Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Both Sides Of Time

When it comes to the Royal Oak, I have to mention Arnold Schwarzenegger, the ‘play and excellent policy’ tough guy and Audemars Piguet, which began in the 1999 film ‘ ‘Apocalyptic Holocaust’ In 2010, in order to commemorate the cooperation between Schwarzenegger and Audemars Piguet, Audemars Piguet launched the Royal Oak Offshore Arnold Heritage Watch, a limited edition of 1,500 pieces.
Royal Oak and Schwarzenegger, connected by film
Speaking of the Royal Oak, I have to mention Arnold Schwarzenegger, a tough guy who ‘plays good politics’ and Audemars Piguet, which began in the 1999 film ‘The End of the World’; in 2003, Audemars Piguet once again designed the Royal Oak Offshore T3 Limited Edition watch based on its movie ‘Terminator III’. In this Schwarzenegger’s closing work, sunglasses, black leather, Harley-Davidson, and Thunderbolt gloves And T3, the Governor who is about to enter politics is extremely powerful. In 2010, in order to commemorate the cooperation between Schwarzenegger and Audemars Piguet, Audemars Piguet launched the Royal Oak Offshore Arno Heritage Commemorative Watch, with a limited edition of 1,500 pieces. Except for the movie factor, Schwarzenegger in life is also an avid fan of Audemars Piguet. His personal collection of 24 valuable Audemars Piguet watches is exclusive.
Charity is more than just time. What is more worth mentioning is that the combination of Arnold and Audemars Piguet not only does not stop at commercial cooperation, but also brings the two parties closer together through the steps of charity. The sale of the Arnold series of commemorative models has made Arnold’s ‘After-School All-Stars’ Foundation, which was founded in 1992, more prestigious. The foundation aims to provide after-school activities for young people to help them realize their potential with intensive academic counseling, sports activities and art activities, thereby helping many poor families to get on the right track. So far, charitable donations raised for the foundation by selling commemorative watches have reached nearly 10 million US dollars.