Esquire Malaysia Watch Guide - - Indispensables -

Em­per­ador Coussin 1270S Pi­aget cur­rently holds 14 world records for the thinnest time­pieces. The re-emerg­ing 1960s favourite showed off a beau­ti­fully skele­tonised, in­verted tour­bil­lon with dial-side mi­cro­ro­tor, in the form of the Em­per­ador Coussin 1270S. the most com­mer­cial piece from Pi­aget’s line-up is bound to be its Alti­plano Chrono­graph, a fly­back with sec­ond time zone at the 9 o’clock that breaks not one, but two world records. The Chrono­graph takes the ti­tle for world’s thinnest man­u­ally wound chrono­graph at 8.24mm, which achieves this func­tion­al­ity with fewer com­po­nents than any­one else has so far man­aged, 240 in to­tal.

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