Piaget

Branch of Richemont International SA
37, Chemin du Champs de Fills, 1228 Plans-les-Ouates/ Genève, SWITZERLAND
info@piaget.com  •  www.piaget.com
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Ultra-thin timepieces and the name Piaget have gone hand-in-hand for many decades. So it will not come as a shock that Piaget introduced a number of varieties on the ultra-thin, skeletonized Caliber 1200S. That’s the movement of the Piaget Altiplano 1200, which is the world’s thinnest automatic skeletonized watch. As if that wasn’t enough, Piaget now adds […]

 
As we’ve seen in recent years — and most especially at this year’s SIHH — watch brands are pulling out all the stops to achieve new records not only in thinness, but in the level of complication and complexity that they pack into those super-slim movements and cases. Here are five recent examples of timepieces […]

 
We at Monochrome Watches do get our share of impressive timepieces to wear, but a watch that is (almost) the thinnest watch in the world still manages to impress. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra-Thin 1907, introduced earlier this year during the SIHH in Geneva, is thin as a razor, superbly legible, and very stylish. We’ve reviewed […]

 
In skeleton watches, the watchmaker strips the watch’s dial and/or movement to their bare essentials, revealing as much of the watch’s interior as possible. For skeleton watch fans who love the technical “openwork” artistry that goes into skeleton watchmaking, these timepieces give them a detailed look at a watch’s inner workings. Below we take a […]

 
In recent years Cartier, the king of haute joaillerie, has begun storming the bastions of haute horlogerie. In this full-length feature from our October 2010 issue, WatchTime’s Joe Thompson explores the intriguing origins and bold future initiatives of Manufacture Cartier. In April 2008, Cartier startled the watch world with the introduction of its first ever […]