Piaget Unveils Its Ultra-Thin Polo Perpetual Calendar Timepiece
Measuring at just 8.65mm in thickness.
Piaget just welcomed a new addition to its iconic Piaget Polo collection featuring a mechanical perpetual calendar. The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin timepiece is a stunning yet emblematic model that encapsulates the watchmaker’s “legacy of effortless distinction.”
Speaking on the aesthetics, Piaget’s product marketing director, Cynthia Tabet highlights that “the ultra-thin case brings elegance and comfort while the dark green emerald dial brings sophistication and distinction” to the watch. As a part of Piaget’s highly-regarded collection, the new timepiece’s appeal lies in more than just its sporty and chic appearance. At just 8.65mm in thickness, the piece amalgamates high-precision with trailblazing design, all powered by an extremely slim, in-house 1255P caliber.
On the topic of how the new perpetual calendar was conceptualized, Tabet explains that “The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is the perfect combination between sport chic and watchmaking tradition and heir to the heritage of Piaget’s unique mastery. It’s the perfect opportunity to remember every one of our past achievements and intrigue them with a different interpretation.“
At Piaget, Tabet also points out that the brand wants to make the Perpetual Calendar truly its own. “If we take a look into our archives, we clearly see how the Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is the heir to the legacy of Piaget’s the world’s first Perpetual Calendar quartz movement (30P), revealed for the first time in 1986,” she says.
Take a closer look at the Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin timepiece in the gallery above. For more information on its availability and price point, head over to Piaget’s official website now.
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