Shot (pun intended) this Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 15202 in combination with the industrial looks of a Sig Sauer P226 on request by a friend.
In 1875 Jules Louis Audemars, decided to join forces with Edward Auguste Piguet, in order to develop and craft watches equipped with complex mechanisms. They shared a passion for watchmaking and a mastery of the art of precision that still characterizes the company today.
A HISTORY OF INDEPENDENCE
Today, Audemars Piguet is still the oldest fine watch-making manufacturer never to have left the hands of its founding families. This gives the company an independent streak that allows it to go its own way and follow its own unique vision.
Text is quoted from the official Audemars Piguet website where you will find more info.