Newcomer Vs. Old Masters: Bulgari and Piaget Compared

The test clarifies who really masters the art of flat clocks.

After years of growing time machines, the fine shallows are increasingly gaining attention on the wrist. The fact that their development is sometimes even more challenging is usually underestimated. In our comparative test, Piaget, the Geneva Master of his subject, joins Bulgari, the newcomer with Italian roots.

The Italian luxury brand Bulgari surprised two years ago with an entire collection of extra-flat timepiece. In the Bulgari Roma Finissimo 40th anniversary, with the caliber BVL 128, one of the world’s thinnest hand-wound works is ticking. For almost 60 years, the Geneva watch-making in Piaget has been untouchable as a maître of the ultra haute Horlogerie and always redefines the limits of what is feasible–or even transcends them. In the Altiplano 38 mm 900P merge movement and housing to the world’s thinnest watch of just 3.65 millimeters in height via A concept planned from the beginning as a unit is against the basis of a new caliber family. The test is clarified by anyone who chooses this competition. Mari

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