Audemars Piguet Two Tone Self-winding Royal Oak

The Royal Oak’s design status is elevated with a new avant-garde coming together of materials: steel and pink gold. The steel speaks of the original 1972 model, retaining the iconic Royal Oak looks, while the pink gold adds warm accents of contemporary colour. This new two tone expression of the Royal Oak continues the proud evolution of an Audemars Piguet classic.

Inside beats a self winding manufacture movement, which delivers 60 hours of power reserve when fully wound. The transparent sapphire crystal case back enables the viewer to admire the inner mechanisms of the watch. With a water resistance up to 50 meter, the stainless steel case of this Royal Oak timepiece is equipped with 18-carat pink gold bezel and screw down crown. The silver-toned dial with “Grande Tapisserie” pattern has pink gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating.

Technical details
Model: Two-Tone Selfwinding Royal Oak
Reference: 15400SR.OO.1220SR.01

Movement
Selfwinding Manufacture Calibre 3120
Total diameter: 26.60 mm (11 ¾ lines)
Total thickness: 4.26 mm
Number of jewels: 40
Number of parts: 280
Minimal guaranteed power reserve: 60 h
Frequency of balance wheel: 3 Hz (= 21,600 vibrations/hour)

Functions
Hours
Minutes
Centre seconds
Date

Case
Stainless steel case
Glare-proofed sapphire crystal and caseback
18-carat pink gold bezel
Links and screw-locked crown
Water-resistant to 50 m

Dial
Silver-toned dial with “Grande Tapisserie” pattern, pink gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating

Bracelet
Stainless steel and 18-carat pink gold bracelet with stainless steel AP folding clasp

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