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As the Chinese New Year approaches, many watchmakers are showcasing their limited edition timepieces created especially for 2012. According to the Chinese calendar, 2012 is the Year of the Dragon. The Swatch Group's Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica, a Swiss watchmaker owned by the Swatch Group, has unveiled its Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica Caruso Limited Edition "Chinese Dragon".
This particular watch stands out from the other dragon-themed watches that have been seen in the last few months. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica, a 276-year old manufacturer chose to go with a more original approach by engraving a dragon onto the caseback of 18-karat pink gold. The limited edition of this exquisite timekeeper has a unique serial number,Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica
from 1 to fifty, engraved on its case back. I'm sure 50 of the future owners will prefer to wear it backwards and flash in people's face when they ask for the time. The watch's front is very similar to the Caruso collection. Its design is fantastic and it looks stylish and sophisticated.
The rose gold watch measures 43.5mm and is made of 18-karat. The Caliber 225 Caruso automatic movement has 262 parts in total. This flawless movement has a power reserve of 100 hours. The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica has chosen a brown leather strap for the ultimate in comfort.
The National Palace Museum in China has only one contemporary watch,Zenith Replica
the Caruso original launched three years ago. Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Replica must be eager to appeal to the cultural side Chinese watch buyers. The "Chinese Dragon Limited Edition" Caruso will cost 1.4 million yuan, or $219,682.
The Dragon is one of the most powerful signs in the Chinese Zodiac, and it represents such traits as ambition and dominance. The dragon is a symbol for Chinese spirit and power. It also represents status, dignity, and prestige. It is therefore not surprising that this well-known watchmaker decided to celebrate the Year of the Dragon by releasing a limited edition collection, considering that they only produce less than 10,000 watches a year.