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450P movement

Piaget 450P ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical movement with small seconds

450P

2.1 mm ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical and small seconds

Piaget 450P ultra-thin mechanical watch movement

450P

2.1 mm ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical and small seconds

  • 450P movement

    Manufacture Piaget 450P ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical movement with small seconds.

    A variation of the famous 430P movement and worthy heir of the legendary 9P movement, the 450P is an ultra-thin hand-wound movement. Measuring only 2.1 mm thick, it embodies the finesse and sobriety cherished by Piaget since its foundation.
    The 450P movement is distinguished by the presence of an off-centred small seconds function at 10 o'clock, a true hallmark of the Manufacture Piaget. It symbolises the watchmaker's constant technical and aesthetic adaptation, a duo that embodies the signature of Piaget, while its finish is graced with the traditional circular Côtes de Genève, a circular-grained mainplate, bevelled bridges and blued screws.

  • Ultra-thin, hand-wound

    Type:
    Hand-wound mechanical
    Shape:
    Round
    Functions:
    Hours, Minutes, Small seconds at 10 o'clock
    Technical features:
    Balance stop
    Power reserve (in hours):
    Approx. 43
    Frequency (vph):
    21,600
    Frequency (Hz):
    3
    Diameter (lines):
    9
    Diameter (mm):
    20.5
    Number of jewels:
    18
    Thickness (mm):
    2.1
    Number of components:
    131
    Finishing:
    Blued screws, Circular Côtes de Genève, Bevelled bridges, Circular-grained mainplate

    *Piaget luxury watches and jewellery are individually produced and thus the weight and carats of each product can vary from the displayed data.

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