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Circa: 2010
Movement: Automatic, Cal. 2329/2846, 33 jewels
Dial: Black, luminous baton numerals, luminous hands, four subsidiary dials
Case: Stainless steel, screwed octagonal bezel, back secured by 8 screws, 39mm bezel width
Bracelet/Clasp: Audemars Piguet stainless steel bracelet and double deployant clasp, overall approximate length 6 inches

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In 1990, Audemars Piguet introduced the celebrated Dual-Time caliber, the first wristwatch powered by a single movement capable of displaying two time zones simultaneously. The watch is wound by the use of an oscillating weight with a 21 carat gold segment and is transmitted to the mainspring via a wheel train. There are 263 parts in total.

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