The Piaget 1200S ultra-thin skeletonised movement is designed, developed and produced by the Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Piaget. The House currently offers a range of 18 ultra-thin movements and 5 skeleton movements. At Piaget, credibility has always been built on a tangible reality, which is why the Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Piaget has constantly renewed and extended its mastery of the highly technical ultra-thin movement segment. Within this long and prestigious lineage, some of the most striking recent accomplishments include the 430P movement (2.1 mm thick) created in 1998, and the 830P (2.5 mm) introduced in 2007. This expertise in ultra-thin movements has also given rise to various complicated calibres (the 600P shaped tourbillon, 880P chronograph. 855P perpetual calendar, 1270 self-winding tourbillon movements). In 2010, Piaget celebrated the 50th anniversary of its legendary Calibre 12P by presenting Calibres 1200P (hours and minutes) and 1208P (hours, minutes and small seconds), the world's thinnest mechanical movements. At the same time, Piaget paved new paths for the art of skeletonisation or openworking.
One hundred and forty years’ worth of uninterrupted history have allowed Piaget to forge its unique jewellery and watchmaking expertise. The Brand is a genuine Fine Watchmaking manufacture that brings together the art of ultraflat technology and the finest jewel-setting, characterised by its undyingly elegant and refined aesthetics.Find out more >
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