The history of the Royal Oak Offshore began back in 1989, when a young Audemars Piguet designer by the name of Emmanuel Gueit presented a concept sketch of a watch that re-invented the earlier Royal Oak design. The modifications transformed the Royal Oak into a more aggressive, beefed-up, sporty watch that could tackle all of the elements its owner would encounter while on exciting outdoor adventures. The Royal Oak Offshore design has unique characteristics that make it stand out from its predecessor. Some of these include a bigger case size that is 42 mm in width, a taller profile, curved bracelet links, the bezel's pronounced black gasket, as well as silicon caps on the crown and chronograph pushers. The conspicuous look of the AP Royal Oak Offshore watch make it a perfect timepiece for those not only wishing to sport a high end watch, but doing so with powerful in-your-face wristwear!
The Oak Offshore is an extremely complex timepiece. Complications such as minute repeaters, perpetual calendars, and tourbillons are available in the watchmaking business to fulfill any and all of your horological needs. The Royal Oak Offshore, despite its aggressively sporty exterior, is surprisingly adaptable. It's perfect for watch fans looking for a versatile timepiece because it can be worn for both business and pleasure. The Royal Oak Offshore was an early innovator among luxury sports watches. With its massive case, octagonal bezel, exposed screws, and rugged design, the Royal Oak Offshore is a cutting-edge timepiece for discerning collectors. This ornate guilloche design not only makes telling time easier but also gives a touch of luxury.