How Audemars Piguet Developed The Noisiest Minute Repetition Of The World

Tim Sayler, chief marketing officer, and Claude Edward, creative director, talk about the record novelty Royal Oak concept Supersonnerie

Audemars Piguet presented a Rekorduhr at this year’s Geneva watch room with the Royal Oak Concept Supersonnerie: It is the most loudest minute repetition in the world. Those who are familiar with this technique know that the sound of a minute repeater on the wrist is usually rather discreet to hear. Audemars Piguet introduced himself to this fact and developed a minute repeater (which also has a stop function and a tourbillon), whose sound is more voluminous, clearer and louder than ever before. Tim Sayler, chief marketing officer of Audemars Piguet, explains how the manufactory reaches its extraordinary goal in an interview with Watchtime.net. But Audemars Piguet does not suffice to have a stir-inspiring novelty. The brand also introduced a skeleton version of Royal Oak with a double balance spiral with the Royal Oak double Balancing Wheel openworked. Why two of the regulating organs are used, Claude Edward, creative director of the Manufactory, reveals in the video interview. The Royal Oak Watch icon does not only experience a change in particular. The entire collection of luxury watch will be 2016 also available in yellow gold. In the video you can get a first picture of the precious metal novelties.

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