Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph Stainless Steel 42mm Black Arabic Leather Strap 26470ST.OO.A028CR.01 - BRAND NEW

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph Stainless Steel 42mm Black Arabic Leather Strap 26470ST.OO.A028CR.01 - BRAND NEW

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INFORMATION

Condition
Brand New
Box/Papers
Box & Papers
Brand
Audemars Piguet
Model Number
26470ST.OO.A028CR.01
Series
Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
Model Year
2014 - 2021

CASE

Crown
Screw Down
Bezel
Octagonal Bezel
Movement
Automatic
Case Back
Transparent
Material
Steel
Case Size
42 mm
Case Shape
Octagonal

DIAL

Dial Type
Analog
Dial Color
Black
Dial Markers
Arabic

BRACELET

Band Material
Leather
Clasp
Pin Buckle

ADDITIONAL INFO

Gender
Men's
Country of Manufacture
Switzerland
Complication
Date, Chronograph
 

Description

Hey, welcome back to JazTime. JazTime.com is an online store that buys, sells and trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so you can easily choose the best watch for yourself in the comfort of your own home. We offer the lowest prices than anywhere online. If you'd like to know the price, simply click on the links in the description below. We greatly appreciate if you purchase your next watch from us at JazTime.com. Today we'll be taking a look at the Audemars Piguet. This one a Royal the offshore self-winding chronograph. Reference number 2-6-4-7-0-S-T with a black dial and sort of like blue accents for some of the sub-dial and inner bezel finishing there. This one on a black leather bracelet appears to be, or it could be extremely dark blue, so dark blue that I can't even see it on my mono-grain. But anyway, again the reference number 2-6-4-7-0-S-T. I'll be going over the case, the dial, the bezel, crown functions, the movement and the bracelet and I'll be, or the strap, rather. And I'll give you my thoughts on these throughout the video, and I'll put it on my wrist, 7 inches, so you have an idea of what it looks like. So taking, taking a look at the case here, we have 42 millimeters from finger to thumb. That's from 2 o'clock to 8 o'clock position, typical measurement for a case size. Also from the 10 to 4 same distance, same 42 millimeters. Although it says 42 millimeters, it wears more like a 43, 44, kind of like a 45 almost. But anyway, I'll show you later on my wrist. The overall thickness for this watch, fourteen and a half millimeters, so quite thick and chunky. Nothing less, wouldn't expect anything less from Audemars Piguet for their Royal Oak Offshore line. Again, this one is all in stainless steel. As you can see a nice set in brush finishing along all of the finishes here. At least on the front portion of the watch. If you're looking at his face on, you can see on the front of the bezel, as well as on the front of the case and the case side, sort of running from the 12 o'clock to the o'clock side of the watch. So basically running vertically as well, and on the same side with the crown guards and the pushers as well. Right? And you also have a generally a nice small high polish region going along the edges, sort of like along that first bevel of the case, sort of giving it a, sort of very, a modular sort of look. Same with the bezel here, sitting on the front with a big rubber gasket, keeping it nice and airtight or watertight rather. This is a sports watch, anyway. The first bevel also a nice high polish with satin-brush finishing going concentrically around the bezel there. If I can focus properly there. Alright. And also a very good design choice here from Audemars Piguet for the screw system on the front of this case. These are basically held in place while the back is unscrewed. By the way, the case back also a sort of like concentric finish there with a screw system there, and the exhibition case back for the movement for the bezel. You do have these hexagonal screws all placed in such a way that their slots also sort of follow that gestalt visual perception, principle of closure in which they sort of make this semi-visible circle to really make that sense of, you know, enclosing the dial there. And speaking of which, you do have the style with an inner bezel, being a nice blue sand finish as well with a tachymeter for the use of the, the chronometer there. The chronograph rather. You also have Arabic numerals for most of the numbers, you know, minus the 3, 6, 9, and obviously the 12. Those have semi-index markers, but very, very small to see. And it's much easier to see them with the lights off because there is the Super-LumiNova there, applied onto all of these numerals, as well as the tiny index marks and the Royal Oak hands for the minutes and hours hands. Nothing for the rest of them. Not that you'd really need them because, well, if you have enough light to actually shine onto the dial, you'll have enough to actually read the time or at least, you know, see the time much more easily. You have the chronograph features here. 12 hours at the 6 o'clock, 30 minutes at the 9 o'clock, center mounted chronograph hand to tick up the seconds. And you also have these small seconds at the 12 o'clock position, all in their own little sub-dials. A very nice subtle, shade of blue, slightly offset from that méga tapisserie black in the very background. All 18 carat white gold settings for the numbers, as well as the hands to prevent the tarnishing there. All right, now, taking a look here at the functions. Relatively simple, just simply unwind the crown through clock position. You can wind the launch, if you're at a dead stop. About 20 to 34 wines gets you to the full power reserve. Nice and easy there. Pull the crown out to the next position. You can continue to wind it clockwise and advance the date forward at that date aperture. Kind of hard to see with my lighting set up here, but it's certainly there. Sort of like under its own little bubble, giving it that sort of slightly maritime feel. Alright, so continue to wind it and you can advance it as necessary. Alright. So pulling the