The gear train is made of 41 top-quality jewels, and the gear train is mounted on a mirror-polished steel part. The Equation of Time gear train also features a variable inertia balance, which ensures peerless precision over a longer period of time.

The Equation of Time was introduced in the year 1972. It is produced in the Audemars Piguet workshops in Le Brassus. It is paired with an oscillating weight, which can be custom-made to the owner's specifications. The Equation of Time is available in a variety of case styles. Some models feature a round case, while others feature an octagonal case.

Tapisserie dial

Almost 30 years have passed since the Petite Tapisserie motif was introduced to the Royal Oak collection. Its presence remains unchanged. The pattern has been featured on several models including the 44mm Royal Oak Grande Complication and the 20mm mini-Royal Oak. It has also been featured on perpetual calendars and the first quartz watches.

The first dials produced by Stern were made in a two-tone version. They were engraved in white gold and yellow gold. Stern used a special engraving machine that could cut a groove into the brass dial substrate.

The machine could reproduce all types of decorations on pocket watch surfaces. It forced artisans to reinvent themselves. The process took 20 to 50 minutes depending on the diameter of the dial. The fine ridges on the dial could change the tone depending on the angle.

In 1993, the Industrial Director at Audemars Piguet was wearing working overalls. He spent a lot of time tinkering with ancient machines. He had blackened hands from the oily smell.

He also used guilloche making machines imported from Canada and the United States. These machines had been used by other watch makers. However, Audemars Piguet bought them back.

In 2011, Marc Ferland became the head of the guilloche workshop at Audemars Piguet. In 2011, he produced about 9,000 Tapisserie dials. This led to the creation of a new Tapisserie pattern. It would be much more elaborate and would be more legible.

Jumbo case

Designed to celebrate the brand's 50th anniversary, Audemars Piguet has introduced the 39 mm Royal Oak "Jumbo" Extra-Thin watch. With a sleek and refined design, the new model features Manufacture's latest selfwinding extra-thin movement. Among other refined details, this watch features a sapphire caseback, a glareproof sapphire crystal and a water-resistance rating of 50 metres.

The 39 mm case houses a selfwinding extra-thin movement, the calibre 7121. It is the successor to the historic caliber 2121, which has served the brand's bracelets for 50 years. The new calibre is more robust and has larger dimensions. It is also fitted with a balance wheel with embedded inertia blocks, which allows for less friction.

The new movement also features bevelling and circular graining. It features a quick-set date function and has a power reserve of 55 hours. It also has a unique, extra-thin low energy date-setting mechanism.

The dial also retains the polished gold AP monogram at 6 o'clock. It features a "SWISS MADE" indication, which is placed on either side of the hour-marker. The dial also features the brand's signature hand-polished finish.

The case is 8.1 mm thick and measures 39 mm in diameter. It has a 55-hour power reserve and shockproofing inertia blocks.


Known for its classic design and iconic timepieces, Audemars Piguet has unveiled a new Tourbillon on Royal Oak watch. While this model shares similarities with its predecessors, there are some significant differences. The new model is priced at US$142,000 for the titanium version and US$123,000 for the steel version.

Besides the new tourbillon, Audemars Piguet has also unveiled a new collection of design elements. These include an updated reference with bathtub-shaped hour-markers and luminescent hands. These new references are inspired by the original model from 1972.

The new Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT is made of titanium and ceramic. It's 44 mm x 16.1 mm in size, and comes with a digital GMT display. It's also fitted with a new crown selector, which allows the wearer to choose between winding and time-setting mode.

Another new watch is the Royal Oak Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon Extra-Thin. It's the first time a flying tourbillon has been fitted into a smaller size. It features a central oscillating weight mounted on ball bearings. It's also equipped with a unique bidirectional winding system. It's available in both steel and pink gold. The 41 mm version is priced at CHF 164,000, while the 37 mm version is priced at CHF 133,000.

16202 collection

During the 40th Anniversary of the Royal Oak, Audemars Piguet introduced a new generation of Jumbo watches. Known as the 16202, this new model maintains the proportions and design of the original "Jumbo" model, but is substantially improved. It still retains key features that make it a highly desirable timepiece.

The new Royal Oak 16202 collection includes four models, each with a classic blue tappisserie dial, or a smoked petite tapisserie dial, in either yellow gold or platinum. The new models feature bi-directional winding, highly decorated parts, and a new movement called Calibre 7121. The new movement features an improved power reserve of 55 hours and a new oscillating weight.

