Piaget Polo Debuts Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin In Steel

Piaget just debuted a perpetual calendar for its Polo line powered by the Caliber 1255P complication. This new Piaget Polo model showcases the classic complication in a new form, complemented by a moon phase display.

The emerald green gadroon patterned dial of the new Piaget Polo model features perpetual calendar sub-dials at 3 o’clock for the date, weekdays at 9 o’clock, and months at 12 o’clock, with a leap year indicator integrated in the month sub-dial, a flat ring with the ‘perpetual calendar’ text, a moon phase window and ‘Piaget’ text logo at 6 o’clock inside the ring. Super-LumiNova coated indices and hour and minute hands complete the design.

Powering the timepiece is a self-winding mechanical 1255P visible through a sapphire case back. It has a blue micro-rotor, with circular Côtes de Genève, and a perpetual calendar module with a moon phase mechanism under the dial. The 1255P has a 42-hour power reserve, beats to a frequency of 21,600 vibrations/hour, and will show the correct day-date-month and the leap year until 2100. The 42mm Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin is enclosed in a stainless-steel case with a flat round bezel and has a height of 8.65mm and 30m water resistance.

The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin also comes with the new interchangeable SingleTouch system to replace the integrated H-link steel bracelet, and a rubber strap. Both the bracelet and strap feature gadroons pattern variations echoing the dial design.

The Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin is part of the permanent collection and carries a $58,500 price tag. For more information regarding the timepiece, please visit


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