1200S Skeleton Movement
It required three years of study and research to complete the Piaget 1200S skeleton movement. Compared to the original movement, the Piaget 1200P ultra-thin movement, the 1200S skeleton movement is enhanced with numerous innovations. In addition to the micro-rotor in 950 platinum (which contributes to the exclusiveness of this exceptional movement) the balance bridge reveals a new harmonious and symmetrical aesthetic. The bridge of the hour wheel was further reduced in width with a minimum measurement of 0.11 mm in order to reach the extreme thinness of the movement that reveals dimensions never explored. Remarkably, this quest for the infinitely small is repeated with the extraordinary decoration of the movement. The search for style is shown with unusual decorative work containing alternating matt surfaces - sun-brushed and sand-brushed - contrasting with the shimmering brilliance of the edges as well as the rhodium in black or various colors. Contemporary and well-designed, the Piaget 1200S skeleton movement takes the art of skeletonised movements to a new level with resolutely modern lines and a respect for the traditional craft.
Functions: Hours, Minutes
Technical features: Index-assembly signed with a letter "P" for Piaget, Ultra-thin movement, Off-centred micro-rotor in platinum
Power reserve (in hours): Approx. 44
Frequency (vph): 21,600
Frequency (Hz): 3
Diameter (lines): 14.25
Diameter (mm): 31.9
Number of jewels: 26
Thickness (mm): 2.4
Number of components: 189
Finishing: Bridges bevelled and drawn by hand, Mainplate bevelled and drawn by hand, Mainplate With satin-brushed sunburst motif, Wheels with satin-brushed circular and sunburst motifs, Black screws on plate and bridges, Polished blind tapped screws, blind bolts, polished heads, bevelled slots, Platinum oscillating weight engraved with the Piaget coat of arms, Bridges with satin-brushed sunburst motif
*Piaget luxury watches and jewellery are individually produced and thus the weight and carats of each product can vary from the displayed data.