Meet Royal Oak Las Vegas Strip Collection from Audemars Piguet

Oct 08, 2009
Las Vegas is undoubtedly a city, where even the wildest dreams can turn into reality. Encouraged by this amazing place, the universally-famous luxury watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet is proud to present the Royal Oak Las Vegas Strip Collection, which includes four exceptional models, eloquently demonstrating the watchmaker’s unparalleled prowess.

While creating its new audacious, yet refined masterpieces, Audemars Piguet, one of the favorite brands of, has succeeded in conveying a true spirit of Las Vegas Strip.

Created by the brand in 1972, the Royal Oak watch represented a genuine breakthrough in the world of horology. It was the first ever stainless steel sports timepiece, fitted with the signature octagonal bezel, which has become extremely popular with the customers all over the world.

Royal Oak Offshore Las Vegas Strip Chronograph
The Royal Oak Offshore Las Vegas Strip Chronograph offers up a unique contrast feel. The delicately finished blackened steel case, featuring its thoroughly developed and fragile geometry, is assembled with a dial, which reveals a richly textured “Mega Tapisserie” embellishment.

Thus, a duo of case and dial creates a perfect background for brilliant red numerals and a tachymetric bezel. The latter offers a function of measuring speed over a measured distance.

Animating the functions of the Royal Oak Offshore Las Vegas Strip Chronograph is the in-house manufactured caliber 3126/3840, based on the self-winding caliber 3120. It is considered to be the finest movement, ever created in the watchmaking industry.

Exposing the attractive engraving “Las Vegas Strip” on its case-back, the Las Vegas Strip Chronograph is an extremely understated model. At the same time, the watch can face any adventure due to distinctive features it includes: midnight black pushers and crowns, antimagnetic protection, provided for the mechanism inside, as well as water-resistance, which is assured to 100 meters.

The timepiece comes with a “Hornback” black crocodile strap, featuring contrasting red stitching and blackened steel Audemars Piguet folding clasp. This model is also accompanied by two sets of Audemars Piguet playing cards.

The chronograph has been released in limited edition of 400 items.

Royal Oak Offshore Las Vegas Strip Chronograph in Diamonds and White Gold
White gold, this very model is sculptured in, represents a perfect background for 369 brilliant cut diamonds. This diamond-studded Audemars Piguet watch exposes the decorative art of precious stones’ mounting, which requires intensive efforts and impeccable craftsmanship of the specialists.

Before mounting, every gem is thoroughly chosen with respect to its cut, color and clarity. The diamonds in the bezel, for example, are intentionally somewhat different in size in order the perfect circle of the inner bezel to be wedded harmoniously to the octagonal geometry of the outer bezel. The Audemars Piguet folding clasp is embellished with the same infinite care lavished on details.

This diamond-paved Royal Oak Offshore Las Vegas Strip Chronograph is powered by the in-house manufactured caliber 3126/ 3840.

The watch is secured to the wrist on a “Hornback” black crocodile strap, which features contrasting black stitching. It also comes with two packs of Audemars Piguet playing cards, as well as a complete set of poker chips.

This model has been released in limited edition of 60 items.

Ladies’ Royal Oak Offshore Self-winding Chronograph with Diamonds in White Gold
This Offshore Las Vegas Strip chronograph reveals the amazing beauty of larger diamond set in a decidedly feminine profile.

This model’s case, sculptured in white gold, is a true piece of art, featuring 323 brilliant cut diamonds, mounted by highly qualified specialists. Decorated with the black “Mega Tapisserie” pattern, the dial exposes alluring red counters with individual brilliant cut diamonds, which substitute for numerals at the hour markers.

Animating the watch functions is the ultra flat self-winding chronograph caliber 2385, with the date, located at 4.30. The diamonds, mounted on the Audemars Piguet folding clasp, are also a tribute to the ultimate elegance.

Fitted with a black rubber screw-down crown and black rubber pushers, the watch offers 20-meter water-resistance.

This Offshore Las Vegas Strip chronograph comes with a black leather strap, as well as two sets of Audemars Piguet playing cards. This model has been launched in limited edition of 60 pieces.

Royal Oak Las Vegas Strip Manual Wind Tourbillon with Chronograph
Demanding watch enthusiasts are aware of the fact that the tourbillon was initially conceived with the purpose of improving the performance of a pocket watch by means of revolving the entire escapement through a 360 degree circle once per minute, ensuring this way the precise time-keeping. This technological accomplishment was conceived by a master watchmaker at the French royal court in the early 19th century.

Nowadays, tourbillon is a means of demonstrating excellent craftsmanship. The Las Vegas Strip Tourbillon Chronograph incorporates this perfect construction along with other advanced complications. The painstakingly finished tourbillon carriage can be seen beneath a specially coated red colored bridge, which is secured to the dial.

The model features a blackened steel case fitted with a crown and pushers, manufactured of the same material.

The Audemars Piguet watch is accompanied by a black leather strap finished with a matching blackened steel folding clasp. Offered in a special presentation box, it also comes with two sets of Audemars Piguet playing cards and a full set of poker chips.

This watch has been released as a limited series of just 35 pieces, each of them revealing an individual number.

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