Sharing the iconic cushion-shape inspired design of the Emperador collection blended with the round look of the existing Polo collection, Piaget has unveiled an all-new model called the Piaget Polo S. The Swiss-based watchmaker refers to the design as a round case and bezel, “juxtaposed with a cushion-shaped face.”

Designed and manufactured exclusively by Piaget, the new Polo S is offered in either an automatic, utilizing the new Piaget 1110P movement, or a chronograph equipped with the new Piaget 1160P movement.

The new collection consists of five total references. The Polo S Automatic with a blue, gray, or white dial for $9350. And the Polo S Chronograph with a white or blue dial that retails for $12,400.

Water-resistance is 100 meters. The Automatic version measures a sleek 9.4 mm, with the Chronograph measuring 11.2 mm in thickness.

The dials all feature a distinctive horizontal motif, similar to a Patek Philippe Nautilus, along with applied indexes and distinctive lance-shaped hour and minute hands. And a unique date aperture at 6 o’clock. Even the counter weight on the central seconds hand is different, with the Piaget logo inside of a diamond shape. Each case features a mixture of polished and satin-brushed surfaces, including on the matching steel bracelet which is currently the only option on all models.

Jason Pitsch
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