Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph Titanium Ceramic 44mm Grey 26400IO.OO.A004CA.02

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph Titanium Ceramic 44mm Grey 26400IO.OO.A004CA.02

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INFORMATION

Condition
Used
Box/Papers
Box & Papers
Brand
Audemars Piguet
Model Number
26400IO.OO.A004CA.02
Series
Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph
Model Year
2014 - 2021

CASE

Crown
Screw Down
Bezel
Ceramic
Movement
Automatic
Case Back
Solid
Material
Titanium
Case Size
44 mm
Case Shape
Octagonal

DIAL

Dial Type
Analog
Dial Color
Grey
Dial Markers
Méga Tapisserie
Hands
Luminous

BRACELET

Band Material
Rubber
Clasp
Pin Buckle

ADDITIONAL INFO

Watch Style
Sports Watch
Gender
Men's
Country of Manufacture
Switzerland
 

Description

Welcome to jaztime.com. 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 anywhere online. And if you want to know the price, simply click the links in the description below. We greatly appreciate if you buy a watch from us once in a while. Today, we'll be talking about the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph, reference number 26400IO.OO.A004CA.02, quite a mouthful, but we'll just call it the Royal Oak offshore, for the sake of this video. The dial is a gray Méga Tapisserie with a subtle touch of blue, surrounded by titanium and gray ceramics. There are white gold applied hour markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating surrounded by blue inner bezel. And we turn the lights off so you can see the luminescence. And there you have it. You can see the index hour markers and the hour and minute hands, all glowing spectacularly in the darkness. We turn the lights back on now. All right. And so there's a small seconds dial at just under the 12 o'clock position and much like the Rolex Daytona Cosmograph's, there are two extra dials at the six and nine positions on this watch to give you your chronograph measurements. This case is 44 millimeters in diameter from finger to thumb, and is made of titanium and is 14.4 millimeters thick with water resistance down to a hundred meters. The back contains the typical glare-proofed Sapphire crystal surrounded by titanium as well, with sandblasted titanium push piece guards. The self-winding in its name comes from the revolving mechanism visible through the caseback. The right side of the case contains the signature AP winding crown and two very sleek chronograph pushers for interval timekeeping. The crystal is of a transparent scratch-resistant Sapphire, so there's no fear of suit threads or buttons damaging the crystal. This bezel is octagonal in shape. Brushed on the top and polished along the sides. As this is a chronograph, the inner bezel as you can see in blue encompassing the gray dial shows your measurements well into the hundreds. This is essential to anybody needing to measure any sort of production or distance covered when it related to unit of time, such as the units per hour or average miles traveled per hour. So this crown contains the AP logo and ensures water-resistance down to a hundred meters or 330 feet. Setting the time, very simple, simply unwind the crown to the first position. This first position winds the watch. The second position changes the date. Maybe a little bit difficult to see the date change there. There we go. Changes the date. And note that the date requires some extra rotation when changing. And I actually really liked this feature as you're unable to go backwards in time. The interval mechanism, the internal mechanism is made so that you're sure of the date when you're setting the watch. The final position stops the second and chronograph hands. So you can adjust the time using the minute hand. Be sure to press the crown all the way back in and screw it tight against the case to ensure that 100 meter water-resistance. This bracelet is a great rubber strap with a titanium pin buckle, nothing too extravagant to write home about but it's sure to fit your arm no matter the size of your wrist. And the advantage to a rubber strap is that you do not need to actually have this sized or have any links added or removed. Of course, the most important part of this timepiece would be the movement. That is what makes all of this work together. It is the Caliber 3126/3840 manufacturer with a diameter of 29.2 millimeters, with 13 and a quarter lines. A frequency of three Hertz or 21,600 VPH. The oscillator is a monoblock and 22 carat gold, 59 jewels and a spring with variable inertia blocks, totaling to 365 internal parts. The power reserve is only 50 hours. So be sure to wear this at least every other day to keep it wound. Okay and to try on the watch. And as I mentioned earlier, very easy to size as there is nothing to remove or add to the bracelet, so that it fits just right. All right, notice that this case does not rise too high above my wrist as it's low profile, despite that, it's very large octagonal bezel allows it to slip in nicely under any coat or jacket sleeve. So who is this for? Obviously for someone with an appreciation for texture and utility. With the chronograph, someone who needs this who needs to keep track of time and is busy around the clock and would like a reference to today's day or date while also looking absolutely stunning and stylish. For more specialized users, This is an excellent timekeeper and tracker all-in-one with the scale on the bezel and sub-dials to keep track of time and production, distance traveled, you name it, precisely. And for collectors, this is a certain high-end model. That is an absolute must. So what are your thoughts on this time piece? Does the dial color seem a bit too dark or is it exactly what you're looking for, especially with the color of the dial matching, nearly matching that of the bezel and the rest of the case? Not quite as exciting as say, a yellow gold or champagne gold but still subtle and stylish. Do these chronograph pushers fit your personal style or do you prefer the rounded pushers? And will you be taking one up at Jaztime? Leave a comment. Like and subscribe. If you want this or any other watch, visit us in our online store at jaztime.com.