Audemars Piguet has just announced that it is making another 150 pieces of its titanium salmon dial Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar ref. 26615TI.OO.1220TI.01 for the global market.
Originally released last December, the watch was a Japan-exclusive with 100 units going to the Yoshida while the remaining 50 were distributed to select retailers in the nation. Keeping it rather quiet, Audemars Piguet announced over a newsletter that an additional 150 units will be available to the rest of the world.
The watch features a perpetual calendar function powered by the calibre 5134, a full titanium case and bracelet, an astronomical moon phase, week indicator, and a salmon Grande Tapisserie dial. While “LIMITED EDITION OF 300 PIECES” is engraved at the back, each piece is not numbered.
Priced at $85,100 USD, the limited-edition Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar in titanium and salmon is available now.
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