So now after some of the WoW releases...I get a sense AP will probably differentiate from the crowd this week...
Maybe the pre-releases by AP (the green Royal Oak models, the Tourbillon, the divers, the new chrono movement, and the ceramic CODE models) are more in tune with the typical annual watch fair releases of different colours, upgraded movements and refined cases. That being said, even if we compare these AP pre-releases with what other makers have recently announced, I think AP was well positioned across the board.
This makes the drama even more exciting for the AP Marvel collaboration and anything else that will come in parallel - a bit of dessert and extra credit! Crossing fingers for a successful launch
PS - did anybody register for the auction on 10th April?
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Is there even a point?
If I understand correctly the auction is for 3 'experiences' with AP brand ambassadors + piece unique of a watch. Do people really expect an unveiling of a full collection? In the end AP will do what AP does, it looks like the CEO idea is to bring it in l...
I’ve been a little slower on Patek lately...
After the 175th I’ve not necessarily jumped on any of the new pieces. Stepping back, so far Patek’s releases - to put it bluntly - are so far new case materials and new dial colors. We are all jumping at a green dial Nautilus but...it’s just that - a new ...