Piaget Introduces Its 1200P Movement Inside Altiplano Watch

Jul 01, 2010
In order to mark the 50th birthday of its legendary caliber 12P, the worlds thinnest mechanical automatic movement at the time of its release, Piaget has introduced its new 1200P movement, which measures just 2.35 mm.

An impressive accomplishment in the high-end watchmaking, this ultra-thin self-winding mechanism has found a natural home in the classic Altiplano watch. Liberated from any unnecessary artifice, this model focuses on the essential: displaying the hours and minutes.

The caliber mentioned provides a power reserve of 40 hours. The entire mechanism is enclosed in the appealing pink or white gold case, which boasts a diameter of 43 mm. Its back side is fitted with a sapphire crystal. The watch case is held securely in place by the alligator leather strap. The Altiplano timekeeping companion has been issued in limited series of 235 items per each version.

Crafted with special attention to quality and detail, this timepiece from Piaget will surely appeal to the audience, looking for peerless functionality and supreme elegance.



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