The same goes for the new chronograph, which is fitted with a newcaliber 1160P movement, and features a two-register dial layout with date at 6 o’clock. Furthermore, both watches come with a polished steel bracelet with integrated folding clasp, and clearly aimed squarely at the luxury sports watch market dominated by AP’s Royal Oak and Patek’s Nautilus.
The Polo S Automatic retails for $9,350 and the Polo S Chronograph retails for $12,400. This is a somewhat disruptive price for a watch of this caliber, and it’s clear the Polo S marks a big push into the younger segment for the traditional Swiss brand. For more information on Piaget you can visit their website here.