Been enjoying some non-AP lately. Love the feeling to put one back on. Safari today. For me, it is one of the most original versions of a basic themes Royal Oak Offshore. And I realized my stucco color is Safariesque...
I must highlight MichaelC as nurturing my overall appreciation for the ROO line, and in particular this model. I love the understated interplay of steel and grey tones which change depending on ambient lighting.
When it comes to Royal Oak Offshore, one would naturally think of a beef-up Royal Oak in rubber or sometimes leather strap. It’s matches the theme better, as an oversized sports watch meant for the water/sea. But every time I put on the rubber straps for
The code 11:59 always seem to look better with a tourbillon, chronograph or some other complication to break up the dial. I've always said that the case is great, the movements are top notch, the dials are the issue and the skinny hands are a big issue. S
Most of the dials didn't please me, at the exception of the Tourbillon open dial and the Super Sonnerie. The case is superb, I really like the blend of shapes. But the dials and the hands... They should really change that. In a more daring, or at least in
...which I believe was the main concern many collectors had with these new references last year. Even though I'm honestly still far from an enthusiast, since I had a chance to see the Code in person, I'm also much more positive about what AP is trying to
Today I decided to do a “drive by” to the AP Boutique, since I broke under the forums presure😜 and decided to buy the Montoya Titanium that I had on loan for a week. I needed to order a new strap, and also a rubber strap so I can make it a bit more wearab