Piaget launches Emperador Coussin Tourbillon Automatic Ultra-Thin


Piaget launches the Emperador Coussin Tourbillon Automatic Ultra Ultra-Thin watch

January 2011: The new Piaget Emperador Coussin Tourbillon Automatic Ultra Ultra-Thin, which was showcased at SIHH 2011, sets a new record for the world’s thinnest self self-winding tourbillon watch measuring a mere 10.4 mm! This daring creation also makes a point of overturning traditional watchmaking codes.

This new timepiece in the Piaget Emperador collection is making its mark in the Black Tie collection, thanks to a powerful design and a decidedly avant-garde character. This model offers a dial-side view of the mechanism.

Like all the new complicated movements from Piaget, this blend of technologies and innovations is housed within a generously sized cushion-shaped Emperador case in 18-carat pink or white gold, measuring 46.5 mm in diameter and water-resistant to approximately 30 metres. The solid case-back, engraved with the Piaget coat-of-arms and the Calibre 1270P reference, features two openings: one for the power-reserve indication, and the other to provide a view of the tourbillon carriage. This new watch is fitted with a brown alligator leather strap secured by an 18-carat gold folding clasp.

Price on Request

Available at: The Piaget Boutique, DLF Emporio, New Delhi and The Piaget Boutique, Oberoi, Nariman Point, Mumbai

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