The new Royal Oak 16202 has a 39mm wide "Jumbo" case that measures 8.1mm thick. The case features polished accents along the case bevels, as well as on the outer perimeter of the bezel. The case is water-resistant to 50 meters. The new model features a quick-set date function and a power reserve of 55 hours.

The new Royal Oak 16202 also features an in-house movement. Calibre 7121 replaces Calibre 2121, and offers an increased frequency, a larger barrel, and a longer power reserve. The new movement also features a quick-set date system and ball bearings.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore

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Among the many different watches available on the market, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore is one that is popular with collectors of watches. While this particular watch does have a few unique qualities, it is also one that is very affordable. It is available in a number of different editions, and features a range of different functions, including a date display.


Among the many iconic watches from Audemars Piguet, the Royal Oak offshore is one of the most popular. This sports watch, which was introduced in 1972, was a landmark piece and laid the groundwork for other watches like the Patek Philippe Nautilus. As one of the most famous watches in history, it was also a controversial timepiece when it was first introduced.

It was introduced as a D-series, and came with a complicated calibre. It also had a tapeisserie textured dial. This was a change from the original design of the Royal Oak. The new watch was a lot bigger than the Royal Oak Jumbo, with a case measuring 42mm across. It was a huge watch, and it was nicknamed "The Beast" because of its size.

The first 100 Offshore watches came with the word "Royal Oak" engraved on the case back. Eventually, Audemars Piguet changed the design of the Ref. 25721ST, with the number "039." These watches had a different clasp than the earlier models. It has a sapphire crystal case back, which allows owners to admire the movement.

The first two years of Offshore's production were marked by small batches of 100-200 pieces. Audemars Piguet used the model to test new materials and limited editions. The "End of Days" limited edition came out in 1999, and was popular.

By the end of 2000, the Offshore was in demand. Its popularity sparked the creation of the Code 11:59 line. This line of watches was designed to reduce dependence on the Oak.

The "Royal Oak" was also updated with a new Caliber 7121 movement. Royal Oak Offshore became one of the most desirable status symbols today.


Designed by Gerald Genta, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak is an icon. This timepiece is famous for its unique dial design and incredible finishing. It's a watch that is worth paying more for because of the quality materials and craftsmanship it is made with.

When Gerald Genta was a watch designer, he had the idea of creating the first stainless steel luxury sport watch with exposed screws. This watch was a big hit. It helped to introduce Audemars Piguet's first chronograph and the "Mega Tapisserie" dial, which enhances the sporty aesthetics of the watch. Then came the "Petit Tapisserie" and "Grande Tapisserie" dials. These dials are also fitted to certain Royal Oaks.

The "End of Days" limited edition was also a popular timepiece. It was introduced in 1999 and was limited to 500 pieces. It features a smoked dial and black ceramic case. It is available in steel or rose gold. It costs more than most other models because it's a limited edition.

The "Mega Tapisserie" dial has a much bigger pattern than the "Grande Tapisserie." The larger squares on the "Mega Tapisserie" are twice as big as those on the "Grande Tapisserie" and feature flat areas for the Automatic label and brand name.

The "Petit Tapisserie" is the smallest of the three tapisseries. This design is found on most Royal Oaks from the 80s.

The "Mega Tapisserie" is the largest of the three. It features a checkerboard motif. The pointer rotates across the disc from the periphery to the center. It's a process that takes 20-50 minutes, depending on the diameter of the dial.

The "Petit Tapisserie" dial is also used on the first Royal Oak Offshore models. This watch is engraved with the inscription "Royal Oak" on the case back.


Among the many models that Audemars Piguet has produced, the Royal Oak Offshore is one of its most popular. It was originally developed as an anniversary piece for the original Royal Oak, but it was later adopted as a test bed for new materials and limited editions.

Audemars Piguet has since expanded the line, which features 43 and 44mm cases, in sizes that appeal to a wide range of tastes. The Offshore line also includes a 37mm version for women.

Originally, the watch was designed to be released in 1992, on the 20th anniversary of the original Royal Oak. But complications delayed its arrival. It was eventually released in 1993.

Royal Oak Offshore is water-resistant to 100 meters and comes in a stainless steel case. All models feature exposed screws and a sapphire crystal case back that allows you to see inside the watch. This type of watch appeals to men who like to live an active lifestyle. It is also one of the first watches to feature leather straps.

