Three rare types of replica the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore for you specially

The Royal Oak Offshore from Audemars Piguet celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2018, which is a famous brand and has released various updating pieces constantly to the market all the way. With different dials, materials, and complex functions, many watches have become rather popular within the collecting community. Whether through unique partnerships in racing, or the brand’s designers experimenting with new materials, there have been some marvelous Offshore models to rush into the market these years.
Sometimes these pieces are quite rare according to the model, particularly for some special boutique editions that were often limited to produced 50 pieces only. Rather than focus on those rare birds, here we’d like to introduce another three trios of unique Offshore models which are very popular among consumers.
First released in 2009 as a chronograph and 2012 as a 3-hand Offshore Diver, actually Audemars Piguet was the first major to play with forged carbon for its casing in the luxury watch industry. These new cases are both light and durable, also providing a stealthy blacked-out look without the pitfalls that come with DLC or PVD coatings. In both cases, these replica watches feature a ceramic bezel and bold contrasting yellow accents on their dials and hands. Of the two variants, the 42mm diver is the more understated of the duo, as its yellow accents are more tool-focused. Its inner rotating bezel is highlighted in yellow through the first 15 of its 60 minutes, so is its broad minute hand. Firstly the watch wasn’t produced as a limited edition with the price of $27,500, however, it has not been produced anymore. Now the retail price is about in the range of $18-$22,000 according to a different case.
As part of their sponsorship of the competitive sailing team Alinghi, the design team at Audemars Piguet created a wonderful limited-edition Offshore in 2003. The black dialed piece with red accents features a dual time complication, as well as a date and power reserve indication, and all told its perfect design is amazing enough to appeal to those who are little or no care for the world of sailing. The Alinghi’s case and bracelet are crafted of titanium and measures 42mm across, making it relatively lightweight when compared to other steel or gold Offshore models. Limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide, these watches don’t hit the market too often, however they aren’t impossible to track down. Except for this model, regatta timer cased in either gold, carbon, or platinum, as well as a steel-cased chronograph were offered during the span of the Audemars Piguet/Alinghi partnership, however, this dual time model is still the hero-piece of the collection.
Reubens Barrichello II is absolutely one of the more heavy AP watches, which was announced in 2006 in tribute to the famed Formula One driver. Although technically its case diameter is also 42mm, the oversized design of its pushers, crown, and crown guards give the piece some serious visual heft. Instead of the typical tapisserie dial seen on your conventional Royal Oak and Offshore models, this model features a cutaway pattern that exposes part of its self-winding caliber 2326/2840. As a clever nod to Barrichello’s Brazilian roots, the hands of each of its subdials are finished in green, blue, and yellow. Its pushers and bezel are finished in black ceramic. If you want to own or wear more fantastic Audemars Piguet replica watches, please click here to know more.