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CHRONOAP by Audemars Piguet

Winner of the Men's Watch Prize at the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève 2009

The Jules Audemars watch with Audemars Piguet escapement, the CHRONOAP, was once again a winner at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix. The Manufacture in Le Brassus received two distinctions for its Jules Audemars with Audemars Piguet escapement model: the Men's Watch award and the Asian Edition Public Prize. A fine gift for Philippe Merk, who in just a few days will be celebrating his first year at the helm of the company.

The Audemars Piguet escapement presented in 2006 runs lubricant-free and is both extremely efficient and shock-resistant. It even surpasses expectations, in that its technical performances are matched by an exceptional frequency of 43,200 vibrations per hour (6 Hz). By beating twice as fast as usual, the balance ensures enhanced chronometry and improved reliability.

This high-precision mechanism is house within a three-dimensional platinum case designed to highlight the movement decoration and finishing, inspired by the grand watchmaking tradition.

The CHRONOAP watch also won the Asian Edition Public Prize awarded during the Asia Watchmaking Grand Prix exhibition held in Singapore this September. This model has also earned other distinctions, including the best "Horological Value" prize presented at the 3rd edition of the Tiempo de Relojes award in Mexico this October; as well as the "Best Complicated Watch" prize at the ceremony organised by VOGUE Spain.



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