Royal Oak vs Royal Oak Offshore

Royal Oak and Royal Oak offshore are undoubtedly the most successful luxury watches by Audemars Piguet. These two sports watches have much in common. Despite being titled as linked, these two are quite different from one another. It is always so intriguing to see how a luxury watchmaker decides to create successful watch lines one after another.

Patek Philippe Nautilus

The Patek Philippe Nautilus is a watch that, explicitly defines the mutual feeling of watch admirers from all over the world. It is one of the coolest watches ever made, there is arguably no other luxury watch that can match the majesty. The launch in 1976 completely changed the ‘luxury sports watch genre’ The historic Swiss watch brand boosted the stakes even further by creating it in steel. Although it was not the first luxury sports watch to be made in stainless steel (that’s a record held by the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak,) it was the costliest.

Collectors Richard Mille

Richard Mille was a brand founded on technical creation, artistic expression, and culture of aesthetically pleasing timepieces, Richard Mille has become a dominant name in the watch industry. At the time when Swiss watchmaking was prevailed by tradition and rules, brands such as Patek Philippe and Rolex were viewed as the kings of the mountain.

Royal Oyster Case

In 1926, Rolex introduced a wristwatch named “Oyster”, which was a significant step ahead. This watch holds the title of being the pioneer of water-proof and dust-proof timepieces. Rolex can legitimately claim the innovation of the Oyster case and perpetual self-winding movement, as these two had transformed the role of watches globally.