Audemars Piguet debuted a new Royal Oak Offshore Diver with a silver-toned dial last month in Geneva. Apart from the dial (and an open caseback which was only available on the ceramic model previously), everything else is the same.
The Royal Oak Offshore Diver comes in a 42 mm diameter steel case with an inner rotating dive bezel controlled by the 2nd crown on caseband at 10 o’clock. A see-through caseback shows off the beautifully decorated caliber 3120 self-winding movement, and its engraved gold rotor. The 40 jewel movement runs at 3Hz, has 280 parts and features a 60-hour maximum power reserve.
The new silver-toned dial (Ref. 15710ST.OO.A002CA.02) features the same “Méga Tapisserie” pattern as the existing models, such as the black dial variation (which now comes with an open caseback). The dial has white gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with a luminescent coating.
The water-resistance is 300 meters and it comes on a black rubber strap with stainless steel pin buckle.