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    Piaget Altiplano Chronograph - another thinness record




    • The world's thinnest hand-wound flyback chronograph.

    • Movement - 4.65mm, watch 8.24mm.

    • Dual time function.

    • No prices as yet, available Autumn 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post

    • Movement - 4.65mm, watch 8.24mm.
    wow !!


    • The world's thinnest hand-wound flyback chronograph.
    and pretty too

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    Yeah not a bad looking piece at all. Price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerpac View Post
    Price?
    Last bullet point...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    Last bullet point...

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    I love Piaget as a brand, and a Polo 45 is right up there for me, but that is hideous. The chronograph subdial placement looks like one of Invicta's efforts of whacking a SII VD54 in a 60mm case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domo View Post
    I love Piaget as a brand, and a Polo 45 is right up there for me, but that is hideous. The chronograph subdial placement looks like one of Invicta's efforts of whacking a SII VD54 in a 60mm case.
    Yeah, I can see your point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domo View Post
    I love Piaget as a brand, and a Polo 45 is right up there for me, but that is hideous. The chronograph subdial placement looks like one of Invicta's efforts of whacking a SII VD54 in a 60mm case.
    Exactly. Perhaps if they would put it in a 37mm case, it wouldn't look as crowded around the centre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Exactly. Perhaps if they would put it in a 37mm case, it wouldn't look as crowded around the centre
    Then, everyone would complain that the subdials were truncating the markers.

    Rick "can't please everybody" Denney
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    Oh now we're supposed to read the ENTIRE post before commenting? pfft!

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