A watch not to be missed, AP 15707CE Royal Oak Offshore Ceramics!

Recently, I bought this Audemars Piguet AP 15707CE, and share it with everyone today!

Due to its high recognition and appearance, the Royal Oak is an important product line of Audemars Piguet, and Audemars Piguet is also working hard to make changes in materials and plates to meet the needs of different consumers. ROO Diver is available in three commercially available models (non-limited), including 15703 stainless steel, 15706 forged carbon, and 15707 ceramic.

Weight: stainless steel > ceramic > forged carbon

Anti-wear: ceramic > forged carbon > stainless steel

Grinding: Ceramic = Stainless Steel > Forged Carbon (Because of the material factor, the forged carbon surface case is not brushed and polished)

This 15707CE is still scarce. It is said that so far (2014 Feb) has produced less than 400 pieces, and it is said that the reason is that the ceramic case with extremely high hardness (6X) has to be polished and brushed like the stainless steel case, which takes several times. Also because it is scarce, it is still limited to the store, without any discount. If you can meet the watch, you can buy it, don’t compare it.

In addition to the case, the crown and the knob of the chronograph ring are also ceramic. The clasp, the back cover, and the joints with the rubber strap are all titanium alloy. Look carefully at the polishing on the case, it is meticulous. Highly polished, brushed, chamfered, meticulous. The dial of the Mega Tapisserie pattern is matte black, not as bright as the 15706, it may be designed to give a contrast between the dial and the case (the ceramic case is much more dazzling than the forged carbon). 42mm wide and 13.9mm thick.

Through the back, you can clearly see the 3120 movements. Like my RO 15300 white surface, the table with the same movement, the table “grid” is very different.

I have been working for a month without any wear and tear. And wearing it is actually very low-key, I think the black case is the main reason.

Not much to say, there are pictures to prove, look at it!