OT: New watch.............some pics

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OT: New watch.............some pics

EricSenna
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EricSenna
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March 11th, 2012, 11:38 am #1

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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March 11th, 2012, 12:03 pm #2

Looks good! enjoy that

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March 11th, 2012, 12:12 pm #3

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Wear it in good health!

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25A & 380N for now...


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paneristi-europe
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March 11th, 2012, 12:25 pm #4

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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the ROOs are always beautiful in carbon.

A very nice watch!
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March 11th, 2012, 12:33 pm #5

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Impressive! Congrats and wear it in the best of health!
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March 11th, 2012, 12:39 pm #6

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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March 11th, 2012, 12:51 pm #7

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Congrats & wear it in gd health Eric!



Officine Panerai~ more than a watch... it's fun to wear a war tools on wrist!!

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March 11th, 2012, 1:25 pm #8

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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I've tried this nice piece few months ago in Selfridges London and it was stunning on wrist.

Wear it in best of health my friend.

Have a great weekend.

Khalid - Saudi Arabia
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Confunktion
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March 11th, 2012, 2:15 pm #9

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Huge congrats that this is THE AP imho.

Cheers,

-TLG
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March 11th, 2012, 2:26 pm #10

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Absolutely gorgeous! (nt)
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March 11th, 2012, 3:02 pm #11

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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...LOVE it.

Cheers,
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March 11th, 2012, 4:10 pm #12

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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March 11th, 2012, 4:12 pm #13

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Congrats and enjoy that stunning watch:)

"Life's an adventure, you might as well wear a Panerai"
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March 11th, 2012, 5:05 pm #14

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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March 11th, 2012, 5:08 pm #15

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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You're giving me some ideas...

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March 11th, 2012, 5:44 pm #16

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Just beautiful!

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March 11th, 2012, 6:23 pm #17

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Stunning ,enjoy in good health !!!
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March 12th, 2012, 4:56 am #18

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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Congrats Eric ) I'm a bit jealous since I can't pull off a ROO properly with those skinny wrists!



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sajafzal
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March 12th, 2012, 11:18 am #19

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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The cars very nice too.

Wear in the best of health

Saj
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March 13th, 2012, 2:57 am #20

AP launched three all new 44mm Royal Oak Offshore's a few months back. I've seen and tried on the steel and gold versions they looked great apart from the contrasting sub dials which I'm not a big fan of. Everything else about the watches was stunning. Until a few days ago I was yet to see the Forged Carbon model in the flesh. Unfortunately for me I got a call from one of my dealers who just got one in. I knew I had to have it as soon as I picked it up. I can't remember the last time I liked a watch this much. It's just amazing to wear. Light (but not too light), with a solid feel and super comfortable, it seems to just wrap itself around the wrist.

The fit, finish and overall quality is just top drawer. Everything about it oozes class. Materials used in the forged carbon model really look great together too. Case is a whole block of forged carbon which has a lovely smooth warm feel and looks like a mixture of marble and metal which constantly looks different depending on the light. Ceramic bezel, ceramic pushers and winder. Beaded titanium pusher surrounds, brushed titanium pusher edges, buckle, strap links and back. White gold hands and indices.

Please excuse the poor quality iphone shots. I'll try and take better pics during the week. I wish Martin was here to take pictures of this piece as it's just stunning in the flesh.


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is your steering wheel on the wrong side???? ;~)

Chuck A

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