Pre-Owned Royal Oak Offshore Bumblebee Chronograph 26176F0.00.D101CR02
There's no mistaking an AP - its oversized octagonal bezel with an exposed screw design has been its identity since the innovative days of Gerald Genta and Emmanuel Gueit.
At 42mm, this stainless steel model bears a yellow tapisserie dial on a matching leather strap. Functions include hours, minutes, small seconds and date.
Available as a single pre-owned piece.
Model Condition Pre-owned Forum Rating Mint Reference Number 26176F0.00.D101CR02 Movement Automatic Caliber AP 3126 Power Reserve 50 hours Case Size 42mm Material Carbon fiber Case Color Black Dial Color Black Hour Markers Arabic numerals Display Analogue Watch Shape Octagon Caseback Solid Complication Chronograph; date; tachymeter Gender Men's Band Material Alligator leather Band Color Black Buckle Type Tang buckle Box/Papers No Warranty 15 months Style Casual; Sport Country/Region Switzerland Serial Info G series Water Resistance 100m
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SPORTS LUXURY CLASSIC
The RO Offshore was created even before the prevailing fashion for oversized watches. More than two decades on, it is still the most sought-after luxury sports watch on the market.
Its overtly large case and bold faceted bezel encompasses the Royal Oak with its sheer titanic size - a watch that taps instantly into the male psyche.
Based on the caliber 3120, the automatic movement is topped with the Dubois Depraz chronograph module which provides a 50-hour power reserve.
Its exposed rubber gaskets and rubber-covered chronograph pushers were unique additions compared to an otherwise conventional, refined watch.