After the success of the Piaget Polo Date in black, launched last year at the Watches and Wonders fair, the watch is now going green, with a dark emerald tone. With an unexpected electric dial that moves from subtle hues to a mesmerizing and changing color, the new timepiece will make watch enthusiasts green with envy.

More than a trend, this Piaget Polo shines a new light on the Polo shapein-shape signature curves and pays homage to the original polo fields and vibrant lawns of West Palm Beach in Florida, where the Maison made the Polo World Cup turn into the Piaget World Cup. When Piaget created the Piaget Polo back in 1979, the Maison wanted to create a sophisticated watch for everyday life, a watch that would incorporate all the Piaget design codes that are synonymous with style, casual elegance and freedom.

On this piece, the iconic gadroons of the Piaget Polo are thickened to blend perfectly with the textured rubber interchangeable bracelet. A new desirable contrast for a more daring look that connects with the very DNA of the collection.

The 1110P movement in Polo is a development of the 800P self-winding mechanical movement – renowned for its durability. The diameter measures 25.58 mm and is only 4 mm thick. The 1110P offers hours, minutes, central seconds and a date window at 6 o’clock. Il vibrates at 28,800 vph (4 Hz) and has a power reserve of 50 hours. Fitted with a balance stop, the 1110P self-winding movement also has a slate grey oscillating weight decorated with circular Côtes de Genève and stamped with the Piaget coat-of-arms. The finishes of the 1110P are applied using traditional Haute Horlogerie techniques: circular-grained mainplate, bevelled bridges, sunburst wheels and blued screws.

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