Hey guys, this is Kevin from JazTime.com and today we'll be reviewing a Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph with the Safari dial. The reference number for this watch is 26470ST.OO.A801CR.01. Of course we'll have a link to this watch in the description below. We'll be going over the price, dial, bezel, case, crown, chronopushers, strap, clasp and the movement towards the end of the video, okay. Specifically for this Royal Oak, it is a limited edition boutique only piece, unfortunately it is discontinued, so you're looking at a market value of around 23 - 24, rather, around $26,000. But at JazTime.com you can get it as low as $19,400. So lets go ahead and take a look at that dial. So the dial, as I mentioned, it is a limited edition, it is the updated version of the Safari dial, previously it used to have completely ivory sub dials and ivory Mega Tapisserie pattern, but now they have a ivory Tapisserie pattern with brown sub dials. So that is the Mega Tapisserie pattern which is the larger square pattern on the back. These sub dials, as indicated at the 12 o'clock position is the second sub dial. 30 minute, 30 minute... 30 minute tracker on the nine o'clock position, and the 12 hour tracker on the six o'clock position. Each sub dial has a circular graining for added texture. Lets see if I can get a closer look at that. As you can see, around the sub dial on the six o'clock position, you see that sort of circular graining pattern, has a little more texture and a nicer look to the sub dial. The hour markers are brown Arabic numerals with luminescence coating, so this watch does glow in the dark. The hands are of white gold, and they are faceted with gives a much brighter look. The faceted meaning that you can actually see, if I tilt it over, tilt it a little bit, you can see that sort of indentation in the center of the hands. It actually gives the hands a much brighter look and it's easier to read at first glance. Besides that, we have the date wind located at the three o'clock position, with a small magnification lens for easier viewing of it. The RMR Brigade logo in the center, and we have the tachymeter on a brown steel on the inner ring of bezel. So lets see there. Alright, moving on to the bezel now, we have a beautiful sand brushed bezel with high polish hexagonal screws on the top. A high polish on the sides of the bezel as well, for more shine. The case size of this watch, it is a 42 millimeter case, with the actual worn length being 48 millimeter from left side of the case to the end of the crown. The case thickness is a very high profile case, the actual measurements being 14.55 millimeters thick. So, on the wrist, this does actually sit very high on the wrist, it won't fit under suit coat dress cuffs very nicely at all, it might actually stretch 'em out. However, the overall case shape is very, very nice. As you can see it tapers very nicely to the strap, I don't know if I bring it out a little more you can see the nice tapering that actually helps it sit on the wrist very comfortably. And heres the other side of the case, has that sand finish on the sides. For the crown, we have the AP name embossed on there, or rather the initials. One thing that's updated from the previous versions of the Royal Oak Offshore is that, it used to have rubber crowns and rubber chronopushers. They've actually updated to black ceramic, black ceramic crowns and chronopushers. So the crown has very simple functions, it unscrews counter clockwise to the hand winding position, in which you can wind the watch. Simple tug will bring you to the date setting position, in which you can change the date instantaneously. Lets show 'em now. And a final tug of the crown will put you into the final position in which you can set the hands bidirectionally. The seconds hand or the hack movement will be stopped, allowing you to adjust the time to an atomic clock down to the exact seconds, for precise time setting. Always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight back against the case as it keeps this watch water resistance for 100 meters or 330 feet. For the chronopushers, very simple to use, there are two chronopusher buttons, one at the two o'clock position, simply starts the main second hand, pressing again will stop it. The bottom one at the four o'clock position will reset that position of the main seconds hand and all the sub dials as well, except for the second sub dial. Alright, so let me go ahead and move onto the strap now. So the strap is a beautiful hand stitched hornback brown aligator leather strap. You can see that sort of hornback here, as that little indentation. Same on the other side as well. The buckle is just a very simple stainless steel pin buckles, has the AP name embossed on the buckle itself. It's actually another change in the the Royal Oak line, as the previous model's used to have a deployment buckle in which you would simple pull out and you can snap back on where as this will, this pin buckle, it's just as easy to use, it's just as easy to use and gives you more options for adjusting on the wrist. So let me actually go ahead and show you the back of the case now. And lets talk about the movement. Alright. So heres the back of the case. I do apologize for the, this plastic covering on the Audemar Piguet, this is the new style of stickers as they do cover the whole front of the case with a plastic covering that actually serves as the factory stickers you see indicated by the green highlight of the plastic. So I do apologize as it won't fully show you the beauty of the exhibition case back. But the movement is Audemar Piguet inhouse movement caliber 3126/3840. It has a 22 carat yellow gold rotor at this bottom that has the Audemar family coat of arms and the Piguet coat of arms in the left and right embossed on there. The movement itself is made up 365 parts, 59 jewels, and has a power reserve 50 hours. Meaning you could put this down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Sunday evening and it'll still be keeping time perfectly fine. So let me just go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist now. Absolutely just stunning dial the ivory and the brown that really compliment each other. So if you're interested in purchasing this model, or any other model for the lowest possible price, check out our website at JazTime.com for the lowest price guarantee, we offer free shipping and a one year warranty. If you liked the video, please like, comment or subscribe below, we have lots more to show you guys. Thanks for watching, hope to see you guys soon.