Piaget Altiplano: The World’s Thinnest Automatic Watch

By Butterboom Writers  /  April 19, 2011

Breaking new ground.

Piaget is a pioneer in thin mechanical movements. Way back in 1957, they revealed the world’s first self-winding mechanical movement thin watch – the calibre 9P and soon 12P, and their latest thin watch from the Altiplano collection launched at SIHH does not disappoint and is the world’s first ultra-thin watch.

This stunning watch comes with a sleek dial and extremely thin baton hands which is pure minimalist in design. At just 5.25mm thick, it boast the world thinnest automatic movement at 2.35mm and has been hailed as a mechanical wonder. The surface is 43 millimeters and feels like a wafer on your wrist.The watch case is just as impressive and is available in 18k white or rose gold with black or brown alligator. We think this is the ultimate luxury pedigree watch.  A classy bold watch that is so ultra-thin you can hardly feel its weight, so unassuming, its understated luxury at its best.


How much?

  • Piaget Altiplano – HK$173,000

Where to buy?

  • Shop 8, G/F Prince’s Building, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 25255585
  • Shop L2, Hotel Lobby, The Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road, TST, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Tel: 23111122


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