Audemars Piguet has launched one mouth-watering timepiece; the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Titanium Salmon Dial. This is a 300-piece limited edition watch that is sure to be a head-turner. The Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Titanium Salmon Dial will join a list of other limited edition pieces in the Royal Oak line up, with pieces being made for various countries such as; ice blue dial for Switzerland (50 pieces), sand-coloured dial for Indonesia (20 pieces), pink gold with a pink-toned dial for Latin America (100 pieces), stainless steel with a green dial for Hong Kong (50 pieces) and slate grey dial with red accents for China (88 pieces).
The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Titanium Salmon Dial comes with a 41mm light titanium case with both sapphire crystals on the front and the case back. The case offers a water resistance of 20m. To match the casing, the bracelet is also made from titanium and comes with the AP folding clasp. Where this piece comes to life is the dial. The “Salmon” dial with the “Grande Tapisserie” pattern stands out beautifully.
The sub counters for the perpetual calendar indications of the week, day, date, astronomical moon, month, and leap year have all salmon colour backgrounds that blend in with the dial. The hour markers and iconic Royal Oak hands have been done with a luminescent coating for nighttime visibility. The movement used to power the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Titanium Salmon Dial is the manufacture calibre 5134. This self-winding calibre 5134 has a frequency of 2.75hz (19, 800 VpH) and puts out a power reserve of approximately 40 hours.
With such a beautiful dial and perpetual calendar movement, we can’t imagine 300 pieces of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Titanium Salmon Dial lasting very long.