Piaget made their mark in watchmaking history with the introduction of the ultra-thin caliber 9P in 1957 and then Caliber 12P in 1960 that is known as the world’s thinnest automatic movement. The movement is powered by their Piaget Polo watch that first released in 1979 that comes with Piaget’s iconic design.

Through the years, they are developing the Piaget Polo collection with many upgrades and also release an all-new Piaget Polo line dubbed as Piaget Polo S. This new line is a game changer because it’s designed to reach a younger audience that is looking for an affordable and elegant watch to sport on in any occasions.

Crowned by a satin-finished and polished bezel, its 42 mm diameter case is water-resistant to 10 ATM and combines round and cushion shapes in the pure aesthetic tradition of Piaget. True to its origins, this timepiece features a very thin profile measuring at just 9.4mm, making it an ideal dress watch.

The structured white dial crossed by horizontal lines, featuring applied luminescent hour markers, Dauphine hands, a trotteuse hand and an openworked P, displays the hours, minutes and seconds at the centre and the date at 6 o’clock.

Its sapphire crystal case back reveals the refined finishes of the new Piaget 1110P Manufacture self-winding movement. The movement beats at 4Hz frequency and has 50 hours of power reserve. This ultra-thin movement comes with only 4mm of thickness to support the seconds, hours, minutes and date function.

In terms of finishing, the 1110P Caliber is decorated with circular-grained mainplate, bevelled bridges, oscillating weight engraved with the Piaget coat of arms and blued screws on bridges. With affordable prices, you can get such a good technical movement with elegant decorations on it.

This luxury men’s watch comes on a blue alligator-skin strap with a folding clasp and is delivered with a second brown mahogany strap. This rose gold watch is the expression of modernity and relaxed elegance, perfect for any occasion.

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