Independent Haute Horlogerie manufacturer luxury Audemars Piguet replica watches US not only made major news at the fair, but also in Geneva and Shanghai. At a star-studded virtual event in Los Angeles, the brand announced a partnership with Marvel Entertainment and unveiled the first timepiece in the collaboration: Royal Oak Concept “Black Panther” Flying Tourbillon.
New Royal Oak Concept “Black Panther” Flying Tourbillon Replica Watches
The 42 mm case of this AAA replica watch is made of 18k white gold, and its hand-carved pattern is inspired by its namesake product Marvel’s Black Panther, which is the futuristic fictional African country Prince T’Challa of Wakanda. The character is also fully presented on the same white-gold with engraved hand-drawn 3D graphics on the dial. The iconic octagonal bezel of the Royal Oak replica, with eight visible hexagonal screws, surrounds the purple inner ring, and is coated with black PVD-coated platinum hour markers. The thick hour and minute hands are coated with luminous coating, and the screw-in crown is made of black ceramic.
The movement in the avant-garde angular case is cheap Audemars Piguet replica’s hand-winded 2965 movement. The flying tourbillon cage at 6 o’clock on the dial side shares the main stage with the Panther movement. On the other side of the movement, visible through the sapphire back cover, the Wakandan decorative pattern continues on the movement. The movement is composed of 242 parts and beats at a speed of 21,600 vph, storing a 72-hour power reserve.
The Royal Oak Concept Black Panther Flying Tourbillon is mounted on a purple rubber strap and secured to the wrist with an 18k white gold folding clasp. Audemars Piguet replica also produced a unique piece, engraved with a complete case, bezel and hand-painted details on the black panther statue, and auctioned it at the virtual conference. Its proceeds support a long-term education program established by Audemars Piguet replica watches and charity organizations First Book and Ashoka, whose purpose is to provide services to “students from low-income families and historically excluded communities.”