Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept GMT Tourbillon
Originally released in 2002, the audemars piguet royal oak concept gmt tourbillon was named the ultra-modern version of Royal Oak on the 30th Anniversary Edition of the famous luxury sports watch designed by Gerald Genta. The 2014 version is more "summer" than any previous model, with a titanium case and light white ceramic (the bezel, crown, push rod and hourglass structure on the movement). The interior of the watch features a modified original movement with the new Audemars Piguet 2930 movement. The case is 44 mm wide, but it is very large due to the large lug structure.
In addition to modern design, the Royal Oak Concept GMT Tourbillon has some interesting features. Of course, the left side is the tourbillon and the right is the GMT disc, which provides the second time zone. The movement has a long power reserve of 10 days between the two barrels. In addition, the movement is equipped with a function selector and a fixed crown. A pusher on the housing is used to circulate between the crown for winding, set time or in a neutral position.
Technical specifications from Audemars Piguet
Caliber 2930, manual winding manufacturing
Total diameter: 35.60mm (153⁄4 line)
Quantity: 29 pieces: 291
Power reserve: 237h
Balance frequency: 3Hz (21,600vph)
White ceramic bridge
Finishing: Hand-finished bridges and motherboards, hand-finished cutting parts, polished angles, hand-painted document strokes on the upper surface and matt finishes below.
Anti-glare sapphire crystal mirror and bottom cover
White ceramic bezel
Spiral crown and white ceramic button
Water resistant to 100 meters
Location of the hollowed out second time zone indicator at the 6 o'clock position of the crown position indicator
Tourbillon at 9 o'clock, black anodized aluminum bridge
Home oak hand with luminescent coating
Black anodized aluminum inner ring
White rubber strap with titanium AP folding clasp
24-hour GMT display
Day and night indication
Hours and minutes
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