Audemars Piguet adopts gray and blue styling for fresh Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT


Audemars Piguet has combined titanium and gray ceramic in a Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT that goes on sale this fall.

The same watch in shades of gray was unveiled in June.

This time round, the 44mm angular sandblasted titanium case with gray ceramic bezel is complemented with the same combination of colors and materials on the watch’s crown and pusher.


Inside, AP’s manufacture hand-wound Calibre 2954 will keep beating for 10 days, the company claims.

The open worked movement has blue titanium bridges and silver-toned components.

It controls a flying tourbillon at 9 o’clock on the dial and a second time zone indicator at 3 o’clock.

Flip the watch over and the movement’s blue bridges are also visible through a sapphire caseback.

It is worn on a blue rubber strap and comes supplied with an additional black rubber strap with an expected price of $198,400.

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