Some watches don’t have a story. Some just make up the pieces to a history of watches that have gone against the conventional way of constructing a timepiece. In 1993 Audemars Piguet introduced the Royal Oak Offshore. A sporty and masculine watch that emanates power and envy in enthusiasts and professionals around the world. Yes, some watches don’t have a symbolic story or honorable meaning behind their special edition esteem. Instead, some watches are straight forward, because they don’t need to play games to score. Some are just named Lava because they’re just simply, Hot!
Produced in Singapore, only 99 Audemars Piguet Offshore Lava
Special Editions were made and let loose into the world. If you are a fan of Audemars Piguet and aren’t afraid of a little heat, the black watch, with bold and dominant orange accents, definitely belongs in your portfolio.
The watch originally comes with the complete black horn back alligator strap with orange stitching but we thought it would look even cooler with the complete orange horn back alligator strap with black stitching. Don’t be fooled by its size; this watch is 42mm in diameter, but looks smaller than it is because of its all black stealthy case, so it’s big, but subtle. The Lava Special Edition is not a daily watch, but definitely one to pull out when you want a unique piece on your wrist, plus it’ll spice up your look. With only a few ever produced and its’ valiant aesthetics, the watch is scorching hot like molten lava.