First introduced in 1972, Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak has long been known as the first luxury sports timepiece. Earlier this year, the brand launched a new model in the Royal Oak series, the Selfwinding, which was conceived as part of the Maison’s 2012’s 40th anniversary celebrations.
The Royal Oak’s Selfwinding has a 37mm in 18-carat yellow gold case with glare-proofed sapphire crystal that showcases an exquisite dial. The dial itself comes in silver-toned or blue with “Grande Tapisserie” pattern. Meanwhile, the case also boasts a screw-locked crown with luminescent coating.
For the movement, the timepiece uses the selfwinding manufacture calibre 3120, which is powered by the natural movement of the wearer’s wrist. The power reserve is 60 hours with a 3Hz frequency for the balance wheel.
For more information about this watch, visit the local distributor’s website.