The concept of a wandering hours display, in which a series of discs rotate about the face, displaying the hour while pointing to the minute on an arc-shaped scale, dates back to the 17th century. Audemars Piguet originally introduced its take on the concept, dubbed the Starwheel, in 1991, and over 30 years later, they're reintroducing it with this Code 11.59 reference. Powered by a selfwinding Calibre 4310 movement, it has a central rotor that completes a single revolution once every three hours, allowing the satellite discs, which rotate on their own axes, to display the hour and minute along the top scale. The black opaline hour discs float above a blue aventurine dial, topped by a slightly curved white gold seconds hand. Water-resistant to 30 meters, the 18-carat white gold and black ceramic case measures 41mm and sits on a rubber-coated canvas strap.