Piaget just unveiled the Polo Field watch, reference G0A48022, in a dark emerald green theme inspired by the polo fields of West Palm Beach in Florida, where Piaget hosted the 1980 Polo World Cup. The Polo Field watch is the most straightforward, entry-level model from the Geneva-based watchmaker.
The 42mm Polo Field watch’s deceptively simple elegance is a tension of shapes. It features a round bezel with a subtle octagon interior edge, stainless steel case with alternating brushed and polished finishes, slim 9.4mm case height, signature guilloché grooves across the dial, faceted indices, a six o’clock date display, lume-filled hour and minute hands, a ‘P’ counterweight on the central seconds hand, an open sapphire crystal caseback, and water-resistance of 100 meters. It has an interchangeable dark green rubber strap embellished with ribbings that echo the dial’s design.
The Polo Field watch runs on the exclusive slim 1110P caliber that features Côtes de Genève on the bridges and slate gray rotor, and beveled bridges and circular graining on the main plate. The automatic movement beats at 4Hz, with a 50-hour power reserve.
The Piaget Polo Field watch is expected to be released in the last half of June and will retail for $13,570. It will be available from Piaget’s webstore as well as physical boutiques.