Audemars Piguet Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Frosted Gold Flying Tourbillon


Swiss haute horology manufacturer Audemars Piguet has launched the ladies’ Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon watch. This new theme continues the brand’s 2018 Carolina Bucci Limited Edition Royal Oak Frosted Gold Watch.

On the dial, there are four sunny blue circles, which are emitted from the 6 o’clock flying tourbillon cage and become larger with the blue tone.

The new Royal Oak Concept frosted gold flying tourbillon is available in 18k rose gold or 18k white gold cases. With a sparkling “frosted gold” finish and a multi-layer modern dial, this copy men watch is the latest model launched by Audemars Piguet and the Florentine jewelry designer Carolina Bucci. Bucci described the first frosted gold time chronograph in 2018 and said: “I matched the Royal Oak case and bracelet perfectly, and “roughed” them, combining the flawless Florentine finish with Swiss watchmaking craftsmanship. Tied.

Royal Oak Concept Frosted Gold Flying Tourbillon

This model is the first to provide a “frosted gold” pattern (an ancient Florentine jewelry craft) on an engraved multi-faceted Royal Oak concept case. The tiny dents on the gold surface are similar to the front dents of its “diamond dust” and are made with diamond tools to produce a gem-like “sparkling” effect, which can be traced back to ancient Florence.

The flying tourbillon cage is characterized by a hollow golden circle with brilliant cut diamonds.

The dial is emitted from the flying tourbillon cage at 4 o’clock and is composed of four blue circles of increasing size and tone. The sunrise pattern further highlights the depth of the dial. The center of the flying tourbillon cage is a hollow golden circle with brilliant-cut diamonds. According to Audemars Piguet, there are no hour markers on the dial, “enhancing the purity of modern design.”

Inside the 38.5 mm diameter case (its predecessor was 37 mm in diameter) is a manually wound 2964 movement. The movement has a diameter of 29.5 mm. The movement contains 207 parts, including 17 jewels, which beat at a frequency of 3 Hz. (21,600-vph), and has a power reserve of at least 72 hours. The crown of the case is set with a translucent sapphire cabochon (a gemstone that has been shaped and polished), which can keep its water-resistant depth within 20 meters.

The back of the sapphire caseback shows the manually wound tourbillon Calibre 2964, whose circular pattern matches the dial design.

The circular pattern of the movement is visible through the sapphire crystal back cover, alternately displayed between sandblasting and satin polishing, echoing the appearance of the “frosted gold” case and sunburst dial.

Both models are finished with a dark blue alligator leather strap and large square case, and also include a blue textured rubber strap with a constellation pattern. The folding clasp of each strap matches the “frosted gold” of the case.

Audemars Piguet’s latest flying tourbillon is equipped with a diamond-encrusted carriage

Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet is no stranger to making timekeeping masterpieces. Today, its Royal Oak Concept is once again advanced by the Frosted Gold Flying Tourbillon, plus Bracket set with diamonds.

The innovative design starts with the 38.5 mm Royal Oak Concept case, which is available in white gold or rose gold. The top of the bezel and engraved lugs are decorated with a frosted effect, which was jointly developed with jeweler Carolina Bucci and provides a playful texture method that contrasts sharply with the polished bezel edges and brushed case sides.

The unique case contains a more unique dial, which is composed of a series of concentric ellipses, in a gradual blue shade of the sun, attracting attention to the six o’clock position where the heart of the watch is: a flying tourbillon A carriage with 19 brilliant-cut diamonds on the tourbillon. At the end of the clock is a dark blue alligator leather strap and a shiny rubber strap, with the same color tone, perfectly matching the layered dial.