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In recent Issues, QP has devoted plenty of space to the resurgence of ambition on British watchmaking and QP58 is no exception as we recount the debut of M [...]


QP Magazine Current Issue #58


SIHH 2013: Audemars Piguet

Wednesday 23 January 2013

Audemars Piguet's first Grande Complication timepieces were introduced in 1882, but 2013 will see the first such model in the Royal Oak Offshore collection.


The 44mm titanium and ceramic self-winding Royal Oak Offshore Grande Complication combines classical functions in an ultra high-tech case, incorporating a minute repeater, split-second chronograph and perpetual calendar.


Powered by the Calibre 2885 movement consisting of 648 components, only three of the watches will be made - each by a single artisan who will spend over 700 hours on every watch.


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