In its origins, the Royal Oak Offshore was created as a celebratory model for the maison’s 20th anniversaire. Polemic since its first release, at first many would have thought it impossible for it to, one day, become a collection of its own right. Yet. Contrary to the more popular approach to haute horlogerie that distinguishes itself for its ethereal, fine lines and delicate detail, the Offshore stands out at a glance for its more brutalist approach on aesthetics.  A favourite of the younger generations, especially of the lovers of adventure and extreme sports, it is no surprise that it would soon become a symbol of boldness and sportsmanship.

Three decades after its release, the Royal Oak Offshore is now celebrating its own anniversary, with the release of an exclusive limited edition: the Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Flying Tourbillon Chronograph, in a precious new edition featuring a state-of-the-art black ceramic box and bold green accents in its watchface. Finished with delicate rose gold hands, it is a beauty to behold and a definite statement of an adventurous spirit.This incredible celebratory piece will be limited to a hundred pieces, and incorporates the exchangeable bracelet system that has been characteristic of the maison for a while now. Daring, stout and with an infinitely audacious style, the Royal Oak Offshore has once more catered to the strong-spirited, all with style and exquisiteness.

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