The first major complication in the ultra-thin Altiplano world
With its 4.65 mm hand-wound chronograph movement and its 8.24 mm case, this newcomer to the Altiplano range will set a new crowning touch to the already impressive array of Piaget watches distinguished by legendary slenderness.
A contemporary translation of Altiplano
For the first time, the Piaget Altiplano Chronograph watch presents a new interpretation of slenderness and refinement by housing a major watchmaking complication: the hand-wound chronograph.
With its hand-wound movement, the chronograph is controlled by a column-wheel responsible for coordinating all its phases, and by a vertical coupling-clutch system ensuring perfect precision.
This finely crafted movement visible through the transparent case back features the aesthetic refinement of finishes performed in keeping with the noblest watchmaking tradition: circular Côtes de Genève, circular-grained main plate, bevelled bridges, sunburst wheels and blued screws.
Two refined versions of the Altiplano watch with leather straps
Available in pink gold or white gold, set with 56 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 1.8 ct), the lines of this new chronograph continue into its alligator leather strap fitted with a pin buckle.