BY: KATE LAWLER JULY 10, 2015
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver is a self winding timepiece featuring dive-time measurement and date. The case is forged in stainless steel with a glare proofed sapphire crystal and caseback. The dial is black with a “Méga Tapisserie” pattern and found within the rotating inner bezel is the diving scale. Water resistant to 300 meters, the piece is presented on a black rubber strap and the white gold applied markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating make the timepiece very easy to read. Housed within the 42mm case is the self-winding Manufacture Calibre 3120, which powers the watch. Functions include: hours, minutes, center seconds, and date.
About Audemars Piguet
A watchmaking empire was born in 1875 when Jules Louis Audemars joined forces with Edward Auguste Piguet. Founded on precision, artistry and enterprise, Audemars Piguet remains oldest fine watch-making manufacturer operated by the same family. Perhaps one of its most recognized accomplishments is actualized in the Royal Oak case. Designed by watchmaking legend Charles Gérald Genta, the Royal Oak was the world’s first luxury sport watch. Today, Audemars Piguet remains one of the most recognized Ateliers in the world.