The Royal Oak Offshore was originally launched in a limited edition of 100 pieces. It features a caseback engraved with "Royal Oak," a symbol that has become synonymous with Audemars Piguet. It is available in stainless steel, pink gold and titanium.

In 1999, Audemars Piguet released a limited edition of 500 pieces, the "End of Days." It was the most successful of the limited editions and became the most popular watch in the line. The "End of Days" limited edition also features a sapphire crystal case back, which allows you to admire the movement from the front.

Audemars Piguet continues to experiment with the Royal Oak Offshore, releasing an updated version of the original reference in 2011. This re-launch offers collectors the chance to own a watch that features updated movement and a case that is made of black ceramic. It also comes with rose gold Arabic numerals.

Limited editions

Featuring a guilloche backdrop, a sapphire crystal case back and a 3126/3840 movement, the Royal Oak Offshore is a powerful timepiece. However, it is not the only piece of jewelry in the AP line. The Millenary Carbon One is another example of forged carbon technology at work.

In the early 1970s, stainless steel was considered a modern material. It was also the material of choice for nearly every watchmaker. With this in mind, a company called Audemars Piguet devised a revolutionary new bezel design, featuring hexagonal screws fastened into a porthole-like pattern.

The same company teamed up with Revolution to create a few limited edition timepieces that emulated the old Offshore model. The best part is, they actually worked. The company used factory-produced dials from the 1993 Offshore model and fashioned a small homage. Thankfully, they were able to do this despite the fact that the original had a closed caseback.

The Royal Oak Offshore has defied conventions since it was first introduced in 1993. The most recent additions to the collection include a perpetual calendar in full titanium. In addition, the company has launched a few specialized models, including a self-winding chronograph with an interchangeable rubber strap.

The Royal Oak Offshore is a sportier and more powerful version of the original Royal Oak. A number of notable names have contributed to the line, including Formula One driver Michael Schumacher and Argentinean footballer Leo Messi.

The company has also introduced a number of special editions, including the Rubens Barrichello and the Juan Pablo Montoya. These limited edition watches are not just limited to men; women are also becoming increasingly interested in wearing luxury timepieces.

Porthole design

Developed as an enlarged version of the iconic Royal Oak, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore is a sporty take on this iconic watch. With a larger case, thicker proportions, and traditional functions, the Offshore is a bolder version of the Royal Oak. It is a great choice for those looking for a sporty, classic watch.

Royal Oak Offshore is available in a variety of styles and complications. The grand complication model features a minute repeater, split-seconds chronograph, and perpetual calendar. There are also a range of models with vibrant colors and rubber straps. Royal Oak Offshore is available in men's and women's models.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak is one of the brand's most popular collections. As a family owned watch company, it has a long history. Its founders were horological geniuses. They designed the iconic Royal Oak in 1972. They also waited for public reaction before scaling up the manufacturing process.

The octagonal bezel of the original Royal Oak was an interesting feature. It was unusual at the time, and was reminiscent of a porthole on a boat. The Offshore is inspired by this design. It also has a porthole-style case.

The case of the Royal Oak Offshore is a large 41mm, which is ideal for most people. It has thick proportions and is made of high-tech materials. The bezel is lined with eight screws, which seals water out. The case also features a rubber bezel gasket that sits separate from the case block.

The Royal Oak Offshore is available in several models, all featuring a porthole-inspired design. The case and bezel are made from gold and other high-tech materials. The bracelet is a piece of panache.

Audemars Piguet Price

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Having a watch is a wonderful way to tell time. However, a high quality timepiece takes a lot of time to produce. Many of them are created with many months or even years of work. They are usually associated with wealthy and famous personalities.

Timepieces taken months or even years to produce

Creating timepieces from scratch is not an easy task. The process can take months or even years to complete. It requires a team of highly trained and skilled watchmakers and engineers. They are capable of bringing new movements to life and are able to plot out new modules and movements on a computer.

The Royal Oak is one of the most popular timepieces from Audemars Piguet. The iconic design was introduced in 1972 and has inspired many imitations. The classic Royal Oak features an eight-sided bezel with an octagonal crown and date display at the 3 o'clock position.

