Some of us may forget that two decades ago before the Royal Oak became so popular, Audemars Piguet were making some astonishing dress watches. Fortunately for me, these watches now offer excellent value for money in the used market and I am considering pl
Even though my nickname is Langepedia, I have nothing to do with the company so my thoughts are mine only. Starting the new line; it is not really, really a new line, is it? Still houses the Royal Oak cues with its case; which was outsourced back then. To
I SEE THERE ARE TWO HANDS? ON THE SMALL SECONDS DISPLAY AS THE HAND IS MUCH LONGER THAN NORMAL FOR A SMALL SECONDS HAND-I ASSUME THAT THE PIN HOLE SETS THE GMT TIME-HOW ACCURATE CAN YOU SET IT-HOURS ONLY( GMT) OR HOURS QUARTERS OR HOURS QUARTERS AND MINUT
I've always preferred the traditional "tricompax" subdial layout at 3, 6, and 9. And on a sport model, the date at 4:30 works fine. As mentioned on here already, I have to assume the new 4400 flyback caliber will be in this 42mm Offshore before too long.
(Picture borrowed from net) I have an opportunity to have this piece and will see it in person in a few days when I’m in Beirut (Nico I know you will object to the date ) What do you guys think of this AP RO ultra thin skeleton
Wanted to share my latest acquisition, after a (way too long) wait... the Royal Oak Double Balance Wheel. So excited! I used to have the 15305ST, in 39mm. Both versions are absolutely stunning. Initially I was a bit concerned about the larger size, but it
Tried out the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Skeleton (limited 200). Had on my own AP 15305 skeleton at the time so I could do a visual comparison. Previously, I tried on E Sharp’s Octo and while flat, I found the watch taking up a lot of real estate on my wrist.
Very happy to finally land this super rare and hard to get AP Openworks 15407ST in Stainless Steel. The 41mm SS AP Royal Oak Openworks features several improvements over the older 15305 version. It has a gold bridge across the balance wheel and there are