Rewrite the rules with a new generation of Piaget Polo S watches
Revival of an icon
The man of the hour, Ryan Reynolds lends his charisma and cool masculinity to the Swiss maison in an all-new campaign that embraces the intrepid spirit of the reinterpreted Piaget Polo S timepiece. An icon remade for the contemporary man who forges his own rules, the renowned actor teams up with eight like-minded, driven personalities from professional sportsmen and singers to creatives and businessmen that embody the daring and courage of Piaget's DNA.
First created in 1979, the Piaget Polo has set the precedence for elegance and performance since its inception, lauding an enviable lifestyle and the spirit of the sport. Triumphantly heralded through Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York by the Piaget Polo team in 1985, this generational icon now perpetuates its legacy by making a grand debut in 2016.
A representation of bold originality that stems from the sportsmanship of polo, the Piaget Polo S is fashioned with the likeness of its predecessor in a clever shape-within-shape cushion dial measuring 42mm. A unique profile that challenges the conventional, the new stainless steel timepiece houses an automatic precision 1110P movement exclusively manufactured for the Piaget Polo S. Achieving their recognised impeccability, the maison has also crafted an additional chronograph model equipped with a 1160P self-winding calibre in the new collection — chosen by Reynolds as his watch of choice.
Available in a blue, silvered or anthracite-gray guilloché dial, the sleek silhouette of this new signature is rounded off with a robust hand-assembled bracelet that affects a textured appearance with its alternately polished and satin-finished links. A game changer in the field, the Piaget Polo S is a haute horlogerie masterpiece for the movers and shakers.
Discover the collection and the personalities behind the Piaget Polo S.
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