Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Diver Funky Colors Reviewed

Summer is here. That means our thoughts turn to the beach, sun, heat, mojitos, yacht decks, beach parties Of course, what other watches are available this summer? You may not want to take your precious gold watch calendar with you. So you may be inclined to go with some sort of cheap copy Audemars Piguet diving watch, as it is the best choice for looking elegant and being able to jump into the pool without having to think about your watch. You’re on the right track. But do you want to be part of this growing group of Submariner wearers? Perhaps not, so Audemars Piguet may offer you a pleasant and daring option with the new Royal Oak Offshore Diver Funky Colors.

In addition to the more than 20,000 euros price tag, the new colorful ROO Diver still bears its name: diving gear. Even if some owners are very reluctant to take these expensive items underwater and treat them as casual watches, that is their purpose. The overall structure of the Royal Oak Offshore Diver replica is very solid, and you can feel the quality correctly on your wrist. It is a large, solid and sturdy piece of stainless steel. The adjustment of the case is accurate, and the overall assembly is what you expect from this high-end watch.

The case is also very athletic, perfect for recreational diving lessons. There’s a large protective cover on the side of the case, and it’s coated with rubber (and a second crown at 10) to help use it, even with wet gloves on. You’ll never forget, however, that even if it’s a diving watch, and even if it’s part of the Offshore series, this best fake Audemars Piguet watch is Royal Oak after all, so its surface treatment is superb. The case alternates between polished and drawn surfaces to clearly distinguish these areas. Like all RO, it is precise, executed very well, and offers a stunning combination of solidity and quality, as well as delicate surface treatment.

The fake Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore divers can withstand up to 30 bar (300 meters under water) and enjoy all the necessary elements of the diving meter. Unsurprisingly, the watch doesn’t have an external swivel – in fact, the octagon rotatable watch ring is strange, and the one with a diving scale is sure to spoil RO’s signature design. As a result, the AP found that the solution for calculating the elapsed time was an internal rotation ring around the dial. It is driven by a second crown and is located at 10. Admittedly, it may not be as practical as the external baffle, but it can certainly do the job – clearly, in terms of design, this solution is certainly the best. So the Royal Oak Offshore Diver keeps octagon watch rings, each with eight platinum screws.