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    AP new releases

    New models just gone live on APís site










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    Love the frosted gold RO and the turquoise/Olive divers.
    And the concept is brilliant.

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    Purple and turquoise for me. Not that I can afford them!

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    I'd like to see the turquiose and green divers in the flesh.

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    Looks like the design team got a set of bright crayons from Santa

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Love the frosted gold RO and the turquoise/Olive divers.
    And the concept is brilliant.
    Yup, I love the frosted look.

    I have a couple of stainless steel 1970s Grand Seikos or King Seikos (can't recall which) with what remains of a frosted finish.

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    Just back from an evening of whiskying, but that purple diver :O
    I just know tomorrow morning i'll say "wtf was i thinking"


    Not sure what to think about the new jumbo, have they fumť-fied the dial?
    *edit: my lord it is a fume jumbo!
    Last edited by endo; 14th January 2018 at 01:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by endo View Post
    Not sure what to think about the new jumbo, have they fumť-fied the dial?
    *edit: my lord it is a fume jumbo!
    Titanium case, platinum bezel, LE of 250




    How the blues compare

    Last edited by Der Amf; 14th January 2018 at 08:39.

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    It’s the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Extra-Thin RD#2 that’s the clear winner for me. A perpetual calendar at 6.3mm thick!? I’d rather not know the price to be honest, but that’s quite something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Itsguy View Post
    Itís the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Extra-Thin RD#2 thatís the clear winner for me. A perpetual calendar at 6.3mm thick!? Iíd rather not know the price to be honest, but thatís quite something.

    Oh my goodness! Need to convince the wife to remortgage🙄

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    AN AP Offshore is on my wish list this year, look even better in the flesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Titanium case, platinum bezel, LE of 250




    How the blues compare

    This is the clear winner for me! I donít even want to know the price though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itsguy View Post
    Itís the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Extra-Thin RD#2 thatís the clear winner for me. A perpetual calendar at 6.3mm thick!?
    Have they got the WR down to 1.3atm yet? ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Titanium case, platinum bezel, LE of 250




    How the blues compare

    That is special. Anyone know the price?

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    At last a blue diver, but alas it looks a very light shade.

    Absolutely love the original style Offshore but bet it's limited and massively expensive.

    Thanks for putting so much effort into the thread OP. Much appreciated. : )

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    It's a great pity that AP's catalogue is so dominated by Gerald Genta.

    And their other flagship design, the oval Millenary, is awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itsguy View Post
    Itís the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Extra-Thin RD#2 thatís the clear winner for me. A perpetual calendar at 6.3mm thick!? Iíd rather not know the price to be honest, but thatís quite something.

    I really like this but being in Platinium we know itís going to be pricey!

    More info here
    https://www.watchcollectinglifestyle...ar-introducing

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliverD View Post
    That is special. Anyone know the price?
    The 15202st is around £19k so I’d imagine given the 10k premium on the Pt/Ti RO and ROC over their SS counterparts the ultra thin will likely be around 30k.

    The premium might be less due to the price bracket it will put itself in but surely wouldn’t be less then high 20’s.
    Last edited by pitbull666; 14th January 2018 at 12:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker View Post
    It's a great pity that AP's catalogue is so dominated by Gerald Genta.
    That is exactly what I like about it.

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    Quite like the mini-LeBron... I think...

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    Loving the frosted gold, and the Fume dial watch, but have a suspicion that a few of those bright colour divers will be in the sales :)
    It's just a matter of time...

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    The titanium Jumbo looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker View Post
    It's a great pity that AP's catalogue is so dominated by Gerald Genta.
    More like son-of-third-cousin-once-removed!

    I suspect he would have shuddered at much of AP's current crop of watches.

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    Nothing that floats my boat. Luckily I canít afford any


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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull666 View Post
    The 15202st is around £19k so Iíd imagine given the 10k premium on the Pt/Ti RO and ROC over their SS counterparts the ultra thin will likely be around 30k.

    The premium might be less due to the price bracket it will put itself in but surely wouldnít be less then high 20ís.
    Hmm. Think I might have to sit this one out then!

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    Like to see the movement on the RD#2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itsguy View Post
    Itís the Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar Extra-Thin RD#2 thatís the clear winner for me. A perpetual calendar at 6.3mm thick!? Iíd rather not know the price to be honest, but thatís quite something.

    I'm with you, it looks amazing and the thickness is a serious achievement.
    Price doesn't matter, can't afford it anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derivative View Post
    I'm with you, it looks amazing and the thickness is a serious achievement.
    Price doesn't matter, can't afford it anyway!
    There is no price!

    According to Hodinkee itís purely a concept watch and not for sale

    https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/au...in-introducing

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull666 View Post
    There is no price!

    According to Hodinkee itís purely a concept watch and not for sale

    https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/au...in-introducing
    I see, then it will stay a dream for everyone :)
    I love thin mechanical watches, and if this means that AP (and maybe others) will start making thinner complicated watches, then I think that's cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull666 View Post
    The 15202st is around £19k so Iíd imagine given the 10k premium on the Pt/Ti RO and ROC over their SS counterparts the ultra thin will likely be around 30k.

    The premium might be less due to the price bracket it will put itself in but surely wouldnít be less then high 20ís.
    $34,800

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP28 View Post
    $34,800
    So about 27-28k here then.

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    What I do like is the Ďvampireí with ceramic bezel. Been waiting for the standard 42mm to come with ceramic for a while, so that may be one I look to get.

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