838S skeleton PVD movement

 
838S PVD Ultra-Thin Skeleton Movement - Piaget Luxury Watches Online

Description

Ref : 838S PVD

An ultra-thin hand-wound movement measuring only 2.7 mm thick, the 838S skeleton black PVD movement is a variation of the 838P skeleton movement, from which it derives all its qualities. It boasts a balance with screws and an off-centered small seconds indication at 10 o'clock, a hallmark of Manufacture Piaget watchmaking. In a genuine technical feat for an ultra-thin movement, its bridges and its mainplate were drawn as far as possible, then guilloched, thus creating a uniquely refined design with a guilloché sunburst motif shining out from the center of the carriage, reminiscent of the sun's rays and the divisions of time. The extreme delicacy of its execution offers a detailed insight into the marvelous complexity of its workings to the admiring onlooker. This skeleton movement, belongs to the third generation of ultra-thin movements from the watchmaker Piaget. The circular-grained mainplate and bridges, hand-drawn and beveled, and the blued screws round off this exceptional movement, while remaining true to the esthetic codes cherished by the Swiss watchmaking brand.

 
838S PVD Ultra-Thin Skeleton Movement - Piaget Luxury Watches Online
Type: Hand-wound mechanical
Material: Black PVD
Shape: Round

Functions: Small seconds at 10 o'clock, Hours, Minutes
Technical features: Balance with screws

Power reserve (in hours): Approx. 61
Frequency (vph): 21,600
Frequency (Hz): 3

Diameter (lines): 12.00
Diameter (mm): 26.8
Number of jewels: 19
Thickness (mm): 2.7
Number of components: 131

Finishing: Mainplate circular-grained, drawn and beveled by hand, Bridges circular-grained, drawn and beveled by hand, Guilloché sunburst motif, Blued screws

Manufacture Piaget 838S ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical skeleton movement in black PVD with small seconds.

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

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