Though we treat them like tools — which they are — wristwatches are so much more than simply devices that tell the time. Truly, if you take a gander at the inner workings, it’s clear to see just how intricate and beautiful they can be — lending credence to the idea of calling them wearable art. And those stunning mechanisms are on full display in Piaget’s Polo Skeleton Automatic Watch you see here today.
With its blue dial detailing alongside its silver stainless steel hands, a case that’s 30% slimmer than the original Polo model from the 1970s, and an elegantly-simple matching band, this versatile 42mm accessory is suitable for a wide variety of styles and occasions and won’t detract from the rest of your outfit — that is, until someone gets a closer look at it. Then, up close, everyone can immediately see what a show-stealer it really is — courtesy of the skeleton dial and exhibition caseback that show off the ultra-precise, Swiss-made, 25-jewel, 44-hour power reserve calibre 1200S automatic movement within. If you really want to elevate your everyday carry, watch collection, and overall style, you can do no wrong with this $28,500 wristwatch.
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