Last week, and you hardly can have missed it, Audemars Piguet presented a whole new collection of 1:1 luxury replica watches Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watches celebrating the 50th anniversary of the icon born in 1972. Among a dozen updated models, there was, of course, the brand new Jumbo, the reference 16202, which we’ve extensively reviewed in this article, in its all-time classic stainless steel version. But there’s more to the new Royal Oak Jumbo than just the steel model. In fact, AP has presented 4 different versions, including the one you see here, a bold and loud yellow gold AAA Swiss fake watches with a smoked yellow-gold-toned dial. And I know I still have issues admitting it, but boy does it look cool! So yes, the Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin 16202BA is the latest addition to my “guilty pleasure watch” list.
I know I should be luring after the stainless steel Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin 16202ST, for everything it represents. Because it’s the most faithful version. Because it’s also far more in line with my usual codes of discretion and my personality. Because it will be the most comfortable on the wrist. And, of course, the Royal Oak Jumbo somehow has to be a steel US top replica watches with a Petite Tapisserie blue dial. But rules are meant to be broken (those who know AP will certainly see the connection here…) and, for an absolutely unknown reason, I can’t stop looking at this new 18k yellow gold version with its truly special smoked dial, the 16202BA.
I can’t explain the attraction… I simply can’t think of an objective reason for this behaviour of mine, a feeling I know I shouldn’t have. Or maybe I should. This high quality copy watches is like the girl you want to date but you know, deep down, that you shouldn’t introduce her to your parents. I’m not sure I would iwc replica wear the yellow gold Royal Oak Jumbo Extra-Thin 16202, but for whatever reason, I want one. Typical guilty pleasure. But as the French author Pascal said “Le cœur a ses raisons que la raison ignore” that could be translated in English as “heart does things for reasons that reason cannot understand.”