Last September, Audemars Piguet introduced the new Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar, the most recent translation of an exemplary complication by the brand situated in Le Brassus.
At first introduced in impeccable and in pink gold, this restrictive perpetual calendar model will be accessible additionally in yellow gold, a material that in the most recent decade clearly lost some allure among watch devotees.
However, much the same as in 1972 when Audemars Piguet began regarding tempered steel as a valuable metal for its game-changing Royal Oak sport extravagance watch, today the Swiss watchmaker takes a startling action bringing the warm and splendid tones of yellow gold back to the forefront.
The highlights of the watch are a similar that we depicted in our article giving the steel and pink gold forms the 41 mm case to outline the Grande Tapisserie adorned dial — an example of three-dimensional squares — which shows the various perpetual calendar signs: day, month, date, jump year, cosmic moon and, on the external part ring, the seven day stretch of the year,
The yellow gold applied hour-markers and the Royal Oak hands with iridescent against the blue dial make an ideal difference for great intelligibility.
The hefty 18-carat yellow gold arm band is gotten by the normal AP collapsing catch.
All around secured by the huge case yet noticeable through the sapphire gem case back, oneself twisting new type 5134 beats at 19,800 vph (2.75 Hz) with an insignificant ensured power hold of force save.
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Yellow Gold (ref. 26574BA.OO.1220BA.01) is conveyed with an extravagance box including a watch rewinding system and ought to be valued like the pink gold form at Euro 95,900/US$ 95,700. audemarspiguet.com