When presented earlier this year, the inaugural editions of the Piaget Polo Skeleton were almost everything the brand is famous for. A shaped watch, with elegant design, true watchmaking expertise expressed by the means of skeletonization and an ultra-thin movement, something that has been a speciality of the brand for more than half a century. There was one facet of the brand that was missing though, and that is the luxurious side of the watchmaker-jeweller… Earlier this year, the issue was solved with the launch of 4 new gold editions of the Piaget Polo Skeleton, including some with stones. And today, we give a look at them in our latest video review.
One of the key elements with the Piaget Polo Skeleton is this combination of modernity and casualness with the beauty of an aerial, openworked movement with ultra-thin profile – and one element that we haven’t mentioned yet regarding the brand, these watches we have today are both featuring a blue-coated movement, the signature colour of Piaget. This movement, one of the thinnest automatic calibres on the market, is only 2.4mm in height and still, the brand has made it possible to have its entire structure opened to the max, in a modern way.
What matters today is the introduction of these luxurious editions, available either in 18k rose or 18k white gold, with or without diamonds on the bezel. Make sure to check the video to discover all the details on the Piaget Polo Skeleton, including its ultra-thin movement. More details at piaget.com and in our review of the steel model.