Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tuxedo

For 2009, Audemars Piguet added diamond-set creations to its renowned Royal Oak collection. There are both male and female versions for the Tuxedo timepiece. It is bound to meet the preferences of its discriminating clients from opposite gender. With its precise timekeeping, luxury design, and its use of white gold, everything about the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tuxedo is beautiful, to say in the least.

It makes use of the Caliber 2120, a legendary movement that was first launched in 1967. The haute horlogerie movement is one of the world’s slimmest self-winding calibers and its 19,800 vibrations an hour enable it to have a 4-hour power reserve. Aside from being feature-rich, the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tuxedo is also an attention-grabber in terms of design.

AP's Tuxedo Watch

AP's Tuxedo Watch

The lacquered black dial is reminiscent of the ebony found in grand pianos. In addition, the baton-shaped hour marker is adorned by glittering diamonds. Audemars Piguet definitely knows its clientele well because the sophisticated design of the Tuxedo watch is both elegant and functional for chic receptions. It also contains distinctive details that make it one-of-a-kind.

It is also to be expected that the men’s and lady’s version of this watch will vary in weight. The total weigh for the men’s watch is 4.65 carats while it is 3.80 carats for the ladies’ watch.

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