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Audemars Piguet's Latest Watch Is What Collectors Are Scrambling to Get

The timepiece is limited to only 20 pieces.
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Audemars Piguet has released numerous watches this year, but its latest release, in particular, is one that's extra special. We're talking about the Supersonnerie version of Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak.

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The Swiss watchmaker launched the timepiece to minimal fanfare on its website last week. Eagle-eyed watch fans and collectors, however, quickly spotted the release. And how could they not? The timepiece is probably the hottest AP of late.

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Limited to only 20 pieces, this special edition features a titanium case with a glare-proof sapphire crystal and a screw-locked crown. The dial, on the other hand, features the Grand Tapisserie pattern, white gold applied hour markers, and the unmistakeable Royal Oak hands.

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The real highlight, of course, is the groundbreaking Supersonnerie, the triple-patented complication that produces gongs and chimes to represent each hour and minute.

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The classic Royal Oak already goes for quite a bit, $19,000 to be exact (approximately P965,000),  so expect this version to go way beyond that. The Royal Oak Minute Repeater Supersonnerie is exclusively available through Yoshida.

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