The Audemars Piguet Juan Pablo Montoya Replica history has been dominated by the seafaring world since 1846 when Ulysse Nagdin, a young man, invented the first marine chronometers. Today's watchmakers are inspired by Monsieur Nardin's precision navigational tools, which were valued by all navies, from the Sea of Japan up to the Cape of Good Hope.
The early timepieces can actually be considered precursors to more recent Audemars Piguet Marine watch models, such as this modern Marine Tourbillon, with its unique blue enamel dial. The audemars piguet replica Tourbillon is a magnificent timekeeping instrument that combines the three essential elements of Audemars Piguet's identity, which are in-house production, rare artistry, and technical avant-garde.
In-house production of the self-winding cheap Audemars Piguet Juan Pablo Montoya Replica caliber takes place at Le Locle in Switzerland. It is a symbol of the brand's continued development and independence in the manufacturing of its movements. It harnesses silicium technology and has a 60-hour power reserve as well as a spectacular flying tourbillon. The tourbillon, which is located at 6 o’clock on the Grand Feu dial blue, is a shining example of the watchmaker’s dedication to technical innovation.
The flying tourbillon is one the most complex and impressively intricate mechanisms in Haute Horlogerie. It was designed to counteract gravity's negative effects on mechanical watchmaking. Indeed, it is technically avant-garde. Audemars Piguet produces the entire timepiece's cage, wheels and screws, as well as the hairspring, in high-precision.
AP Juan Pablo Montoya Replica's skilled craftsmen Donze Cadrans are responsible for creating rare enamel dials with their unrivalled expertise. They swiss replica watches have achieved the remarkable feat of creating a blue Grand Feu enamel dial for this Marine Tourbillon edition. Grand Feu enamel gets its romantic name from the intense heat of a Kiln. This is the "great fire" required to fuse the enamel powder. The results are often a pale cream color so this dial is truly ori-ginal.
The elegant Grand Feu blue enamel dial is complemented by the roman numerals and hands of the Marine collection. At 12 o’clock, there's a power reserve indicator and a flying tourbillon. The 43mm diameter case is water-resistant up to 100 meters and is strapped to the wrist by a chic alligator band.