Audemars Piguet manufactures watches with a high level of craftsmanship. The materials used are typically luxurious and the processes are difficult. They are often hand-finished and require hundreds of small watch parts to be polished.

The timepieces from Audemars Piguet can be expensive. The average price of a watch from this brand can reach tens of thousands of dollars. They are also considered to be very exclusive. They are often priced higher than new mid-range cars. The price also depends on the materials used.

The classic Royal Oak is made from stainless steel, but they also make a watch in a variety of other metals. Some Royal Oak watches have jewel-set bezels, while others have quartz movements. These watches are available in many colors.

Audemars Piguet is a family-owned business. The fourth generation of Audemars leads the company. Its foundations date back to the 1800's, when Edward Auguste Piguet and Jules Louis Audemars opened a watch factory in Switzerland. They were inspired by a desire to create a new timepiece for the modern world. Their management wanted a sporty watch that was versatile enough for all occasions. The resulting timepiece was a success. It also marked the beginning of a new era in watch marketing.

Audemars Piguet has a reputation for high quality and innovative designs. The brand has developed partnerships with some of the most prestigious designers and retailers. Its marketing campaigns target affluent and forward-looking consumers. It has also developed manufacturing sites in Le Locle and Le Brassus. It has an annual production of 40,000 timepieces.

Watches are a masterpiece in every sense of the word

Founded in 1875 by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet, Audemars Piguet is a Swiss watch manufacturer. The company is part of the 'Holy Trinity of Luxury Watch Brands' and has been family owned since its founding.

The Audemars Piguet collection features several timepieces with two or three functions at the same time. The Grandes Complications collection includes timepieces that display day, month and year. There are also split seconds chronographs and perpetual calendars.

Audemars Piguet watches are known for their rich materials and techniques. The use of hand finish on the case is another hallmark of the brand. Several of the components of the watches are crafted by hand, including the white gold screws that are used on the case.

The brand also has an impressive line of mechanical watches. One of the most famous timepieces from the brand is the Royal Oak Concept Laptimer. The watch was inspired by the classic Royal Oak design and helped bring the aesthetic into the 21st century.

Audemars Piguet is also known for its collaborations with some of the most prestigious designers. The company has established relationships with Tiffany in New York and Cartier in Paris. The company has a unique spirit of independence and reinvention that has been passed from generation to generation.

Aside from watches, the company also produces a number of pocket watches. Since the 1970s, the brand has also developed several manufacturing facilities in Le Brassus.

In 2008, Audemars Piguet inaugurated the Manufacture des Forges in Le Brassus. The building is a futuristic spiral of metal and glass. The spiral is not an architectural fantasy, but a representation of the brand's identity.

The brand also has several manufacturing facilities in Le Locle. The classic Royal Oak watch is available in steel and rose gold. It features an eight-sided bezel, index dial markers and a date display at the three o'clock position. The Royal Oak Offshore watch features rubber on the band to give the watch a sportier look.

The Audemars Piguet museum is an outstanding piece of heritage. The building is built around a spiral design and combines the old with the new. Visitors are encouraged to meditate on the landscape as they admire the work of the artisans.

They're associated with rich, powerful and famous personalities

Founded in 1875, Audemars Piguet is one of the leading Swiss watch manufacturers. It has been family owned since the company's inception. Known for its sexy and stylish designs, the company specializes in producing high-end watches. They have developed a variety of watches for men and women. They produce about 40,000 timepieces per year.

Audemars Piguet watches are hand-assembled and designed by highly trained watchmakers. The process can take a year or more, and hundreds of parts are hand polished. The finishing process includes a jewelling process to ensure the smooth running of the calibre.

The classic Royal Oak is a timepiece that has been popular with celebrities for years. It features a stainless steel case with an octagonal crown, index dial markers, and a date display at the three-o'clock position. In addition, it is available in a wide variety of materials.

The Royal Oak is a versatile timepiece that can be worn for different occasions. It is available in various models and sizes, including 41mm and 44mm. The watch features an octagonal crown and a beveled edge on the outer edge of the case. It is available in stainless steel and other materials. It also comes with a leather watch band.

Audemars Piguet is also known for producing sports watches. Their first sports watch was released in 1892. They also released the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, which was the world's thinnest watch at the time. It was also the first to feature a perpetual calendar.

