AP Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Review

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Not every day I look at the famous Audemars Piguet watch, which loves only 100 in the world. This is as exciting to me as it is to you. Let’s jump!

The unique features of this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch make it extremely unique. As mentioned earlier, it is a small brand with only 100 units, so chances are you won’t see anyone wearing it. In a world of cat-copying and unprecedented quantity, scarcity and origin have become a thing of the past.

But all the nonsense on the side, they are made of black ceramic black materials that do not work. In addition, it uses the same combination of finely polished and polished ones along with a case, bracelet and bezel as you can see on the precious metals and metals that everyone has loved for years. As a result, it is still true to the original and only adds to the benefits that make your watch fresh for a long time.

In the early 1960’s, when watchmakers began experimenting with pottery, Rado was the first. In the last few decades, however, it has become quite popular, even in high-end watch markets such as the AP and so on.

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Review

The case is 44m in diameter and the thickness of case is 13.20 and is strongly sealed. The bezel is fitted to the case with 8 stainless steel straps like hex. A clear sapphire and non-abrasive back cover is attached to the back of the bag with an 8 round stainless steel screw. Other special notes can be found on the back of the case stating: “Royal Oak” at the top, and “LIMITED EDITION OF 100 PIECES” at the bottom.

This watch is also unique in that it is difficult to control. The presence of a tourbillon with a small problem or mechanical device is known to be very effective in counteracting the pull that the force of gravity puts on the movement where the clock is at different angles. While it was useless, it was fun to watch and it was fun for anyone who saw it working.

AP Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Glowing Lume

A tourbillon cage can be found at 6 a.m. in open air halls. The cane-shaped hands on the instrument are made of polished white gold and are filled with bright objects that glow in the dark green like hour markers corresponding to the triangles facing the ground at 12 o’clock.

AP Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Dial

Black dials appear to be floating in the thin air on the surface. At 3 o’clock is a 30 minute counter with a chronograph stopwatch function. The other is a second sub-registry and is located at 9 p.m. Other hands excluding the second small hand running, meaning that the 30-minute second hand and the black and white hand in the middle are used by the chronograph in its operation. The dial flange outside the dial is black and has a well-printed white second and a second split to display real-time.

AP Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Straps

The entire singing mask, looking at it in bright, monochromatic and small red dots used in the clock costumes found in the tourbillon and its cage. This goes well with a black ceramic bracelet as well as two additional sport cords attached to the watch. One is solid black rubber while the other is black rubber with gray sides. The bracelet also includes a single black ceramic lug connector set, a titanium AP (folding) strap.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked watch here is model # 26343ce.oo.1247ce.01. Powered by a hand wind (hand wound), the Audemars Piguet caliber 2936 house with a 28-jewel 3Hz frequency pulse at 21,600 VpH with a storage capacity of approximately 72 hours.


Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Chronograph Openworked Limited Edition


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