During this festive season, Swiss luxury watch maker Piaget presents a new version of the its Polo FortyFive . Its open-worked dial provides a partial view of the mechanism, including the black PVD-coated circular-grained main-plate and the date disc. The numerals, hour-markers and hour-markers are arranged in a multidimensional scheme that ensures excellent readability of the information provided.
Featuring a daring blend of grade 5 titanium, rubber and steel materials, the chronograph is fitted with a sapphire crystal case-back revealing Calibre 880P, a mechanical self-winding movement with a vertical coupling-clutch and which is entirely designed, developed and produced in-house. In addition to the fly-back chronograph function, it also displays the hours, minutes, small seconds, date and a 24-hour dual time-zone indication. Thanks to its twin barrels, it has a 50-hour power reserve when operating in chronograph mode.
Titanium bezel with alternating satin-brushed surfaces and gadroons in polished steel
Screw-lock crown in titanium and rubber
Open-worked black and red dial with luminescent hour-markers
Sapphire crystal case-back
Titanium and rubber push-buttons
Water resistance: to 100 metres
Hour, minute, chronograph fly-back function, small seconds (sub-dial at 6 o’clock), dual time-zone display (sub-dial at 9 o’clock)
Manufacture Piaget 880P mechanical self-winding movement
Rubber strap with steel inserts
Triple folding clasp in steel with security fastening and summer/winter position
Limited, numbered edition of 500