Audemars Piguet has long been associated with rich, powerful and famous personalities. It has produced special watches for athletes, royalty, and celebrities. They have also been known for their high-end designs and exclusive prices.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak is the most popular watch of the brand. It is often seen on red carpet events and is highly sought after. It is available in steel, yellow gold, and rose gold. It is one of the most expensive watches in the world.

The company is currently owned by the fourth generation of the Piguet family. It also produces a variety of other watches.

They're a masterpiece in every sense of the word

Despite the fact that Audemars Piguet is one of the world's leading luxury watch brands, it's not the most affordable choice for most people. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind, limited-production timepiece, it's wise to consider paying full price. But, if you want a classic timepiece with a timeless design, you'll find plenty of Audemars Piguet watches that fit the bill.

Audemars Piguet's history dates back to the 18th century. The watchmaker's first branch was opened in Geneva in 1882. After this, the company started to make complicated timepieces. It also started to produce chronographs. It also created the first wristwatch with a perpetual calendar.

Since its establishment, Audemars Piguet has grown to become one of the world's leading watch manufacturers. Today, the company employs around 1,200 people, and produces around 40,000 timepieces a year. Its headquarters are located in Le Brassus, Switzerland. The company is a family-owned business that has remained afloat throughout its history.

Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak line is one of the brand's most popular lines. This timepiece is available in various metals and alloys, and features state-of-the-art grand complications. The watch is one of the most eye-catching timepieces on the market, and it's a testament to the skill and craftsmanship of its legendary watchmaker.

Audemars Piguet produces many of its timepieces by hand. This includes all of the movement and mechanical parts. The movement of an Audemars Piguet timepiece can take weeks or months to be finished, as it's carefully and meticulously hand-crafted.

Audemars Piguet is part of the so-called "Holy Trinity of Luxury Watch Brands," which also includes Rolex and Omega. The watchmaker is also one of the few remaining family-owned companies in the world. This makes the company a rarity amongst the many large corporations.

The company has been pursuing a direct-to-customer strategy for several years. In the past, Audemars Piguet sold its timepieces through multi-brand dealers. Now, Audemars Piguet boutiques will replace these multi-brand dealers. This will allow the company to focus more on its own design and manufacturing, and to reduce its costs.

While Audemars Piguet isn't the cheapest choice for a watch, the brand is still a popular choice. It's rare to find Audemars Piguet watches at affordable prices, and only those with extraordinary taste will be able to afford one.

Audemars Piguet Watches


Founded in 1865, Audemars Piguet is one of the oldest and most prestigious watch manufacturers in the world. It is known for its timepieces that combine traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology, such as its iconic tourbillon and Millenary collection.

Historical background

Founded by Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet in 1875, Audemars Piguet has become one of the most prominent watch manufacturers in the world. The company is known for its innovative designs and has made a significant impact on the watch industry.

The company is based in the Vallee de Joux in Switzerland. The valley is a high-altitude valley located in the Jura Mountains. It is susceptible to extreme weather conditions, including chilly Bise winds. The Vallee de Joux is a region known for its artisanship.

After the First World War, the factory was taken over by the sons of the founders. The company expanded internationally and established branches in Buenos Aires and Berlin in 1899. They also started retail operations. In 2008, Audemars Piguet inaugurated the Manufacture des Forges in Le Brassus.

Throughout the company's history, Audemars Piguet has maintained a strict quality control of their products. They also commissioned the manufacture of complicated watch movements for other brands. The company has employed hundreds of engineers. It is also a pioneer in the field of innovation.

During the early 1900s, the company started experimenting with new shapes and designs. During this time, many pieces featured wide bezels and more adventurous styles. The company also teamed up with prestigious designers like Cartier and Tiffany & Co. The company introduced a skeletonized pocket watch in 1934.

Audemars Piguet continues to produce innovative and luxury timepieces. Its offerings include classic collections, contemporary pieces, and more. The company has over 2000 employees around the world. They also have several manufacturing sites in Le Locle, France.

In the 1970s, Audemars Piguet became an icon in the watch industry. The brand created the Royal Oak watch, a timepiece that revolutionized the aesthetics of luxury watches.

Famous models

Whether you're looking for a high-end luxury timepiece or just want to get your money's worth from a mid-range watch, you'll want to consider the famous Audemars Piguet models. The brand is known for their high quality products, their customer service, and their ability to make their designs affordable. During the 20th century, Audemars Piguet was a leading player in the Swiss watch industry. They were one of the first to create complex watch movements and they were also one of the first to integrate bracelets into their designs. They have since expanded their offerings, releasing a variety of new designs that are sure to please any watch connoisseur.

