The Royal Oak is, without any doubt, the best-known model from Audemars Piguet. It also holds the record of being the first true sports luxury watch launched in the world, back in 1972, a timepiece that would change the landscape of modern horology forever.
Prices for the Royal Oak are all across the board, in this article we research the prices of Royal Oak models and what's a fair price for one today.
One may not typically think of watches when it comes to challenging the status quo but the birth of the Royal Oak Offshore challenged all industry standards and expectations. Like Gerald Genta’s original Royal Oak, it’s the watch that broke all the rules and gave way to a cultural shift in the luxury watch world.
While these watches may be old, they are still magnificent timepieces. Some are trading above their retail price from years ago, others are losing value as the trends shift to more flashy watches. The horological achievements in these pieces ultimately have not been able to beat the flashy new modern looking watches.
Arnold and Audemars partnership includes 11 different watches. In fact, Arnold has the most collaborative pieces in the long history of AP. One of the most popular pieces is the All-Stars. All-Stars After School Adventures is a non-profit that Arnold set up to help underprivileged kids have a place to go after school.
The Richard Mille Split Second Chronograph is a holy grail of watches. Mille's innovation of the slip second chronograph is one of the major horology innovations of the modern time. We take a look at the RM 004 as well as watches by Panerai and Audemars Piguet.
When it comes to two-tone watches, some people find them to be corny and some people really love them. Many of the two-tone watches on the market are limited edition watches. Because they are limited editions, watch collectors are attracted to the different models.
Watchmakers have pushed the limits of what is possible in the mechanical workings of a watch, but to what extent are these helpful for daily life. We take a look at the most popular complications and watches that best highlight the features.
We take a look at some of the most popular watches and what they are made of. Many watch makers are driving industry standards in a new direction with innovative materials. Today, we check out some of the top watch brands and the materials that they are using on their watches.
Today, we take a look at watches from two of today’s most popular watch brands, Audemars Piguet and Hublot. Many people view these two brands as being the most on trend right now which makes for a great pairing. Both brands are flying off the shelves, but the resale price of the AP's still remain much higher.
This week we take a look at a somewhat random group of watches from Ulysse Nardin, Audemars Piguet, and Chopard. I say random because these three watches really do not have much in common. We have a minute repeater, a tourbillon and a uniquely shaped automatic mechanical.iquely shaped automatic mechanical.
Which watch would you choose? Richard Mille, Audemars Piguet Concept or Audemars Piguet Ceramic Perpetual. We take a look at each of these three watches and break down their main features. Be sure to see the full video by subscribing to our YouTube channel.
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body.
About 15 years ago, any platinum watch out there typically had a blue dial or blue strap.
Is an average watch collector looking for what is hot and popular right now, or are they interested in the inner workings and complications that make the watch unique? We explore watches from both new watch companies and century-old watch brands to figure out if horology is dead.