Piaget Polo S Chronograph, A Luxury Sport Replica Watch Under $130

My first vintage Replica watch was an ultra-thin Piaget, which probably explains the infatuation I have for the brand. Understandably, the announcement of an upcoming “game changer” last year raised my expectations – and my doubts. July’s release of the Polo S was dominated by polemics over its potential resemblance to some other iconic watches, overshadowing a bit the conversation about whether it might or might not be the crucial game-changing piece that Piaget replica had promised. More than nine months later, it felt that it was time to look back at the Polo S and truly assess what it was all about, on its own merits.

I spent a week wearing the Polo S Chronograph with a bright blue dial, day in and day out. But don’t be confused. This isn’t A Week On The Wrist, but instead a look at the raison d’etre of the Polo S, its core purpose for Piaget and its core value to customers.

There’s no question the Polo S looks like the Nautilus

“Comparison is the death of joy,” according to Mark Twain, so let’s tackle that side of things first: does the Polo S look like a Patek Philippe Nautilus? Undoubtedly. Especially the blue dial versions. It would be dishonest of me to pretend otherwise. More exactly, it looks very much like the women’s version of the Nautilus, the reference 7118/1A, which also offers a date at six o’clock and a similar looking combination of lumed hands and indexes. However, I truly feel that the Polo S is more complicated than a carbon copy of an iconic reference – itself an interpretation of the Royal Oak from Audemars Piguet, I might add. As you are already aware, both watches were designed by the very same Gerald Genta, some four years apart. Continue reading →

Piaget Replica Polo S, An Updated Classic, For The First Time In Steel, And Under $10,000

If you know anything about Piaget Replica, you know they are a serious and true manufacture with some notable achievements. From the ultra-thin 9P movement developed in 1957, to being one of the first major Swiss replica watches houses to use the Beta-21 movement, to their more recent ultra-slim introductions, they have a small but dedicated following among serious watch lovers. What you may not know about is the Polo, a solid gold watch released in 1979 with truly the epitome of jet-set chic in the late 70s. This heavy metal timepiece weighed 130 grams and was powered by the then-prestigious 7P quartz movement (gone are the days where quartz was considered prestigious). The Polo was the watch to own and wear in the 1980s, and in fact, made up for one-third of Piaget’s replica watch sales.

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The Polo has continued to be a part of Piaget’s collection, but with little fanfare. Today, that changes. Say hello to the Piaget Polo S (the S stands for steel, the style of the watch, and that it is a signature of the brand). The new and improved version of the Polo is different in many ways, all while maintaining the same sporty elegance that was so loved in the first version.  Continue reading →

he Piaget Replica Altiplano 40mm With Patinated Grey Dial (And New 1203P Movement)

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This year is the 60th anniversary of the Altiplano and we know there are going to be quite a few commemorative replica watches from Piaget to celebrate. In fact, we’ve already shown you two of them. Now we’ve got another to share, the 40mm Altiplano with a patinated grey dial and the brand new in-house 1203P movement.

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