One of Audemars Piguet's most notable watches is the 14790, which is a 35mm watch that features a sweeping second hand and a two-part case that offers better protection from the elements. This model has been offered in a variety of metals over the course of twelve years. It's considered the most iconic Audemars Piguet watch of all time. It's also one of the most coveted watches of all time, with collectors willing to pay top dollar for a piece of history.

The Audemars Piguet 14790 also has a lot to offer, including a solid e-motion movement, a textured bezel, a date indicator, and a solid steel case. It's a great mid-size watch, but it's also the most expensive. Some collectors have already begun to convert it to the proportions of a vintage model.

The Star Wheel Wandering Hours is another awe-inspiring watch from Audemars Piguet. It's a timepiece that features spinning discs mounted on star-shaped wheels, and it nods to the 17th century wandering hour complication in a clever way.

Watchmaking process

Founded in 1875, Audemars and Piguet, a family-run company, is considered the world's leading luxury watchmaker. Originally a pocket watch manufacturer, it later developed complex pocket watch movements for other manufacturers. Its famous Grande Complication pocket watch won the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris.

Audemars Piguet watches are crafted with precision. Their artisans have been creating timepieces for over a century. Their timepieces are highly sought-after among collectors and are considered to be among the most exquisite and elegant watches in the world. They feature elaborate designs and decoration. They are complemented with expressive dials that anticipate future design evolutions.

One of the most popular Audemars Piguet watches is the Royal Oak. It was the first luxury sports wristwatch in the world. It was crafted by Gerald Genta, and it has since gone through many revisions. Its stainless steel case and bracelet are both made from metal blocks, and its bezel is chamfered by hand.

Another popular Audemars Piguet watch is the Royal Oak Offshore Diver. It features a metallic look and a vertical brushed finish. It is the first luxury sports watch to feature a ceramic bezel. Its dial is decorated with an engraved disc. Its pointer rotates across the disc.

Audemars Piguet produces about 40,000 watches per year. They limit the number of watches produced to ensure that each watch is hand-made.

The company is headquartered in Le Brassus, Switzerland, which is also home to other giants of the Swiss watch industry. The company's design and engineering teams work closely with each other. The designers consider the technical limitations of the watch, while the technical team works on the design. The company remains family owned and remains committed to the tradition of craftsmanship.

Using a tourbillon in a watch is considered to be the pinnacle of horological technique. A tourbillon is a device that prevents gravity from degrading the watch's performance. Tourbillons were first invented in the 19th century, when they were created to overcome the negative effects of gravity on pocket watches.

A tourbillon is a device that is encased in a frame, with the escapement inside. The escapement is responsible for controlling the speed of the hands around the dial.

Audemars Piguet's new selfwinding Royal Oak with flying tourbillon models come in three new 41 mm versions. The models are available in titanium, stainless steel, and rose gold. They are priced at 175,200 euros for the automatic version, and 218,200 euros for the openworked version.

The Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Tourbillon Openworked is a tribute to Jules Audemars, who founded the company in 1875. The Jules Audemars Tourbillon features a tourbillon mechanism at six o'clock, a power reserve, and a sapphire crystal. It is water resistant to 20 meters.

Audemars Piguet has created several outstanding collections of watches over the years. They are known for their stunning designs and great craftsmanship. The Jules Audemars Tourbillon is an excellent example of the brand's ability to blend luxury and performance. It also has an attractive bracelet and is protected by a sapphire crystal caseback.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin is another example of a thin, hand-wound watch. The case is extra-thin, which helps maintain legibility. The movement is also hand-wound, giving the watch a 72-hour power reserve. The self-winding caliber 2950 is a combination of a flying tourbillon with a central rotor. The watch also features Geneva stripes straight through the movement.

Millenary collection

Designed by Emmanuel Gueit, a 25-year-old prodigy behind the Royal Oak Offshore, the Millenary Collection explores neo-classical beauty with a unique aesthetic. Combining contemporary design with a touch of mechanical sophistication, it's a watch that reflects Audemars Piguet's passion for fine watchmaking.

The Millenary collection's first model, the Millenary 4101, is a striking creation. Featuring a skeletonized design, this timepiece quickly captures the attention of onlookers. The dial features an asymmetric design with an off-center time display. It's also partially openworked, which gives it a more technical appearance.

