In the 1960s and 1970s, Piaget was proud of the spring breeze, and the pleasure of these years reached its peak in 1979, because the Piaget Polo watch was born. Polo not only once again proved Piaget’s position in the entire ultra-thin watch movement, its unique shape is also refreshing: Polo’s strap is integrated with the case, plus the interlaced polishing of shiny and matte surfaces, you can see at a glance Think of it as a bracelet rather than a watch. Because Polo draws inspiration from polo, since the 1980s, the Earl brand has established close ties with polo: funding the World Cup Polo Tournament of the same name, strong support for charity polo tournaments and so on. In 2009, just 30 years after Polo, Piaget also launched the Piaget PoloFortyFive model forged from titanium. The pair of diamond-set white gold watches we recommend for you is not only more like the original Polo, but also precious (the male and female models are limited to 150 pieces each, and each watch is individually numbered).