Audemars Piguet tackles one of timekeeping's oldest problems with a first in watchmaking: twin balance wheels, inside the Royal Oak skeleton
The only Royal Oak Extra-Thin in yellow gold is a limited edition of just 50 pieces. We take a look, with original photos and pricing.
Audemars Piguet goes back to the classic shade of gold with the new Royal Oak Chronograph 41 mm (ref. 26320) in yellow gold.
Audemars Piguet arguably has the most illustrious history with the perpetual calendar. We trace the development of the complication over the decades with five timepieces from the Audemars Piguet museum.
A deft combination of movement architecture, skeletonisation and hand-finishing, the Millenary Openworked adds new texture to Audemars Piguet's most successful watch that isn't the Royal Oak.
Audemars Piguet stuck to its guns at SIHH 2016, but nonetheless put out a diverse line-up. Here's a personal take on the offerings from Audemars Piguet, including original photos and prices.
SIHH 2016: Introducing the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie – a Super Minute RepeaterThe Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie is a minute repeater that lives up to its name - it is an exceptionally loud, clear and satisfying bright striking wristwatch - thanks to three patents for its construction.
Thirty years passed between the first perpetual calendar wristwatch, and the first one with a leap year indicator, made by Audemars Piguet in 1955. Here's a look at one double-signed example of the Audemars Piguet ref. 5516.