Audemars Piguet EOD Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph

Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak Offshore debuted in 1993, but the first special edition didn't emerge until 1999, in conjunction with the Arnold Schwarzenegger film End of Days. While the movie tanked, the watch was a hit — so much so that it served as the inspiration for the new Royal Oak Offshore Selfwinding Chronograph. Like that watch, it has a black ceramic case, this time measuring 43mm, with titanium details on the studs, pushers, and caseback, and yellow highlights on the tach ring, indices, and hands. It's powered by a self-winding Calibre 4401 movement, sits on a black calfskin strap with textile detailing and matching yellow stitching.

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