If you can afford a $65,000 watch your time must be pretty valuable, so we will try and keep this one brief. Last week at the Salon International de la Haute Horology (a fine watch trade show held annually in Geneva, naturally), Audemars Piguet debuted some new Royal Oak models as part of a celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the famous timepiece.

What you’re seeing here is the Royal Oak Self-Winding 41 mm, available in stainless steel with steel bracelet, rose gold with rose gold bracelet, and rose gold with strap. The watches feature 280 parts, including glare-proofed sapphire crystals and a locking crown, have a power-reserve of 60 hours and are water-resistant to 50 meters. The rose gold model retails for $64,800 and the stainless steel for a paltry $16,900. (pw)

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