WatchTime New York 2023 is less than a month away from October 20 to 22 at Gotham Hall in Manhattan, with more than 30 famous brands ready to showcase some of the most important watches of the year for This incredible collectors event. Participating this year is renowned luxury brand Piaget, with the brand introducing its new ultra-thin Polo Perpetual Calendar.

At the heart of the new watch is the eponymous perpetual calendar with a complex mechanism capable of accurately displaying the day, date, month and moon phase for nearly a century. Piaget adds a touch of luxury to this timeless collection of high-end watches by implementing it through the sport-focused Polo collection, creating an attractive novelty that combines modern mechanical traditions. Great with a bit of readiness for action.

The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin boasts a 42mm stainless steel case, a relative rarity for perpetual calendars that are often housed in precious metal cases, with a thinness of 8.65mm demonstrating the aptitude for mechanical watchmaking brand creativity. Notably, this choice of material helps bring sophistication to the watch’s extremely thin perpetual calendar function with a more casual and versatile appearance, promoting a unique duality in the way it is worn. For added versatility, this model is equipped with a comfortable stainless steel strap, which can be easily replaced with a sport rubber strap.

While the case of the watch is certainly attractive, it’s the rare Polo that will grab your attention. The watch has a beautiful green dial with harmonious colors, creating a clear balance between function, organization and legibility. The important dial avoids being overcrowded, in part by displaying the moon phase through a smaller window at 6 o’clock. This design decision not only enhances the overall legibility of the display, but also adds a touch of technical sophistication to the watch, harmonizing perfectly with its overall design.

Piaget delivers on its “ultra-thin” promise with the Polo Ultra-thin Perpetual Calendar through the 1255P movement. The movement is essentially the automatic caliber 1200P, launched in 2010, improved with a perpetual calendar module. Notably, this reduces the overall thickness of the movement to only 4mm. While it may not break records for thinness, it offers several advantages, including an attractive price, while maintaining a delicate balance between reliability and thinness. With an overall height of 8.65mm, Piaget has created a highly desirable perpetual calendar watch with simple elegance.

The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is priced at $58,500 and is unlimited.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *