Piaget is in back with a bang, not just with one watch, and it has three options that you can pick from this time around, from the Piaget Polo collection. First up is the Piaget Polo FortyFive, which is set in pink gold and titanium. The watch sports a “darkest black” rubber strap mellowed down by pink gold godroons and a soothing bezel and dial set in the same precious metal. The watch sport an 855P self-winding mechanical movement that also powers a perpetual calendar that will run spot on till the year 2100. The ultra-thin watch measures 5.6 mm and features a 45 mm diameter case akin to a polo match’s 45-minute time period. The watch comes with 100-meter water resistance and features a pink gold buckle with an adaptable summer/winter clasp.
Next in line is the 32mm thin Piaget Polo watch. This chronograph is set inside an 18-carat pink and white gold case and sports 36 “brilliant-cut diamonds” that weigh 0.5 carats. The dial is set in Ruby zoisite with 18-carat pink gold hour-markers. The 2011’s famed Piaget Polo watch is powered by Piaget 690P quartz movement.
And rounding up the collection is a femme fatal version of the Piaget Polo FortyFive, called the Piaget Polo FortyFive Lady. This watch is 38mm in thickness and is set in an 18-carat gold case with 50 “brilliant-cut diamonds” that weigh 0.7 carats. Inspired by Piaget Polo FortyFive, first launched in 1999, the watch bezel spots 8 “brilliant-cut diamonds” of 0.5 carats on a brown dial face. The chronograph runs of the 15P quartz movement and is finished with a matching bracelet.