Audemars Piguet embraces the world of music with five new Royal Oak Offshore references interpreted in 37 and 43 mm sizes and in different materials: two models in titanium, two in gemset 18-carat white gold and one in black ceramic. These new models with their Tapisserie dials bearing the pattern of an equaliser commonly seen in recording studios, celebrate the creative synergies that the Manufacture has been cultivating with the music world for several years.

Available in 37 mm and 43 mm the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Music Edition titanium models feature a blue dial that serves as a background for the printed coloured VU meter, creating a shimmering contrast.

The dial is complemented by the AP monogram in polished white gold, as well as 18-carat white gold hour-markers and hands featuring a luminescent coating for optimum visibility, particularly in the darkness of concert halls.

Both models come with the interchangeable strap system introduced in 2021. A first for the 37 mm timepieces.

The new Royal Oak Offshore Music Edition also includes two white gold 37 mm and 43 mm models whose dial and bezel are set with coloured “Harmony”-cut stones. Both feature a blue aventurine dial depicting a musical VU meter.

The ten colours composing the columns of the equaliser are achieved by using the invisible setting technique for various gems. Similar coloured stones also adorn the bezel, harmoniously matching the shades of the dial.

The 43 mm Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Music Edition model is also available in black ceramic, underlined by titanium details, is lit up by the equaliser composed of 10 different colours printed onto the Tapisserie motif.

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