In This Issue of Haute Living San Francisco: Piaget Emperador Coussin Tourbillon Automatic

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 Though they may look simple, many experts rate true extra flat watches as complications in their own right.

Read this issue of Haute Living San Francisco to see the Piaget Emperador Coussin Tourbillon as part of a report on the new trend in time, the ultra thin watch. This flat timepiece is the world’s thinnest self-winding tourbillon watch.

“Piaget, perhaps more than any other firm, is synonymous with extra flat watches. The company’s ultra thin movements such as the 12P are legendary, and last year it set a new record for the world’s thinnest automatic movement when it introduced the 2.35mm thick caliber 1200P.”

To read more, click here, or go to page 34 of the flipbook for more images.

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