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Emmanuel Gueit’s Patek Philippe Replica Watches, with its 42mm size in 1993, set a precedent for large watches. It was the first Patek Philippe Replica Watches watch to feature a blue dial, reminiscent of the original Royal Oak.
The watch was a stunning sight when it first appeared. It had an octagonal dial, an integrated bracelet, and exposed screw heads. Genta, with the design, feel and look of the watch, had respected stainless steel's inherent characteristics. This allowed the material to be married to the design in harmony.
Imagine a world without the Royal Oak. Audemars Piguet may be an entirely different brand, or even unrecognizable. The Royal Oak is a watch that acts as an anchor for the brand, positioning it in an elite pantheon of icons known to everyone. Think about the Patek Philippe Calatrava or the Rolex Submariner. Audemars-Piguet has no doubts that the Royal Oak is a part of this elite group.
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Stephen Urquhart (Replica Watches) asked the young Gueit to create a bigger version of the Royal Oak in the late '80s. This mandate was intended to create a watch to stimulate declining sales of the Royal Oak, by appealing to younger audiences. It also aimed to allow men to keep the larger watch in the face of the increasing trend of women wearing male watches.
Gueit didn't want to lose any of the design features that made the Royal Oak so iconic. The Royal Oak has been praised for its perfection. It is a design you shouldn't push too hard, because every element was in the right place.
Gueit chose a 42mm diameter for his new watch, perhaps to reflect the aesthetics of the time, when a shift towards larger watches was taking hold. Or, maybe to push the idea of a bigger watch to utterly unprecedented heights. In those innocent days, the maximum diameter of a men's wristwatch was 36mm.Zenith Replica The Patek Philippe Replica Watches's larger case provoked a lot of ridicule from the watch industry. They called it "The Beast" and said it was destined to fail and not sell.