Preview Audemars Piguet

Anteprima Audemars Piguet

The first automatic chronograph in the Jules Audemars collection is one of the novelties Audemars Piguet which will be presented at the forthcoming SIHH in Geneva. The cream-coloured dial sports the typical look of the 1920s, as evidenced by the refined leaf hands and rounded Arabic hour markers. A touch of liveliness is provided by the red of the chapter ring indications, framed by the tachymeter scale on the flange. The 18-carat white gold case houses a self-winding mechanical movement, calibre 3124/3841 (manufacture base and Dubois Dépraz chronograph plate), with a gold oscillating weight decorated with the Audemars and Piguet family insignia, all visible through the sapphire crystal on the caseback. The strap is made of black crocodile with large square scales, closed by an 18-carat white gold folding clasp. For further information: Audemars Piguet Italy, tel. 02/66985117.

Technical specifications




Calibre: 3124/3841 self-winding exclusive AP

Total diameter: 29.92 mm (13 lines)

Recess diameter: 26.00 mm

Thickness: 7.16 mm

59 rubies

400 components

Autonomy of more than 60 hours

Balance frequency: 21,600 vibrations per hour

Variable inertia balance with eight balancing masses and flat spiral

Geneva-type mobile piston holder

Two-position charge shaft

Finishing: manual decoration of all components; rhodium-plating, chamfering, circular-graining on the plate and côtes de Genève on the bridges


18-carat white gold

Diameter: 41 mm

Thickness: 12.60 mm

Water resistance: 20 m

Sapphire glass back


Creamy white lacquered dial with black printed Arabic numerals

Black leaf hands


Hand-sewn 'large square scales' black crocodile with 18-carat white gold AP folding clasp


Hours and minutes

Small seconds

Chronograph with central hand, 30-minute counter

Tachymetric scale