Founded by Jules Audemars and Edward Piguet in 1875, Audemars Piguet took to the challenge of creating timepieces that combine elegance with mechanical ingenuity. With the launch of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore, the brand proved they did not lose sight of that mission. Considered its most popular model, it is no surprise that the Royal Oak Offshore came out with special models in limited edition. The Royal Oak Offshore Limited Edition timepieces still feature the iconic octagonal case and come in a variety of materials such as steel, gold, titanium, ceramic, carbon and platinum. These limited edition watches measure between 42mm to 57mm and is water resistant from 100m to 300m. Whether the movement is automatic or manual, most are equipped with power reserves of about 38 to 60 hours. While there is no question about the diversity of the collection, it is certain that each limited edition Royal Oak Offshore released is distinct and special in its own way. More often than not, it comes with unique functions that may include a chronograph, tourbillon,or rattrapante. What makes an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Limited Edition truly special is the way it pays homage to sporting events, renowned personalities, AP boutiques, and even entire nations.