Friday, March 7, 2008

The Audemars Piguet Millenary Watch: Worthy Competition For The Royal Oak

The Millenary Collection contains some of my favorite Audemars Piguet
watches. Part of it is the wonderfully quirky charm of the distinctive
horizontally oval case, and part of it is the beautiful workmanship and
exquisite detailing these watches demonstrate. But I think I also love
them because they aren’t a Royal Oak Offshore watch–now,
I love the Offshore, but sometimes this hyper-popular collection gets
all the attention, to the exclusion of many other extremely fine
Audemars Piguet offerings.

Take a look at the incredible Millenary MC-12 Tourbillon watch–an
incredible fusion of design and haute horlogerie, this platinum
timepiece features a stunning tourbillon complication that employs some
revolutionary materials in its construction. Less complicated, but no
less fine is the basic Millenary Self-Winding watch, with their
elegant, yet extremely expressive dials. The acclaimed, manufacture
Audemars Piguet 3120 caliber movment
is a major plus for this watch, as well. Might I add, this is by no
means a complete listing–each timepiece in this line has its own charm.

Women have an equally tempting range of choices in this striking Audemars Piguet watch collection, as well. The Millenary Ladies
watches are some of the finest haute horlogerie available for
sophisticated female connoisseurs, uniting brilliant mechanical
artistry with the finesse and scintillating quality of fine jewelry.

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