Regardless, they don't need to change their act at all. This is like people who complain athletes make too much money but still pay for tickets to the games. If the initial 75 buyers of the "limited edition" are so ruffled now, they should pass and not purchase it. But will they? Of course not. Trut
I am at a loss as to the huge commotion over it, we still have Royal Oaks, Offshores, an incredible new 15202, so many great models to choose from. But even as the tone is negative, the new line is getting loads of attention. No bad press, right? As for this version, I never cared for it. Compared t
At long last, AP has restored desirable aesthetic proportions to the wonderful Royal Oak Chronograph. The new collection (reference 26315) features a 38mm case, and the dials look terrific inside. I expect these models to prove quite popular for Audemars Piguet. Movement remains the Caliber 2385.
The hole in the dial disturbs me on some of the others, but not so in all black. It just goes to show that no one watch will be well received by everyone. And that is OK, no reason to bash and disparage what we don't like.
Only 100 lucky owners will get to experience this timepiece. I have always been lukewarm with Royal Oak Tourbillons. Better this past year, with the new radiating dial guilloche. But here in all black ceramic, the result is quite alluring, and very successful to my eyes.