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Piaget changes the game, yet again

Having first introduced the Polo collection in 1979, Piaget adds three new creations to the Piaget Polo S collection which was later introduced in 2016. Discover the new timepieces below.

Taking its name from the powerful yet elegant game of polo, the Polo S collection epitomises the watchmaking ethos of the brand. Apart from the five watches launched in 2016, the new Piaget Polo S Chronograph, now comes in a slate-gray dial, and is equipped with the 1160P movement. Available in a limited 888 individually numbered timepieces, the chronograph also comes with a second calfskin black leather strap, as well as a hand-assembled bracelet.

The Piaget Polo S, equipped with the 1110P movement, is also available in a limited 888 individually numbered timepieces, and comes with a black dial, ADLC-treated bezel, and black rubber strap.

The 42mm timepieces come with a cushion-shaped dial rendered with horizontal guilloche and superluminova dauphine hands, giving a contemporary feel to the timepiece. The second-hand counterweight carries a skeleton P on it. The automatic in-house movement can be viewed through sapphire caseback.

 

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