1270S skeleton movement
Figuring among the thinnest tourbillon skeleton self-winding movements in the world with its thickness of only 5.05 mm, the 1270S tourbillon skeleton calibre is instantly identified by its contemporary design. This movement's inverted structure gives a view on its display side of its tourbillon, bridges and oscillating weight in black PVD-treated platinum. The off-centred and black-surfaced micro-rotor and tourbillon cage, surmounted by a letter 'P' for 'Piaget', intertwine to form an '8' in a contemporary colour tone, matched by the deep black of the screws and hands. This unique structure makes visible all the watch's main functions – its self-winding mechanism, its driving force, its regulating system and its gear-train – together with its hours and minutes hands, which are also off-centred. Piaget's mastery of extreme miniaturisation is matched by the outstanding quality of the movement's finishing and decoration, combining traditional craftsmanship and the stylishly simple lines of contemporary design.
Functions: Off-centered hours and minutes at 5 o'clock, Seconds indicated by the carriage at 1 o'clock
Technical features: Ultra-thin movement, Off-centred micro-rotor in gold, Flying tourbillon at 1 o'clock, Titanium carriage
Power reserve (in hours): Approx. 42
Frequency (vph): 21,600
Frequency (Hz): 3
Diameter (lines): 15.50
Diameter (mm): 34.98
Number of jewels: 35
Thickness (mm): 5.05
Number of components: 225
Finishing: Mainplate bevelled and drawn by hand, Mainplate With satin-brushed sunburst motif, Wheels with satin-brushed circular and sunburst motifs, Sunburst satin-brushed bridges, Barrel cover drawn and beveled by hand, Black platinum oscillating weight drawn and beveled by hand, Bridges bevelled and drawn by hand, Carriage bevelled and drawn by hand, Oscillating weight engraved with the Piaget coat of arms
*Piaget luxury watches and jewellery are individually produced and thus the weight and carats of each product can vary from the displayed data.