The LeBron James AP, limited to 600 pieces, is a luxury watch that took a while to grow on me.
At first, the special edition Audemars Piguet Offshore that was created in 2013 in collaboration with the NBA basketball star and ex-player in our very own Miami Heat, was a model that I said I just didn't like and voiced my opinion in that regard. But remember that styles change, as did mine!
The watch is a 44-millimeter Offshore model with a Calibre 3126 movement, which is the same one that all the Audemars 44 mm chronos are equiped with. When you look at the LeBron James AP, right off the back your eyes are drawn to the diamonds on one of the pushers. That is actually one of my favorite features of the watch!
I also love the rubber strap on this model. In fact, it's one of my favorite rubber straps when it comes to watches (probably second only to the rubber strap on Richard Mille pieces).
The dial of the LeBron AP is silver slate with rose gold accents, which is a great combination in my book. I also like the fact that they didn't make this an obvious basketball themed sports watch, but then again, AP is known for only including subtle cues when it comes to their sports-themed watches.
With a combination of rose gold, titanium, and rubber, the Audemars Piguet LeBron James limited edition seems to offer a bit of everything. The watch retails for $51,500, but if you're trying to buy one nowadays, you'll probably be spending close to $75,000.
Overall, the LeBron James AP is a solid contender in the Watch Game!
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