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

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

Brisk Take

Audemars Piguet has as of late received a fairly strange communication system – as opposed to authoritatively declaring probably a portion of its new models, the company rather just presents them on its site, which implies that in case you’re a customer or need to be one, you must be a bit on your toes, particularly with regards to more modest arrangement and restricted version models. Today, Audemars Piguet has dispatched a most fascinating new form of the Royal Oak “Large” super slight, that generally exemplary of all Royal Oak models. The new models have a platinum case and wristband, and also, there is a rose-gold model too. What’s more, something different not seen regularly on a Jumbo as of late: precious stone indexes.

You can discover jewel records, obviously, on diamond set Royal Oaks, yet I haven’t seen one with only diamond lists, despite the fact that I would not be shocked at all to discover it has been done sooner or later since the line dispatched in 1972. The precious stones here are set into a dark onyx dial, for both the platinum model and rose-gold models. The watches are a restricted version, it will astonish nobody to hear; besides, they are restricted in circulation geologically – there will be 70 pieces, made for AP retailer Yoshida , in Tokyo.

Beginning Thoughts

Watches with jewel files are less as often as possible seen today than in the years preceding the Quartz Crisis and the resulting renaissance of mechanical watches, and they can be fairly polarizing. They were regularly found on watches that characteristically may be delegated men’s dress watches, and they here and there seem, by all accounts, to be either excessively or sufficiently not. In case you will have precious stones by any stretch of the imagination, the deduction appears to go, bet everything (whatever that may mean) or leave them out completely. Jewels for files just appears to be similar to the valuable stone likeness a gold and steel watch. You need precious stones, yet twelve little ones are about the restriction of your budget.

They appear to work pretty doomed well in this occasion, however. They without a doubt give the watch a smidgen of a legacy feel, and in a steel watch, possibly (and just perhaps) you could contend that they smack all in all too quite a bit of economy, yet on a Jumbo with a platinum case and wristband, they read more secrecy extravagance than everything else. A card-sharp on a hot streak may need something more glittery, the better to pull in and hold the eye of Lady Luck; the gambling club proprietor higher up watching depositories brimming with money going into the vault would presumably be wearing this guy. 

With the consistently exemplary super dainty type 2121, this is a watch worth an excursion to Tokyo – or an earnest solicitation for a Zoom meeting at the very least.

The Basics

Brand: Audemars Piguet

Model: Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin (Platinum with jewel indexes)

Reference Number: 15206PT.OO.1240PT.01, 15207OR.OO.1240OR.01

Diameter: 39mm

Thickness: 8.1mm

Case Material: 950 platinum or rose gold

Dial Color: Black

Indexes: Did you by any chance read the story?

Water Resistance: 50 meters

Strap/Bracelet: Platinum or rose gold

The Movement

Caliber: 2121

Functions: Time and date

Diameter: 28.4mm

Thickness: 3.05mm

Power Reserve: 40 hours

Winding: Manual and automatic

Frequency: 19,800 vph

Jewels: 36

Evaluating & Availability

Price: Upon demand for the platinum model; $61,200 in pink gold

Availability: Upon enquiry

Limited Edition: Yes, 70 pieces dressed in platinum, 30 in rose gold

See it at AudemarsPiguet.com.

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