Introducing Best Fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin With Diamond Indexes In Platinum (15206PT) Or Rose Gold (15207OR)

Quick Take

Perfect replica Audemars Piguet has recently adopted a somewhat unusual communication strategy – rather than officially announcing at least some of its new models, the company instead simply posts them to its website, which means that if you’re a client or want to be one, you have to be a bit on your toes, especially when it comes to smaller series and limited edition models. Today, Audemars Piguet has launched a most interesting new version of the Royal Oak “Jumbo” ultra-thin, that most classic of all Royal Oak models. The new models have a platinum case and bracelet, and in addition, there is a rose-gold model as well. And something else not seen often on a Jumbo in recent years: diamond indexes.

You can find diamond indexes, of course, on gem-set Royal Oaks, but I haven’t seen one with only diamond indexes, although I would not be surprised at all to find out it has been done at some point since the line launched in 1972. The diamonds here are set into a black onyx dial, for both the platinum model and rose-gold models. The watches are a limited edition, it will surprise no one to hear; moreover, they are limited in distribution geographically – there will be 70 pieces, made for AP retailer Yoshida, in Tokyo.

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Initial Thoughts

Swiss made fake watches with diamond indexes are less frequently seen today than in the years prior to the Quartz Crisis and the subsequent renaissance of mechanical watches, and they can be somewhat polarizing. They were often found on watches that stereotypically might be classified as men’s dress watches, and they sometimes appear to be either too much or not enough. If you’re going to have diamonds at all, the thinking seems to go, go all in (whatever that might mean) or leave them out entirely. Diamonds for indexes only seems a little like the precious stone equivalent of a gold and steel watch. You want diamonds, but twelve small ones are about the limit of your budget.

They seem to work pretty damned well in this instance, though. They undoubtedly give the watch a little bit of a throwback feel, and in a steel watch, maybe (and only maybe) you could argue that they smack a bit too much of economy, but on a Jumbo with a platinum case and bracelet, they read more stealth-luxury than anything else. A card-sharp on a hot streak might want something more glittery, the better to attract and hold the eye of Lady Luck; the casino owner upstairs watching strongboxes full of cash going into the vault would probably be wearing this guy.

With the always-classic ultra-thin caliber 2121, this is a watch worth a trip to Tokyo – or an urgent request for a Zoom meeting at the very least.

UK Best Quality Replica Audemars Piguet’s latest Concept watch relies on optical illusion

Since teaming up with Florentine jewellery designer Carolina Bucci in 2016, Audemars Piguet replica has left barely any surface unfrosted. The micro-hammering technique developed by Bucci has been used to add its trademark shimmer to a plethora of the brand’s watches, and now brings perceptible handcraft to its most ground-breaking watch collection.

Swiss movement replica Audemars Piguet, founded in 1875, originally introduced its Concept range back in 2002, to showcase experimental, futuristic watchmaking. “This was the beginning of 21st-century watchmaking as we know it today, before all the experimental indies like Greubel Forsey and Richard Mille came along,” says Michael Friedman, head of complications at the watchmaker. “The Concept created a new pathway that said high horology can enter the field of experimentation and avant-garde design.”

Through the collection, Audemars Piguet has explored materials science with 2008’s Royal Oak Concept Carbon, worked out how to time consecutive laps to impress Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher in 2015, and played with perfecting sound and acoustics with 2016’s chiming Supersonnerie.

In 2018, it produced its first Concept for women, the diamond-encrusted frosted rose gold case replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon. This time around, Audemars Piguet has ditched the bling (almost), as well as the jagged openings that exposed the movement, and focused on surface texture and finish instead – or what Friedman describes as a “celebration of the artistic, aesthetic nature and beauty of the tourbillon itself, over its technical attributes.”

To that end, the flying tourbillon itself is topped off by a disc of rotating precious stones that is surrounded by a series of stepped blue rings edged with gold. The effect is akin an optical illusion, like looking down a well, or at ripples in a pond. The whole thing is enclosed with, of course, a frosted gold case.

“Frosted gold has been a lightning rod for us,” says Friedman. “It showed us that even the most ancient of materials can still be reimagined in new ways that feel highly contemporary.”
As well as being a beautifully designed piece, the 1:1 quality Audemars Piguet copy watch represents a strange intersection of the careers of two women – one a watchmaker, the other a jeweller. The highlighting of the tourbillon, with the eye led to it by the dial’s architecture, recalls one of Audemars Piguet’s most feted modern-era wristwatches, the Tourbillon Automatique from 1986 – the world’s first-ever self-winding tourbillon wristwatch, the first tourbillon with a titanium cage and, for a long time, the world’s thinnest self-winding tourbillon.

That clone watch was designed by Jacqueline Dimier, head of design at Audemars Piguet until 1999, and the woman who redesigned the Royal Oak for women in 1976; the same watch Bucci was called upon to reimagine for its 40th birthday.

The “inexplicable insanity” that underscores the story of the UK Swiss Replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

Today we will discuss the history of luxury Audemars Piguet Royal Oak replica watches.

It feels like decades since CNN came to our offices to shoot it, and by now I’d expect it to have run its course, but according to the fairly regular stream of photos of me on TV screens from friends, family, colleagues and strangers it’s still very much doing the rounds; a series of one-minute watch history vignettes called ‘Timeless’ on CNN.

Considering I’m still home-locked in Melbourne, this is the only travelling I’ve been doing in 2020. I’ve been sent shots of myself on a tv in a hotel room of a riverboat on the Nile by my brother’s mother and father-in law, on a screen inside a cupboard in Shanghai (I think it was your liquor cabinet, Austen Chu?) and even Rodger Corser’s living room in Sydney.

I do get around as a rule, it comes with the territory, but in 2020 I’ve excelled myself. With a recent Pandora’s Box of Audemars Piguet history opened – thanks to the delicate prising of Eric Ku and Michael Friedman – I thought I’d share something that’s quite the opposite of a one-hour excavation – and that’s a one-minute blast of the automatic movement fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak pointers.

It’s part of a 10-episode series, and it features Jack Forster of the ‘Dink and I talking about 10 iconic watches. This episode, starring far more Jack than me, is all about the Royal Oak, a watch that was sold at launch in 1972 for the princely sum of $3000USD. Considering this was akin to the price of a solid rose gold case fake watch at the time, it was an act of “inexplicable insanity” as Jack puts it. Exhaustive and in-depth history this ain’t, obviously, but if you’re looking for a quick refresher on some key models, you’ve found it.