Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph 42mm
The new “Beast” features a 42mm by 15.3mm black ceramic case and bracelet, a black “Petite Tapisserie” dial with three counters at 6-9-12 o’clock and a round date window at 3 o’clock. Powered by the automatic movement Caliber 4404 with 433 components, beats 28,800 Vph and offers up to 70 hours of power reserve. This flyback chronograph is available at a price of €84,000.
Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph 43mm
Outside wears a black ceramic case with yellow gold push-piece guards, studs and cap crown, and a sapphire case back. The black dial with Méga Tapisserie pattern comes with three counters at 3-6-9 o’clock and a date window at 4 ½ o’clock. Inside is powered by the Caliber 4401 automatic movement with 381 parts, which runs 28,800 Vph and offers up to 70 hours of power reserve. The column wheel flyback chronograph is available for €60,000.
Royal Oak Selfwinding 37mm – Yellow Gold Model with a Natural Turquoise Dial
Ref.: 15550BA.OO. 1356BA.01
The new Royal Oak, presented in an 18k yellow gold case measuring 37mm in diameter and 8.9mm thick and with an integrated bracelet, stands out for its turquoise dial extracted from a natural stone in Mexico, making each dial unique. On the dial, we can also find applied yellow gold hour markers and hands filled with Super-LumiNova and a date window at 3 o’clock. Inside lives the Caliber 5900 with an automatic movement with a frequency of 4 Hz and a power reserve of 60 hours. The new Royal Oak can be had for a price of €61,200.
Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronographs 38 mm
Ref.: 26715BC.ZZ.1356BC.02 (white gold)
Ref.: 26715OR.ZZ.1356OR.02 (pink gold)
Two new Royal Oak Chronographs in two types of gold feature a black onyx dial with baguette-cut diamonds adorn on the bezel and hour markers. The dial displayed the traditional three registers at 3-6-9 o’clock, a date window at 4 ½ o’clock and applied hour markers and hands filled with luminescent material. Inside, the In-house Caliber 2385 runs at 21,600 Vph and offers up to 40 hours of power reserve. Prices are available on request.
Royal Oak “Jumbo” Extra-thin 39mm
Ref.: RO 16202BC.OO.1240BC.02
The new Royal Oak Jumbo which wears a white gold case of 39mm and is only 8.1mm thick, presents itself with a blue-grained sparkle dial that evokes a clear night sky above Le Brassus. Still on the dial, applied hour markers and hands all filled with luminescent material and date window at 3 o’clock. Powered by the Caliber 7121 automatic movement, which runs at 28,800 Vph and offers up to 55 hours of power reserve. It is a model that will be available exclusively in the brand’s official boutiques for a price of €78,000.
Royal Oak Selwinding 34mm, 37mm and 38mm (Chronograph)
Ref.: 77451BC.ZZ.1261BC.01 (34mm)
Ref.: 15551BC.ZZ.1356BC.01 (37mm)
Ref.: 26715BC.ZZ.1356BC.01 (38mm)
Three new Royal Oaks come with a white gold case and integrated bracelet with 32 baguette-cut diamonds on the bezel. The smoked blue dial comes with the Grande Tapisserie pattern, baguette-cut diamonds on the hour markers, and hands filled with luminescent material. It should also be noted that the 34 and 37mm models also feature a date window at 3 o’clock while the 38mm chronograph model features a date window at 4 ½ o’clock and three sub-dials. Inside the two-three hand models are powered by Calibers 5800 (34mm) and 5900 (38mm), which operate at 28,800 Vph and offer up to 50 and 60 hours of power reserve respectively, while the chronograph version is served by Caliber 2385 which operates at 21,600 Vph and offers up to 50 hours of power reserve, which is visible through the sapphire case back. Prices are available on request.
Royal Oak Selfwinding 41mm, Chronograph 41mm and Flying Tourbillon 41mm
Ref.: 15510BC.OO.1320BC.02 (three hands)
Ref.: 26240BC.GG.1324BC.02 (chronograph)
Ref.: 26730BC.ZZ.1320BC.02 (tourbillon)
There are three more new Royal Oak models but unlike the three above, they all have the same case size at 41mm in diameter, the differences here are in the complications they add. Case and bracelet dresses in white gold with baguette-cut diamonds on the bezel. They also display a smoked blue dial albeit in a lighter shade with a Grande Tapisserie motif. Among the three models, there are three hands and a date window at three o’clock, a chronograph with the usual three registers at 3-6-9 o’clock and a date window at 4 ½ hours, and finally, the flying tourbillon with two central hands and tourbillon at 6 hours. The first two come equipped with an automatic Caliber 4302 and 4401 movement respectively, operating at 28,800 Vph and offering up to 70 hours of power reserve, while the Tourbillon model is supported by the Caliber 2950, which runs at 21,600 Vph and offers up to 65 hours power reserve. These three watches will initially be available exclusively in Japan until July 2023 and will then be distributed worldwide. The first two can be purchased for €63,600 and €90,600 while the Tourbillon model is available on request.
Royal Oak Selfwinding Chronograph 41mm
This new Royal Oak, presented on the outside in a 41mm white gold case with 32 baguette-cut blue sapphires, also comes with an integrated bracelet in the same material. The blue dial with a Grande Tapisserie pattern features three light blue counters in addition to the usual date window at 4 ½ o’clock. Powered by the Caliber 4401 automatic movement, it operates at a frequency of 4 Hz and offers up to 70 hours of power reserve. Like the previous 41mm trio, it will initially be available only in Japan from May to the end of June and will then be available in the rest of the world. Price is available on request.
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