Hands-On: The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 'Jumbo' Extra-Thin Ref. 15202BC
While I believe most would agree that the shading distinction isn’t by and large immense, the 15202BC is absolutely more earthy than it is pink. Brief history exercise aside, the new 15202BC is restricted to only 75 pieces for 2019, so SIHH is likely the lone time I’ll at any point have one on wrist. As you can envision, I drained the opportunity.
The 39mm estimating is simply great and, as I referenced in my presentation, there is something both exceptional and explicit about the weight and feel of a valuable metal Royal Oak. While I may sing the commendations of a full gold rendition, there is something verifiably cool and unpretentious about the combination of this gold-tone dial and white gold case. It feels right and looks great.
Let’s face it, not exclusively is the 15202BC well inside Audemars Piguet’s demonstrated range of abilities, but on the other hand it’s basically a shading variety of a current model. That in any case, it is a right away collectible shop just restricted creation model that will be practically difficult to purchase when you think about the market at play. With just 75 units (for 2019) to spread across the 50 or so stores that Audemars Piguet works around the planet, most shops will just get one piece, which means you would do well to be their best customer on the off chance that you need to be in thought for that buy. Estimated at $55,400, it’s unobtrusive, slim, and about the wrist presence, so in case you’re hoping to make some yearly interest in a stylish that remains generally unaltered after almost 50 years, this is probably as great an arrangement as I can imagine.
Editor’s Note: This post was refreshed on March 8, 2019 to reflect new data from Audemars Piguet that the 15202BC isn’t restricted to 75 units, but instead 75 units for 2019.
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