After launching the Royal Oak Offshore Diver Chronograph in 2016, Audemars Piguet follows it up at SIHH 2017 with new, colorful versions of the non-chronograph Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver. The first version of this luxury dive watch was launched in 2010, followed by a ceramic version in 2013. AP refers to the new models as “funky color editions;” each has a 42-mm case made of stainless steel with a sapphire caseback through which you can see the in-house automatic Caliber 3120, which has a power reserve of 60 hours.
The dials — in choices of blue, yellow, white, green, and orange, with matching rubber straps — all feature Audemars Piguet’s familiar “Méga Tapisserie” motif and feature color-coordinated diving scales on the inner rotating divers’ bezel. The crown is screw-locked and wrapped in blue rubber in all versions. The hands of the Royal Oak Offshore Diver are luminescent-coated, and the hour markers are made of white gold.
The retail price is $19,000 for the white-dial/white strap version of this 300-meter water-resistant watch. All the other colored versions are offered at $19,900, as they are delivered with additional straps. Scroll down to see all the new versions of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver and live pictures from the watches at SIHH 2017.