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Piaget Polo S Chronograph G0A41006 42mm Stainless Steel BLUE DIAL

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SKU:
STG0A41006
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Available for immediate overnight delivery to US destinations. 2-8 days est. World Wide **All Images are of the actual watch**
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$8,450.00
MSRP: $14,700.00
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SKU:STG0A41006 ,Availability:

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SKU:
STG0A41006
Availability:
Available for immediate overnight delivery to US destinations. 2-8 days est. World Wide **All Images are of the actual watch**

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Piaget Polo S Chronograph - Ref G0A41006, Retail MSRP $14,700

if you mixed a royal oak jumbo with a patek nautilus and sprinkled it with some Vacheron Overseas Magic Dust, you'd end with this Piaget Polo S Chronograph - Released as a gamechanger for Piaget in 2017

This watch is old school cool in a way that says i appreciate Piaget for being a classic brand with a rich heritage.  I think the S stands for Sport but it think it should really stand for SEXY (as in beast)!

The watch has an enigmatic aesthetic - Its round but sort of squarish based on the dial. its just plain different and cool and that blue dial holds your attention! 

 

  • rich blue horizontally textured dial (makes you think of the bracelets on the original Piaget Polo watches of the 70's and 80's)  
  • 42mm Stainless Steel with see through caseback, chronograph pushers at 2 and 4 and winding crown at 3
  • Powered by Manufacture Piaget 1160P automatic mechanical movement with chronograph and date, 50 Hour Power Reserve
  • Luminous index markers and hands make this watch super legible and glow like a flashlight in the dark
  • Water resistant to 100 meters / 330 feet - remember the 'S' is for Sport!
  • Stainless Steel 'Sport' Bracelet is full length complete with all links and will fit up to 8 inch wrist

 

Pre-owned-Purchased by our customer in 2018, worn a handful of times (if that) on a very careful basis.  

Comes with original Piaget Box and Booklet.  Owner misplaced Piaget Warranty Card.

If you need anything else to convince you how badly you need to own this watch, here is what LOUIS WESTPHALEN from Hoodinkee said about this watch, 'The last thing about the chronograph gets even more geeky: the feeling might not be shared, but I loved the round sub-register shape in the square-ish case, as it reminded me of the smiley robots I used to play with as a child. Now that I've said that, can you un-see it in this watch? I didn't think so.'

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