Audemars Piguet Launched a new Royal Oak calendar watch

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Audemars Piguet launched a new Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch, including two steel, two rose gold, respectively, blue and white dial. Classic design look Jerome respect of the continuation of the classic in the 1970s made 8 angle porthole dial, eight screws through the bezel and case. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak calendar watch Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch classic design on November 10, 1972 to apply for Swiss patent CH559929. Inventor is Jerome respect of GERALD GENTA, patent cloth and Japan, the United States, France, Italy, United Kingdom. Patent owner AUDEMARS PIGUET & CO SA. Authorized the United States at the beginning of the text would be written "The purpose of the present invention is to provide a simple and reliable and has a waterproof case structure in line with the aesthetic appearance. This practical and aesthetic design both no doubt become a classic, Royal Oak Friends of the domestic very, very fond of watches. Jerome respect of GERALD GENTA 8 angle porthole design and classic 8 through screw design follows in this patent clearly see the continuation of 40 years of 80 cents porthole design and classic eight screws through the prototype. These classic platinum screws are actual role played fastening the bezel, case and caseback role in ensuring waterproof watches. Dial engraved with "Grande Tapisserie" big checkered decorative motifs Audemars Piguet has been run by the founding family (Audemars Piguet replica) since 1875. It has a profound watchmaking skill and heritage. This self-winding watch part of using a special "Suspended barrel" delay clockwork technology, while relatively simple adjustment to go, for the August 23, 2012 to apply for the European patent EP2701013, dates always accurately indicate. Balance wheel swing will be reduced by setting will be affected when you go this way, but the big side jump calendar will not be affected. As a real high table in the details of the high-end configuration, automatic chain bearing ball bearing with four rubies.