GPHG 2023 Nominee - Men's Complication - Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin | SENATUS



GPHG 2023 Nominee - Men's Complication - Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin
By SENATUS Magazine | 17 October 2023

The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin remains the quintessential encounter between haute horlogerie and everyday wearability. The iconic Piaget Polo reaches unprecedented heights in 2023 with this variation powered by the 1255P caliber. This sunning new model showcases one of watchmaking’s most emblematic complications, evocatively complemented by a moonphase display.

Always, fitting, never blending, the Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin still features a dark emerald-green dial with a gadroon pattern but shines a new light in this pink gold case. A new perspective which comes with a comfortable rubber strap, echoing the gadroon pattern of the dial and the brand new interchangeable SingleTouch system for the bracelet, that easily yet securely makes it possible to change for an alligator strap. This stand-out-from-the-crowd icon radiates a singular character that resonates with the Piaget spirit of shared joy, sophistication and extravaganza.

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