Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin Pink Dial 15202BC.OO.1240BC.01 Copy Watch
Series: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Copy
Movement: Automatic Mechanical
Case Material: White Gold
Diameter: 39 mm
Dial Color: Pink
Strap Material: White Gold
In 1972, the first Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, penned by Gérald Genta, was released. It was the ‘first luxury sports watch and was presented in stainless steel. Over 45 years, AP has produced several versions of the Royal Oak, including steel, platinum, alacrite, forged carbon, titanium, tantalum and, of course, gold. Some Royal Oak watches are equipped with complications, while some eschew complexity, featuring few dial indications. More replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watches.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin Pink Dial 15202BC.OO.1240BC.01 copy watch is a good-looking watch. Already the Royal Oak “Jumbo” is a beauty, angular without being aggressive, wide yet flat, and seemingly timeless despite having been born in a decade that didn’t produce many classics. And in white gold with the dial in “salmon” (or copper or pink gold), it gets even better. The combination of white gold and “salmon” is uncommon both ways. The metal is uncommon as Audemars Piguet only produced a few examples of the Royal Oak ref. 5402 in white gold in the 1980s. And ditto for the dial colour, which was found on a portion of the 700 steel Royal Oak Jubilee watches made in 1992 (the rest were blue-grey), though the dial of the Jubilee limited edition was more pink than today’s white gold model.
In its original steel the Royal Oak feels refined and precious thanks to its delicately finished case that artfully shows off the contrasting brushed and polished surfaces. In white gold it’s even better, just because it looks and feels more expensive. Stainless steel, being mostly iron, has a greyish tinge to it. White gold, on the other hand, has a brighter, more luxuriant colour with a more pronounced silvery tone. That being said, most white gold has a yellowish hue that is often camouflaged with rhodium plating to give it a bright white colour.