Find the new Piaget Polo at Molitor

The Piaget Polo watch is a tribute to the watch manufacturer. This elegant and refined model will accompany you in all of life’s moments. Its on-trend look takes its cues from the Piaget Society. This model will captivate you with its movements, complications and colours. Here is a look at its history and evolution.

The origins of the Piaget Polo watch

The Piaget Polo was introduced in 1979 and takes its name from the like-named sport. It was born out of a desire for glamour and to break away from the traditional codes of luxury. Elegance took on a new shape with a sportier, more casual spirit. Since its release, it has continued to appeal to a range of celebrities, including Andy Warhol and Roger Moore.


A design that changes with the times

This iconic watch has always managed to express current trends, serving as a reflection of each era. The 36 mm Piaget Polo Date is inspired by the old collection and has been re-invented over time. When Piaget initially designed the Polo watch, the brand sought to create a timepiece that was casual and chic. The latest model fully embraces the times, featuring an elegant return to the essentials.


A refined aesthetic that leaves no one indifferent

The Piaget Polo is easy to recognise with its round bezel and cushion-shaped dial. The profile is slim and elegant and easily adapts to the small diameter of the watch thanks to the thin self-winding 500P1 calibre. It is possible admire the grey oscillating weight through the sapphire glass case back. Meanwhile, the dial is graphic, featuring a horizontal guilloché pattern and skeletonised Dauphine hands. The date is positioned at 6 o’clock and the hour markers are diamond set.

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