BY JOVAN KRSTEVSKI

Released in 1972 The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tull date remains one of the most sought after watches from the holy trinity brand. Part of it has to do with the bold distinctive design and the rest can certainly be attributed to the brands conviction towards evolving the design by adding intriguing new variations such as the new Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Minute Repeater Supersonnerie.

Let’s begin by addressing the main talking point of this watch, the movement. Present under the hood of this beauty is the AP caliber 2959. This is a manually wound movement that comprises 32 jewels, operates at a frequency of 3 Hz and offers a power reserve of around 72 hours. But what makes it special is the minute repeater Mechanism that can sing out the time on the wearer’s command. All one needs to do is push the lever on the left of the case, sit back and enjoy the music fill the ears.