Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Survivor

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Survivor
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Royal Oak Offshore Survivor is a chronograph by Audemars Piguet.


Who had assumed Audemars Piguet, with its success model Royal Oak Offshore, would have already exhausted all possibilities, was taught better in a spectacular way by this model presented in November 2008.

The case of this expedition watch is made of ultra-light, blackened titanium. It is driven by the exclusive automatic caliber AP 3126/3840, which has a power reserve of up to 60 hours




Self-winding manufacture movement/Chronograph AP 3126/3840, 21,600 A/h
Bi-directional winding ball-bearing rotor in 22ct gold
All movement parts decorated by hand, bridges with Geneva stripes
59 jewels
365 components
Power reserve bis zu 60 hours


Black titanium, anti-magnetic
D 42 mm, H 15.65 mm
Lower part of the octagonal bezel in titanium, upper section in ceramic
Sapphire crystal
Oversized crown
Chrono pushers with protection against accidental operation
Waterproof to 100 m
Caseback in blackened titanium with non-slip stud structure and engraved lettering Royal Oak Offshore Survivor - Limited Edition


Black mat with exclusive "Méga-Tapisserie" motive with guilloche pattern
Small seconds im silver totaliser field
Skeletonized hours and minutes hand with luminous material
Applied hour markers with luminous material


Hours, minutes, small seconds
Date with quickset date feature and protection against displacement at 24 o'clock
Chronograph with central stop hand, 30 minutes and 12 hours counter
Tachymeter scale


Vulcanized rubber, tang-type buckle in blackened titanium with safety bar

Limited edition:

1,000 pieces