January 18, 2009


Piaget is one of those few companies specialized in manufacturing only high-end, extremely expensive and limited edition watches, which have lots of precious materials and attractive features, but whose prices make them way too exclusive.

As a manufacturer of fine Swiss movements, Piaget began producing movements for many other prestigious watch companies. The Piaget name has become synonymous with ultra-thin mechanical movements, most recently releasing the world premier ultra thin Tourbillion movement developed entirely in-house. And despite the fact that Piaget watches remain the finest example of haute horologerie and haute joaillerie, the latest model released by the company doesn’t seem to fit the profile.

The Polo 45 Flyback Chronograph is probably the sportiest Piaget watch so far and an interesting addition to the traditionally formal watch maker's collection. Taking the classic Polo watch, Piaget uses titanium instead of gold for this luxury sport model (a metal that is notoriously hard to get a polish from). Segments of the 45mm wide case (as well as on the dial) are in steel though. Going along with the sport theme, the watch is water resistant to 100 meters, and features a rubber strap for secure fit. LATEST GADGETS,COOL gadgets,watch,piaget watch,latest watch,cool watch,hi-tech watch,expensive watch,watch