We’ve given away a lot of cool stuff in our day, but this one, dear readers, will take the cake.
The goal of HODINKEE from the day we launched it was to bring the average reader closer to the people that make thethat we all love so much. We’ve done this by filming high-definition video of some of the ’s most exciting (and expensive) as presented by the men and women who have created them.
We’ve taken you inside some of the most historic watchin the with unparalleled looks at what makes them so special. Today, we are taking things one step further. Instead of showing you what it’s like to visit a premiere watch manufacture in , we’re going to take you there – literally, via one business class airplane ticket from wherever you are on this green earth.
In partnership with Piaget, the 100+ year old manufacture and producer of the world’s thinnest automatic wristwatch, we are proud to offer one of you an all expenses paid visit to . You will visit both Piaget’s historical manufacture in La Côte-aux-Fées in the Jura Mountains, as well as the brand’s Geneva headquarters where the movements are designed and cased.
The winner will have the opportunity to speak to the watchmakers behind the double record-setting Altiplano 43mm, as well as the ’s thinnest tourbillon. In Geneva, the winner will also even get the chance to speak to Piaget global CEO Phlippe Léopold-Metzger. Included in the prize luxury accommodations while in and a truly once in a lifetime haute horlogerie experience for any watch fan.
For more details on this incredible contest and the seven videos that will provide you with answers to these ten questions, click through.
How To Enter
This contest is designed exclusively for HODINKEE readers and in order to enter, you must answer ten questions about Piaget. The questions are available here. To find the answers to these questions, you must watch the seven videos we have presented below about Piaget, its history, and technical expertise. The answer to all ten questions can be found below, all you have to do is find them. Then, from the group of HODINKEE readers who have answered all ten questions correctly, Piaget will randomly select a winner to be flown to Switzerland along with HODINKEE founder and executive editor Benjamin Clymer. It’s just that simple.