Go Green with the Piaget Polo Field

Eschewing the black for the verdant polo fields that the watch is inspired by
Published: 9 October 2023
Piaget Polo Field with a self-winding movement. PIAGET

Ride into the world of Piaget's Polo collection, the crossroads where elegance, innovation, tradition and modernity meet. Since 1979, Piaget Polo had a goal for a pioneering sense of style. And even with a storied sophistication, it has an everyday wearability. A lifestyle watch, if you will.

The Piaget Polo Date was first unveiled in a black colourway at Watches and Wonders 2022. Now it has birthed a variant called the Polo Field. This is a spectacle for the wrist. As a homage to the original polo fields and lawns of West Palm Beach, Florida, when it comes to Swiss craftsmanship, it is reflected in the nuanced detailing of the Piaget Polo Field.

The Piaget Polo Field's sapphire crystal case back. PIAGET

For this edition, the 42mm Polo Field watch has a special green dial with Super-LumiNova markers which shine in the dark and heighten Piaget's signature "P" logo on the tip of the seconds hand. The gadroons on the dial are thicker to blend in with the textured water-resistant rubber strap. Swap out your straps to suit the mood of your day. Hell, you can even replace with another colour, if you so wish.

The timepiece's unique shape—its cushion dial and round bezel—makes you stand out from the crowd. With a stainless steel body contrasting against its sapphire crystal case back, the Polo Field houses an intricate 1110P Manufacture automatic mechanical movement. With a price point that doesn't break the bank, this is a timepiece for those who abide by the risk-takers (whose motto is probably "YOLO"), this is a timepeice for those who live life to the fullest.

The Other Piaget Polo Series

As you marvel at the Piaget Polo Field, take a gander at the other Polo models like the Perpetual Calendar and Skeleton. Both are ultra-thin, with the former hosting a Perpetual Calendar with a moon-phase mechanism and the latter housing an all-new self-winding skeleton movement 1200S1 powered by an off-centre micro-rotor etched into Piaget's coat of arms.

The Piaget Polo Field is available here.

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