Piaget has developed 27 ultra-thin movements holding 15 world records. Since 1957, it has displayed undeniably impressive mastery of the challenges involved in developing such extremely slender calibres. This Piaget signature is picked up on the Altiplano Chronograph, the first model in this quintessentially elegant collection to welcome a major horological complication. With its 883P manual-winding 4.56 mm flyback chronograph movement and its 8.24 mm-thick case, this newcomer to the collection setting a double ultra-thin record required two years of development.
Altiplano 40 mm