Piaget pays homage to the 80s with a solid gold watch

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Piaget brand is timeless and eternal, despite undergoing numerous metamorphoses - its allure has remained unchanged...

The watch, which was advertised in the 1980s as "the world's ultimate sports watch," has taken on several different forms over the years, from ultra-slim to square iterations, two-tone with gemstones, and many others. On the occasion of Piaget's 150th anniversary and the 45th anniversary of the Piaget Polo model, the brand introduced the all-new Piaget Polo 79 watch, paying tribute to the original.

If you ask them, the 80s are back on the scene, but now they are more intense, bolder, and golder! The Piaget Polo 79 is a $73,000 masterpiece with a 38mm diameter case. The striking, irresistible round watch made of 18-karat yellow gold is powered by the brand's in-house ultra-thin mechanical caliber 1200P1 with a self-winding mechanism, whose movement can be seen through the transparent sapphire case back.

The watch bids farewell to its former restraint with a captivating gold bracelet that contrasts perfectly with the polished lugs and edges.

The dial does not attract attention and blends in with the rest of the watch, featuring gold and polished indices with the Piaget logo at 12 o'clock. The Polo 79 has only two gold hands and will be introduced in a limited series with a price tag of $73,000.

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