The time-shifting Piaget Polo S is back in black



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The time-shifting Piaget Polo S is back in black

The Piaget Polo wrote itself onto a page of history in 1979 as it made its debut and grew steadily to become an icon of its time. Fast forward to the month of July, in 2016, an heir to the successful timepiece was unveiled. The Piaget Polo S was born to rewrite the story. The new generation embraced the successor. And now, Piaget Polo S line is enriched with three new creations that sing the same ode to the elegant sport of polo while they knit the Piaget DNA together with the vein of innovation.


Bearing the signature Piaget “shape-within-shape” design, the new Piaget Polo S features a cushion-shaped dial within a round 42mm case. Modern horizontal guilloche and superluminova dauphine hands adorn the front whilst the beauty of Piaget’s in-house automatic movement is discreetly revealed through a sapphire case-back.  

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For the first time ever, the Piaget Polo S Chronograph equipped with the 1160P movement is made available with a slate-gray dial. Both in a limited run of 888 pieces, the same chronograph variant and a 1110P version round up the new launch in black dials replete with ADLC-treated bezels and the option of black rubber straps or calfskin leather in ebony.


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