Piaget Altiplano series hand-wound 38 mm watch

Since its release in 1957, the Piaget Altiplano collection has an unprecedented reputation for its slim, simple dials and elegant, subtle shapes, giving the ultimate in elegance. Coincides with the 60th anniversary of the advent of the series, this year’s Geneva International Watch senior salon, the Piaget launched Piaget Altiplano series of 38 mm hand-winding watch, limited 460, the official model: G0A42107.

Case to 18K white gold to create a diameter of 38 mm, polished, case outline slim, smooth lines, distributed dazzling luster.

Dial color using a unique Earl Gray – a deep blue and midnight blue between the deep color, lined with radial radial carving, retro elegance and fashion.

Dial the middle of the original series of signs, gold time scale and the central cross pattern, to pay tribute to the tradition of the series. Low-key blue cross pattern with the classic platinum time-scale and slender Barton pointer echoes to create a charming visual effects.

Piaget made 430P manual winding movement, including 131 parts, the thickness of only 2.1 mm, vibration frequency 21,600 times per hour, the number of gemstones 18, with blue steel screws, the main splint and table bridge, respectively, polished round and inverted Angle retouching, can provide 43 hours power reserve.

Has a blue alligator strap, and with 18K white gold buckle clasp.

Summary: Earl Piaget Altiplano series of manual winding 38 mm watch fully demonstrates the brand’s endless creativity, to meet the needs of the contemporary, but also remodeling the classic.