Piaget Polo luxury steel watches for men arise as the new benchmarks of masculine elegance inspired by models from the Maison’s legendary collection. Understated, dynamic and perfect in every way, with curved cases and polished or satin-finished bracelets, these luxury steel watches reflect the elegance and high standards of the sport from which they take their name, accompanying men from morning to night. A joyful celebration of the chic yet relaxed spirit of this collection of luxury watches for men since 1979. With guilloché dials, sapphire case-backs that reveal the watch’s movement and cases that marry round and cushion shapes, these luxury watches in stainless steel inscribe the collection in the long aesthetic tradition of the Swiss Manufacture. A heritage that nonetheless leaves room for Piaget Polo luxury watches for men to tell their own story, celebrating every instant.
A new man’s model with a strong character, this automatic watch has a casual elegance that is ideal for every occasion. Available with a polished and satin-brushed steel bracelet, merging perfectly with its curved case, this masculine luxury watch has contemporary lines and is remarkably comfortable to wear. Housed in a case-middle combining round and cushion-shaped forms in the purest Piaget aesthetic tradition, the blue horizontal guilloché dial, divided up by luminescent applied hour-markers, displays hours, minutes and seconds, and the date at 6 o’clock. The 42 mm-diameter steel case, water-resistant to 10 ATM, displays an elegant interplay of alternating polished and satin-brushed finishes. Its sapphire crystal case back reveals the refined finishings of the new Piaget 1110P Manufacture automatic movement and its anthracite-gray oscillating weight, engraved with the Piaget coat-of-arms. As the ultimate aesthetic detail, the trotteuse hand is decorated with an openworked letter “P”, the symbol of the famous Swiss watchmaker.
Piaget SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker and jeweler, founded in 1874 in La Côte-aux-Fées. It was founded as a manufacturer of watch movements and supplied components and movements to the most prestigious watch brands in Switzerland. In the 20th century, Piaget began its own line of watches.