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Piaget used to pride – and finance – itself on its long-term achievements in crafting remarkably thin watches All was well as long as they could rule in this game, sometimes by greater and sometimes rather minuscule margins In recent years, however, we have witnessed Piaget lose focus not just of the luxury watch market in general, but also of its true self.
The Polo S saw mixed reception at best, the 60th anniversary, totally run-of-the-mill Altiplanos displayed a depressing lack of creativity, with the only pieces in recent memory keeping the faintest positive idea of the brand having been the record-thin automatic Altiplano and these two marquetry stone-dialed tourbillon beauties (hands-on here) Another sparkle of hope for the brand comes in the ultra-delicate shape of the Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept watch. width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"> How does this Ultimate Concept fit into the world of Piaget? What difference will it actually make . More