Piaget is introducing two limited editions to its Polo collection. The luxury sports watch family welcomes a three-hand execution in pink gold, the Piaget Polo Date, and the Piaget Polo Skeleton in steel. Both cases are distinguished by the collection’s hallmark round and cushion-shaped case silhouettes in 42mm and offer water resistance to 100 meters.
While the pink gold case is 9.4mm thick, the steel version has an even slimmer height of only 6.5mm. The Polo Date boasts a green dial with the Piaget signature horizontal lines and a date indication at 6 o’clock. The luminous hour markers and hand match the case material.
The automatic manufacture caliber 1110P powers the timepiece from within. It offers a power reserve of 50 hours and highlights its engraved slate gray oscillating weight through the exhibition case back.
Continuing the green motif, the Piaget Polo Skeleton displays parts of the self-winding skeletonized caliber 1200S1 fabricated in green. The brightly-hued movement amasses a power reserve for 44 hours and is on display from both the dial and the caseback.
The new Piaget Polo Date retails for approximately $29,000 while the Polo Sketleton retails for approximately $30,900.