The Millenary line expanded in the early 2000s, with cases rendered in different sizes. The earliest models featured black dials with large luminescent Arabic numerals. Eventually, the dials became increasingly ornate.

The collection also features models featuring diamond-set bezels and lugs. These are sold at a higher price than the steel models. The cases are made of 18k gold and fitted with sapphire crystals. The crowns are also set with precious stones.

The Millenary Ladies Collection offers a white opal dial with diamonds on the bezel. A frosted gold finish is also featured on several models. This technique is the brainchild of Carolina Bucci, a designer who specializes in creating watches with frosted gold finishes.

The AP Millenary family includes perpetual calendars, opal dials, and minute repeater models. The brand also offers a number of limited edition models. These are made from various materials, including 18k rose gold, stainless steel, and gold. The models feature openworked dials and complications such as a linear perpetual calendar and a minute repeater.

Audemars Piguet Millenary is the fourth most popular collection in the brand's line. The collection is available in three new models at next month's SIHH in Geneva.

Mansory Rolls Royce Upgrades

mansory rolls royce

Getting a new mansory rolls royce is a great way to upgrade your car. You will need to consider the bodykit, suspension and technical specifications. You will also need to determine how much money you can spend on a new car. This will allow you to make the best choice.

Technical specifications

MANSORY has recently added a new carbon facelift to the Rolls-Royce Wraith. The Ghost is also getting a little more aggressive. The new spoiler lip is placed on the rear apron, and the side skirts have been reshaped to create a more elongated shape.

The interior of the Ghost is also getting a little more luxurious. It features high-gloss polished lacquer surfaces, and the full leather is stitched in a wavy line pattern. It also has a premium audio system. The steering wheel and seats feature a unique, leather-carbon sports steering wheel with carbon inlays. The interior is also fitted with a bespoke leather cooler bag. It holds 14 liters of beverage. It's also fitted with diodes on the seat backs.

The front fascia of the Ghost is fitted with a larger air intake and a redesigned rear diffuser. It also features a roof-mounted spoiler and a faux skid plate. It's also painted in Secret Silver and features an illuminated lower intake. It's also fitted with a custom exhaust system with black tips. The rear bumper has a set of tacky air outlets.

MANSORY also has a new carbon-fiber engine cover. It's also fitted with a redesigned LED driving lights. The front seat is fitted with a carbon-fiber sports steering wheel, and the interior has a fine white leather interior. It's fitted with a MANSORY "Cool Bag" that has a capacity of 14 litres.


Among the many brands of joe public that grace the streets of our fair city, Mansory stands apart from the pack. They are known for their over the top conversions and masterful craftsmanship. They also make the best quality products to boot.

One of the most impressive and impressive modifications is the full wide body kit which is tailor made for the Rolls Royce Cullinan. There is a small list of features which include the full body kit, front and rear spoilers, side skirts and aerodynamic extensions to the side skirts. They also have a full compliment of carbon fiber parts. The front apron has a new carbon fibre lightweight bonnet and larger air intakes. In addition, the rear apron has a bespoke wing which complements the redesigned flanks.

The Mansory marquee also has a full complement of goodies - from LED daytime running lights to a new grille, there is more to come. The interior is also a flurry of orange. The leather seats are complemented by matching orange seat belts. The interior is a cinch to keep clean, and the rear seats are easily removable. They also have a full compliment of airbags and a backup camera.

It's a good thing the man is a good judge of what he likes, and the body kit isn't cheap! Besides, they do make a full compliment of modifications for all models of Rolls Royce.

Sport Exhaust System

MANSORY is a brand that is synonymous with high quality and exclusive tuning for British luxury vehicles. The company produces these tuning programs in accordance with the highest technological standards. They also offer exquisite interior accessories, powerful performance and striking alloy wheels.

The company produces these unique designs by building style-enhancing components from the finest materials. The company also has the capacity to customize them according to customer requests. The company has been producing these tuning programs since 1987.

One of the company's latest creations is a special version of the Rolls-Royce Ghost. This model is fitted with an enhanced Sport Exhaust System, as well as a new rear diffuser. It also features a high performance catalytic converter and new turbochargers. The new turbochargers allow the Ghost to hit zero to 60 miles per hour in just 4.4 seconds. The company also upgraded the engine's electronic system, which improves the overall performance of the car.

