Piaget presented the Polo Field, a limited edition of its Polo model featuring a dark emerald green dial that mesmerizes with shifting hues under varying light conditions. Cleverly choosing its target market, Piaget says the watch pays homage to the original polo fields and vibrant lawns of West Palm Beach in Florida, where the Piaget World Cup polo tournament is held.
Introduced in 1979, the Piaget Polo was conceived as a sophisticated timepiece for everyday wear, effortlessly embodying Piaget’s design codes synonymous with style, casual elegance, and freedom. On the new Polo Field, the signature gadroons of the Piaget Polo are thickened to blend perfectly with the textured rubber interchangeable bracelet.
“The Piaget Polo is an ode to the charismatics, to the trendsetters, the risk-takers, the celebration makers, who live their life to the fullest,” the brand says.
Piaget Polo Field in emerald green has a horizontally brushed steel bezel. It uses Piaget’s 1110P automatic movement, which has a power reserve of 50 hours. Crafted from stainless steel, the case measures 42 mm x 9.4 mm and is water resistant up to 10 ATM. Finishes include circular Côtes de Genève, bevelled bridges, blued screws and a slate grey oscillating weight with circular Côtes de Genève and engraved with the Piaget coat of arms.
Production of the Piaget Polo Field ref. G0A48022 will be limited to 400 pieces per year with a price of Euro 13,500 (including VAT) / US$ 13,000. piaget.com
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