A picture of the Piaget Altiplano Ultimate Concept

Oct 15, 2020,13:03 PM

It is really impressive: 2mm... you have the feeling to wear a sheet of paper... 


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it is a fair comment [nt]

 By: foversta : October 15th, 2020-13:28

Outstanding!! Wow!

 By: BigFatPauli : October 15th, 2020-13:28
The watches you guys get to see... I'm humbled everyday I visit Purists.


 By: batholith : October 15th, 2020-13:36
Looks like it's been printed out, almost two dimensional at a glance.

Visibility is not so good

 By: cazalea : October 15th, 2020-13:53
Are there two hands on this watch? I only see the minute hand

It’s three minutes past one I think

 By: Centurionone : October 15th, 2020-14:01
If you enlarge it’s easier to see

The game

 By: Weems@8 : October 15th, 2020-14:15
Beautiful to see the Piaget. The game with Bvlgari, which of them make the thinest watch.

Just stunning... Wow! [nt]

 By: HighEndOne : October 15th, 2020-14:43

O wow

 By: Jurry : October 16th, 2020-01:45
That’s something special. I love it

Whatever you do....

 By: Centurionone : October 16th, 2020-03:20
don't attempt to bake a soufflé between quarter past and half past the hour ;-)

haha.. [nt]

 By: nacelle : October 16th, 2020-09:40

Very reminiscent of art movements in the early 20th century

 By: Uncle Chico : October 16th, 2020-04:49
Here's an example of Italian futurism. This from Fortunato Depero, Skyscrapers and Tunnels (Gratticieli e tunnel), 1930 (detail). Courtesy Guggenheim Museum. ...  

Such an amazing timepiece indeed

 By: nacelle : October 16th, 2020-09:41
The various videos out in watchland really show it's wonders!

Piaget has done extraordinary things with thin movements since the 1950s. What they're achieving now with the Altiplano is amazing.

 By: Age_of_Surfaces : October 16th, 2020-15:27
While I admire the sheer technical bravura, I like watches with heft. It's why I prefer steel or precious metals over titanium and/or carbon fibre. It's a personal preference that doesn't take anything away from the excellence pictured above.