Piaget is one of the most well-known manufacture in the horological industry. The Piaget Polo was first released in 1979, and it was then re-launched for today’s generation. The celebrations took place in New York and then London on the 13th September 2016, where the new Polo S was first presented.
Piaget with this new creation of a Polo S are targeting new audience: the “game changers”.The Polo S collection comes in a brushed and polished 42mm stainless steel case with silvered, blue, black and slate great dials, and fitted with either an in house Piaget Manufacture 1110P self-winding mechanical movement, or its 1160P self-winding chronograph equivalent. All five models are water-resistant to 100m and cost either £7,850 or £10,500 depending on whether you choose the automatic or chromo versions.
Images: Linda Cooper, Text: Federica Conti.