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Piaget Introduces The Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion

Piaget Introduces The Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion

Piaget Introduces The Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion



Since 1874, Piaget has been crafting luxury watches and luxury jewelry treasures by blending a jeweler’s refinement with its watchmaking sophistication.

This esteemed brand offers plenty of innovation too, as a first in watchmaking history, 150 years after the Maison was founded and 67 years after it invented its first ultra-thin caliber in the form of the 9P, and 6 years after revealing the thinnest watch in the world: Altiplano Ultimate Concept in 2018, Maison Piaget has once again performed an outstanding feat, pushing the boundaries of horological ingenuity, meet Piaget introduces Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion.

Incredibly chic, and not to mention thin: it’s only 2mm, the new timepiece features what the brand calls “the beating heart of a flying tourbillon, the complication prized by watchmaking connoisseurs.”

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Piaget The Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion

When it comes to sizes, the watch dons a diameter of 41.5mm, a guaranteed water resistance to a depth of 20m along a power reserve of about 40 hours. The result? Well, it’s a model that pushes the boundaries of watchmaking feasibility, housed in a striking blue PVD-treated cobalt alloy case. The position of the watch components was maintained, with the dial displaying the hours and minutes still slightly off-center, just as its predecessor. The tourbillon is located at 10 o’clock, with a seconds indicator engraved on the tourbillon ring. Three years in the making, it was conducted in secret, inside the Piaget Manufacture in La Côte-aux-Fées, Switzerland under strict hush-hush conditions.

Piaget The Altiplano Ultimate Concept Turbillion
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