Why can the Royal Oak be a classic?

Since its establishment in 1875, replica Audemars Piguet has always been adhering to the founder’s exquisite craft tradition and the spirit of looking forward to the future, breaking through the limits of craftsmanship, and foreseeing the ever-changing needs of society. Audemars Piguet unswervingly based on tradition, is committed to innovation, this spirit is still the cornerstone of the brand. Today, we will talk about a classic watch from Audemars Piguet-the Royal Oak series. (Model: 26317BC.OO.1256BC.01)

The Royal Oak I’m talking about today is still a chronograph. Many people still don’t know what a chronograph is. Timekeeping is a complicated function that can measure and display continuous or discontinuous time spans without affecting the regular time display of the watch. The central chronograph hand can be started, stopped and restarted at will, and then reset to zero by activating one or more buttons. Chronographs are technically complex; the timing of one-fifths of a second takes years to master.

This white gold Royal Oak series watch uses an 18K white gold case to make the table, and is equipped with a light blue dial engraved with “Grande Tapisserie” large plaid decoration, with a blue sub-dial and a dark blue outer area, white gold fluorescent three-dimensional time Mark and pointer.

18K white gold case, with anti-glare treatment sapphire crystal glass, screw-in crown.

You should know that as early as the 19th century, due to the timing needs of horse racing and other sports, timekeeping function timepieces came into being to accurately measure the performance of athletes. Since the creation of the brand, the chronograph has been Audemars Piguet’s expertise. Audemars Piguet’s antique chronograph is one of the rarest swiss watches prices in the world, with only 307 produced between the 1930s and 1950s.