Audemars Piguet is still on the road of exploration and innovation, and launched a new royal tree ultra-thin watch at the Geneva exhibition, interpreting the iconic “Tapisserie” grid design into a new radial pattern, presenting a new visual experience. The surface of the solar radiation pattern takes the tourbillon at 6 o’clock as the origin, and the size of the check pattern gradually enlarges from the inside to the outside, forming a beautiful color gradient effect. The pattern of the radiation pattern is dazzling and very beautiful. The checkered dial is paired with platinum fluorescent three-dimensional hands, and it adopts Swiss super luminous light, which is very convenient for viewing the time clearly even in a dark environment. The case has a diameter of 41 mm and a thickness of 11 mm. It is equipped with a customized version of the real splint 2924 movement, which is also one of the thinnest Audemars Piguet tourbillons on the market. The power reserve of the movement is 60 hours.