Audemars Piguet has released four new gem-set 37mm Royal Oak Offshore watches to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the collection


Audemars Piguet has expanded its 37mm Royal Oak Offshore collection with four gem-set chronographs as part of the 30th-anniversary celebrations of the Offshore. Predominantly targeting ladies, all four options come with jewel-encrusted bezels paired with colorful dials. The case design is pretty much unchanged and it measures 12.4mm in thickness. The new timepieces feature dials that are decorated with the watchmaker’s signature tapisserie motif; however, the printed Audemars Piguet logo seen on the previous models has been replaced by the applied AP monogram. In addition to that, the snailed section under the index ring has also been replaced with more truncated pyramids, giving the dial a much more cleaner and balanced appearance.


The bezels of the stainless steel model and one of the 18K pink-gold timepieces have 32 brilliant-cut diamonds. The pink gold model features a quirky color combination with a light blue dial and pink gold applied markers paired with a beige rubber strap with a pink gold buckle. On the other hand, the stainless steel model has a salmon dial with white gold applied hour markers and a grey rubber strap with a stainless steel buckle. Thanks to the use of softer colors on these two models, they feature a relatively understated and suave look.

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The second rose gold model gets a full spectrum of 32 baguette-cut colored gems, which include ruby, tsavorite, topaz, tanzanite, amethyst, and sapphires in shades of orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, and pink. The gem-set bezel frames a black dial, which is matched with a black rubber strap.


Finally, the 18K yellow gold model gets a bezel that features a yellow-to-blue gradient of 32 baguette-cut green tsavorites and blue and yellow sapphires. This one has a striking royal blue dial and can be had with a blue or green rubber strap. All four models are powered by in-house automatic Audemars Piguet Caliber 2385 movement that offers 40 hours of reserve. The stainless steel version is the most affordable with a price tag of $40,500, while the multi-colored models are both priced at $110,900, making them the most expensive out of the four.

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