In case you haven’t caught on yet, almost every family of Royal Oaks is getting some kind of revamp this year. The Royal Oak Offshore Diver – like both the Royal Oak Chronograph and Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph – is getting a few new colorways, though, unlike the others, the focus is on bright hues instead of two-tone executions. Here are five new Divers that will feel familiar but look brand new.
The Diver first burst onto the scene back in 2010 and it’s gone though a number of iterations, including versions in ceramic and forged carbon (to name just a few). Last year the Diver Chronograph was updated in colors like lime green and acid yellow (AP’s names, not ours), and they were so successful that Audemars Piguet decided to bring them to the Offshore Diver itself this year.
The basics of the watches are the same as previous Divers. You still have the 42mm steel case, the double screw-down crowns (one for setting and the other for the internal rotating bezel), and you still have the Mega Tapisserie dials. What’s new are the five new colorways, which include blue with yellow accents, yellow with blue accents, white with blue accents, green with blue accents, and orange with blue accents. They also each come with a matching strap and an additional blue strap in case you want to tone things down a bit (except the white version, which, for some reason, only comes with the white strap).
The new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Divers are priced at $19,900 (except for the white model, which is priced at $19,000).
For more, visit Audemars Piguet online.