In addition to the exterior modifications, Mansory has also offered subtle cosmetic upgrades to the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The upgrade includes a new rear diffuser, side skirts and side air outlets. It also comes with a bespoke leather cool bag that holds 14 liters of beverages.

The company also produces exclusive tuning for the Rolls-Royce Phantom. The upgraded model produces a whopping 602 horsepower. It also has an upgraded sports exhaust system and a twin-pipe system. The vehicle also features a custom front bumper.


Whether it's the latest technological advancement or a stylish new wheel, Mansory offers custom automotive modifications for a variety of luxury vehicles. They are known for their wheel and fender upgrades as well as tailored interior modifications. Among their most recent endeavors is the mighty Phantom.

As you might expect, a Phantom is a huge car with a length of about 6.5 feet and a height of 2.1 feet. This makes it the longest passenger vehicle in the world. The phantom is also the largest and most expensive car produced by Mansory. The company, based in Germany, is well known for its carbon fiber designs and light weight alloy wheels. Its most recent endeavor is a Phantom body kit.

It features aerodynamic extensions to the side skirts and a roof-mounted spoiler. Other upgrades include a new rear bumper, bespoke front fenders and a custom exhaust system with black tips. The front apron has also been reshaped to fit the new body style.

The most impressive part is the front and rear fascias, which are both unique. The front features a bespoke front bumper, a carbon-fiber splitter and an illuminated lower intake. The rear features an elegant spoiler lip that was adapted from the original tailgate. The rear apron has also been reshaped.

The Mansory company has been producing the most technologically advanced vehicles since 1999. They have also been producing the most innovative vehicle modifications for a number of top luxury vehicles, including the Rolls-Royce Phantom, Range Rover, Jaguar XF, Bentley Continental GT and Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.

Phantom Bushukan Edition

Earlier this year, Mansory, a German tuner, showed off a new line of customized cars at the Geneva Motor Show. The Mansory Rolls Royce Phantom Bushukan Edition, as it is known, has an all-new exterior design and features a few tricks up its sleeve.

First, the Bushukan Edition has an upscale interior. In fact, the hood ornament that the name hints at has been replaced with a bespoke piece of art that seems to be made of diamonds. The rear bumper and side skirts have also been tweaked to improve aerodynamics.

The top-of-the-line powertrain is no slouch as it produces 610 ps, which is the same as the 6.2-liter V12 that is found in the BMW M760Li xDrive. The interior has been given an upgrade as well, with diamond-stitched leather headrests and a custom dashboard. The car also has an exclusive trim, including diamond stitching and black piping. The GT pedals are emblazoned with the tuner's logo.

The aforementioned Rolls-Royce Phantom also has a two-tone paint job. The exterior has some pretty cool features, such as quad uneven exhaust tips and a new front end. The interior has some serious luxury, with a cream leather interior and luxurious carpeting.

The Mansory Rolls Royce boasts a few other goodies, such as a custom-tailored body kit. This makes it one of the most unique Rolls-Royce Phantoms in recent memory. The bespoke model boasts a two-tone paint job, along with 24 inch wheels.

Cullinan Special UAE

Known for adding extras to expensive cars, German firm Mansory has created a special version of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan for the UAE market. The Special UAE edition is designed to appeal to affluent Dubaians.

The Cullinan Special UAE is based on the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and features a complete body kit and an additional performance boost. It also features new fenders, a splitter, dual trapezoidal exhausts, and new front fascia. The Cullinan Special UAE also has a roof spoiler.

The cabin of the Cullinan Special UAE is awash in carbon fiber accents and bespoke upholstery. The headrests feature the outline of the United Arab Emirates, and a wave-like motif appears on the centre consoles. There are stitched details on the seats, too.

A special exterior trim features granite-like trim, with skirts, a diffuser in the hood, and a front splitter. There is also blackout to give the SUV a sinister appearance. The roof is black, too.

The interior is filled with quilted leather and Mansory leather items that have white pipes. The seats feature Mansory-branded stripes bisecting the length of the seatbelts. The doors also have a wave-like motif. There are different badges showing the outline of the UAE map.

There are also large spoilers and bespoke bumpers with bigger intakes. The special editions also have massive 24-inch forged wheels and new livery. The exterior trim features black gradients toward the rear.

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