Piaget is known for making extra-thin watches, notably with its Polo line. This year, the watchmaking house is going one step further with its new fine timepieces featuring a breathtaking calendar complication. Molitor presents the Piaget Polo with perpetual calendar.
With a complication you would never suspect
The new Piaget Polo perpetual calendar is impressively slim. Yet it incorporates one of the most prestigious complications. It is equipped with a perpetual calendar with moon phase. This means that the timepiece has the ability to display the date, day, month, moon phase and leap years without the need for any correction before 2100. The extra-thin calibre 1255P is only 4 mm high with a case thickness of only 8.65 mm.
Finesse, the history of the Manufacture
Since 1874, Piaget has built its success and reputation on very fine components. It was then that it decided to work on flat movements. In 1960, Piaget dazzled watch lovers with the 12P calibre, considered at the time to be the world's thinnest. These mechanisms, which have become iconic, have inspired the watchmaking house and made it surpass itself year after year. In addition to its impressive technical performance, the watch has a pleasing design with its emerald green dial. It features three sub-dials that display the day, month and date. They are placed at 9, 12 and 3 o'clock. The moon phase appears at 6 o'clock. The signature of the Piaget Polo: the gadroons are again placed on the green interchangeable rubber strap.
Molitor invites you to discover the new Piaget products in its boutique. See you soon!