Paul Picot Creates Gentleman Arc-en-ciel Watch

Dec 04, 2009
Paul Picot is pleased to unveil the new Gentleman Arc-en-ciel watch. The name of the timepiece is translated as “rainbow” from French.

The exclusive Paul Picot watch from the Gentlemen collection makes one feel the joy and gaiety, peace and renewal associated with rainbow in different cultures. The rainbow is a kind of a bridge between two distant parts of the world, or between the Earth and another world. In different cultures, the rainbow bridge is believed to be crossed by gods, wizards, shamans, or legendary heroes.

At 10 o’clock you will notice a wide arched opening, with each day of the week corresponding to one of tPaul Picot is pleased to unveil the new Gentleman Arc-en-ciel watch. The name of the timepiece is translated as “rainbow” from French.

The exclusive Paul Picot watch from the Gentlemen collection makes one feel the joy and gaiety, peace and renewal associated with rainbow in different cultures. The rainbow is a kind of a bridge between two distant parts of the world, or between the Earth and another world. In different cultures, the rainbow bridge is believed to be crossed by gods, wizards, shamans, or legendary heroes.

At 10 o’clock you will notice a wide arched opening, with each day of the week corresponding to one of the seven rainbow colors. It implies that the dial “changes its mood” every day, expressing it via a different color. he seven rainbow colors. It implies that the dial “changes its mood” every day, expressing it via a different color.

The case of the watch is sculptured in a high-grade stainless steel. It is coupled with a crocodile leather strap fitted with a tongue buckle. The case is 50-meter water-resistant.


The watch demonstrates a black or silver "veloute" dial. The date window is positioned at 6 o’clock. The dial is protected by a sapphire crystal provided with anti-reflective coating.


The Paul Picot Gentleman Arc-en-ciel watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is equipped with a reliable self-winding movement responsible for displaying the days of the week and the seven colors of the rainbow.


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