Bucherer’s New Piaget Blue Edition

Piaget Polo S Bucherer Blue Edition

In the admittedly niche world of retailer exclusives, Bucherer are hard on the heels of Harrods with their Blue Collection, especially with their latest Piaget-flavoured addition, the Piaget Polo S Bucherer Blue Edition.

The watch isn’t the usual face of Piaget. In fact, the Polo almost shares more in looks with Patek’s Nautilus (minus those odd flanges) than their flagship Altiplano. That’s no bad thing. It’s a bold and beautiful design for a sports watch, with a nice contrast on the guilloche dial courtesy of that trademark Bucherer blue and rose gold highlights.

Piaget Polo S Bucherer Blue Edition

The 1160p movement inside is a fantastic automatic chronograph that, with a rotor embellished with the Piaget crest, is worth looking at every chance you get. Even that’s blue.

Piaget Polo S Bucherer Blue Edition

As the 17th entry into Bucherer’s ever-growing list of exclusives (and replacing the previous, sold-out Altiplano) the Piaget Polo S Blue Edition is a statement of intent. With just 100 examples though, it might be a short-lived one.

Price & Specs:

    • Model name: Piaget Polo S Bucherer Blue Edition (Ref: G0A43002)
    • Dial/Case: 42mm stainless steel
    • Movement: Piaget 1160P self-winding mechanical movement with chronograph and date
      Water resistance: 100m
    • Power reserve: 40h
    • Price: £11,400

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Sam Kessler

Legend has it that Sam’s first word was ‘escapement’ and, while he might have started that legend himself, he’s been in the watch world long enough that it makes little difference. As the editor of Oracle Time, he’s our leading man for all things horological – even if he does love yellow dials to a worrying degree. Owns a Pogue; doesn’t own an Oyster Perpetual. Yet.

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