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Those who insist on the charms of analogue horological devices will rejoice at Audemars Piguet's new Royal Oak Offshore Diver, a non-chronograph model of its immediate predecessor, the 2016 Royal Oak Offshore Diver Chronograph.

Having come a long way since the first Royal Oak watch in 1972, the new model has a unique signature octagonal sports design in a 42mm stainless steel case with glare-proof sapphire crystals and caseback. With white gold-applied hour markers, the Royal Oak Offshore Diver's “Mega Trapisserie” dial features royal oak hands made luminescent to enhance visibility both underwater and on land

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 Designed to fulfil its function as a diving watch, the timepiece comes with a self-winding calibre 3120, manufactured in-house, which has up to 60 hours of reserve power. You can swim with this watch at depth of up to 300 meters. The sports watch also has a rotating inner bezel with diving scale and zone that shows 60 to 15 minutes. 

As for visual preferences, the new Royal Oak Offshore Diver's matching dial and rubber strap are available in trendy shades of dark blue, bright orange, acid yellow, and lime green. Each comes at a price of 686,900 baht. A simpler white version is also available at 657,400 baht.

For more information on the new Royal Oak Offshore Diver watch, call 0-2160-5838 or visit the Audemars Piguet Boutique at Central Embassy, G Floor.

Tags: Audemars Piguet, Swiss Watchmaker, Sports Watch, Diving Watch, Royal Oak Offshore Dive, Luxury, Watches, Royal Oak