After the successful Royal Oak Offshore “Camo” with a beige dial launched earlier this year, Audemars Piguet (AP) is continuing with the camouflage pattern strap theme in three new colours.
The first is in 18k pink gold with a brown dial and bezel – the use of brown ceramic is a first for AP – matched with a caramel and brown camouflage rubber strap (ref. 26401RO.OO.A087CA.01).
The other two are in steel. The first is forest green (ref. 26400SO.OO.A055CA.01), and the other is in blue (ref. 26400SO.OO.A035CA.01), again with matching camouflage straps.
While the colours are new, the specs of the watch remain the same. The case is the standard 44mm Offshore case, with the bezel, chronograph pushers and crown in ceramic coloured to match the dial, which is finished with the extra-large Mega Tapisserie chequerboard guilloche that’s synonymous with the Offshore.
Inside is the cal. 3126/3840, which is AP’s in-house automatic cal. 3120 topped with a Dubois-Depraz chronograph module. It has a 50 hour power reserve.
And for those who prefer a more restrained look, each of the new Offshores is delivered with a solid colour rubber strap, in addition to the camouflage pattern band.
Price and availability
The Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph “Camo” will be available in 2019. In steel it’s priced at US$31,000, or S$43,400, and in gold, it’s US$45,900, or S$64,400.
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