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Audemars Piguet has been crafting exceptional chronograph wristwatches with creatively designed dials for well over 80 years. In 2017, the very first Royal Oak Chronograph wristwatch is celebrating its 20th Anniversary as it was first introduced in 1997.
This year’s new range of chronographs harks back to a much-loved look first seen in 2008. Just like the vintage examples from the 1930s – 1960s, the dials of the Royal Oak Chronograph have always been thoughtfully designed. All models in the new series feature a fresh, two-tone dial design with several new yet subtle details: chronograph counters of increased size that expand at 9 o-clock and 3 o’clock, shorter but wider hour-markers, additional luminescent coating for a better readability of the hour and new typeset and transfers. The date window, meanwhile, has been re-located between the four and five o'clock positions.
These design details are showcased in a wide combination of finishes, led by four versions in pink gold which are available on a matching, pink gold bracelet or an alligator strap and with a choice of brown or blue 'Grande Tapisserie' dials.
The steel versions of the watch are offered with a choice of “Grande Tapisserie” dials in black, silver or blue and are fitted with stainless steel bracelets.