Piaget's New Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin

Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin

Only slightly thicker than the latest iPhone, Piaget's newest feat is the Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin watch. The 8.65mm thick case features a complex 1255P self-winding perpetual calendar movement with time, day, date, and moon phase complications. This is quite an accomplishment and recalls Piaget's history of building thin watches in the late 1950s. The brand's release of the mechanical hand-wound 9P calibre only 2mm thick was previously thought impossible to make, but Piaget set a new standard for thin watchmaking at a time when thin watches were seen as the pinnacle of sophistication.

Piaget has established a reputation for elegant aesthetics and technical extravagance. It is the brand's vision that pushes its watchmaking to this moment of developing a Polo model that combines trademark thinness, with an eye for colour and precious materials.  

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