A very rare wristshot

 By: foversta : July 9th, 2018-12:55
Not sure that a lot of people could wear this one... the stunning Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept and its 2mm case height!


I would wear it ...

 By: Horology75 : July 9th, 2018-13:00
I’m sure it’s not gonna me cheap and the journey from research & development to production would be long

This concept is not new, in the seventies or eigthies Lassale had the same with flying wheels. it looks good, but I am sure it is delicate. Best

 By: Walter2 : July 9th, 2018-13:01

What I like about it is...

 By: mahesh : July 9th, 2018-13:27
the thought given around the ‘crown’ design, if traditionally done would probably be the thickest part !


This is just stunning

 By: Watch_kha_wen : July 9th, 2018-14:03
I did not even know there was one opened to try by the “public”

How does the crown work ?


Great wrist shot!

 By: farkbinder01212 : July 9th, 2018-14:26
2mm!? Maybe too thin? My Viking sized wrist would never work with this watch. I really like this one, though. Kudos to Piaget for the engineering feat.

How much would this thing cost to service??? [nt]

 By: patrick_y : July 9th, 2018-15:05
No message body

Truly superb - thanks for sharing! [nt]

 By: KMII : July 9th, 2018-22:11
No message body

Amazing Piaget

 By: mohammad : July 9th, 2018-22:28
Masters of Ultra Thin . What a watch .


 By: 41northpole : July 10th, 2018-06:25

it almost looks like a cardboard cut out!!!


Impressive exercise

 By: JToddH : July 10th, 2018-09:23
But I can’t help but think it’s too thin to be practical. I bet a good sneeze would take out the crystal.

Damn Gorgeous [nt]

 By: Gelato Monster : July 10th, 2018-16:51
The Ultra thin reference

This would be a perfect watch only..

 By: JeSuisJLC : July 8th, 2019-16:07
if it were thinner. lol. This example is why I love the Piaget brand’s designers. Absolutely a stunner!
—Michael S