crown out to the final position, you can then advance the minute hand or, and by extension the hour hand, depending on which way you'd like to wind it. Alright? And then whenever you need to set the time properly, just follow the position of that seconds hand, which has also stopped giving you that hacking function. So you can place the minute hand precisely wherever it needs to go based on its position. Once you've got nicely, nicely synced up to an internal clock, press the crown back in, screw it back tightly against the case to ensure the superior water resistance of the watch. Nice and easy. Alright, you also have the chronograph pushers here. The top one starts and stops the center mounted chronograph hand nice and easy. No stuttering, no weird movements. Just nice and clean movements. And it's also a nice crisp click for that chronograph. The vertical column wheel on the inside vertical clutch allows for this chronograph to continue running without any wear on the movement. So you can actually use this as your own center mounted seconds hand. You can ignore that small seconds at the 12 o'clock and it works just fine, alright? When you no longer need it, just simply press the top button to stop it and then press the bottom button to reset it as well as the chronograph dials at the 6 and 9 o'clock positions. Nice and easy there. So what makes all of this work? It's the movement on the inside of the caliber. 31, 26/38, 40, right, made in-house by Audemars Piguet. You have the chronograph hours, minutes and small seconds with the date function, 59 jewels with 365 total parts, 29.92 millimeters in diameter. So basically whatever you see here, that's all it really is. And that's really why a lot of the functionality is very much sort of, sort of pulled in from the edges of the launch because well, that's all the movement it actually covers physically in its diameter. It gives you a frequency of 3, 3 Hertz or 21,600 vibrations per hour. And with that 22 carat gold winding rotor with the Audemars and Piguet family crests there, you can actually continue to wind this watch nicely and easily by wearing it on your wrist. The overall power reserve here, 50 hours, so about two days and a full steel construction allows you to wear this basically every other day should you so desire. So no problem there. You can set it down every other day, you pick it back up, you know, after the weekend, or just pick it up on Sunday. Just give it a nice wind and you can put it back on Monday, nice and easy. You also have, on this model, a black leather strap? I'm going to say it's a black leather strap. It could be an extremely dark blue. But it has white stitching along the sides, large scales from the case side and tapering down to smaller scales, as you get closer to the clasp. Right now, this one has a fold-over clasp with sizing holes on it. With a couple of minor loops. The first one stationary, the second one adjustable, right? And when you open up the clasp, simply pull to open it. Alright? Snaps open, and you have the large AP clasp there. Sort of their branding in a very, very elegant method of display, alright? And while I'm here, I'll try it on my wrist and give you my thoughts as to how it wears on mine. 7 inches in circumference. I don't have this sized for me properly. But to give you an idea, basically, this is what it looks like on 7 inches. Quite a big boy, quite a chunker. And this is what I mean when I say it wears almost like a 45 because of the large crown guards and the chrono-pushers, it really increases the case size. And visually the case itself is really, really big compared to the dial. So that really just gives you much more of that wrist presence. Really, really recognizable as an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak offshore. On my wrist, 7 inches, the overhang of the lugs is not too bad if I have this strap sized nicely. And actually it does give you a little bit of breathing room under these lugs quite nicely. And that's, that's just for me. If you have a wider, a wrist that's more wide than round like mine, then you probably wouldn't have quite as much breathing room, but you, again, you can size us on the fly because you do have that freedom to, you know, to size this nicely and easily using the leather strap. And looking at it face on, very easy to read with the Arabic numerals. It really doesn't get easier than this. Having a black with light presentation. makes it super high contrast, very easy to see, and with the sort of white gold Royal Oak hands with their own luminescence, along with that chronograph hand completely white itself, makes it very easy to read in any lighting situation. And when the lights are off, you only get all of what, you basically get everything that is absolutely necessary. The hours and the positions of the minute and hour hands. Because well, when you're timing things in the dark, well, you generally don't really do that. Do you? So, basically it all makes sense here, but enough of what I think. What do you guys think about this watch? Let us know down in the comments below what you think about this Royal Oak or this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore. Chronograph reference number 2-6-4-7-0-S-T with a black face dial, blue accents, especially on that inner bezel. You can also see them on the sub-dials there. This one with a leather strap. Alright. So let us know down in the comments below what you think. If you enjoyed this video, hit the like button. Be sure to subscribe if you haven't already and hit the bell notification so you'll be notified when we go live with another video like this one. As always, if you'd like to purchase this watch or any other watch, visit our store @jaztime.com Link is in the description below where you can get it for the lowest possible price anywhere online. If this one happens to sell and we don't have one on our desk, we either got it or we'll find it for you. No problem. Take care. We'll see you in the next video.

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