In-Depth with Audemars Piguet’s First Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon

We all know Audemars Piguet for the incredible Royal Oak that was presented in 1972. This notorious watch was trailed by two other significant dispatches. In 1992, the brand reexamined its extravagance sports watch in a powerful, more manly form, the Royal Oak Offshore. Thirty years after the presentation of the debut Royal Oak, in 2002, Audemars Piguet presented another line in the family, the Royal Oak Concept, with a recently molded case and no dial to uncover the movement.

The Royal Oak Concept has consistently been a feature for development and exploration at Audemars Piguet. Creative materials, complex shapes, new complications – for example the first SuperSonnerie or the LapTimer – or more each of the, an inclination for nervy, intense plans describe the Concept watches. Recently, Audemars Piguet presented a new flying design for the tourbillon, and the first ladies’ (yet not carefully made for ladies) Royal Oak Concept watch.

Today we’re satisfied to introduce our most recent inside and out video, taking a gander at Audemars Piguet’s First Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon. To direct us through this subject, we’ve welcomed Audemars Piguet’s history specialist, Michael L. Friedman, to disclose to us more about this new achievement for the brand.

More subtleties in the video at the highest point of this article and on www.audemarspiguet.com .