I was looking through a "best watches of 2020" article on the Watchuseek landing page and this new Piaget caught my eye.
I have soft spot for ultra thin watches. My thinnest non-quartz is a Zenith Class Elite 650 hand wound that's 6 mm thick. That's nothing compared to this 2 mm Piaget though. I'm just dumbfounded by it.
This video offers a neat overview:
I had the pleasure of trying on a Piaget Altiplano Ultimate a few years ago and found it was a real pleasure for the eyes. I'd say it's slightly nicer to look at than the new concept version. The more traditional balance wheel and the finishing look a little nicer in my opinion. But the Concept has a lot of really interesting innovations, like the one-sided spring barrel, the disk based hour hand, or the one-sided balance. The crown mechanism is pretty interesting, using an infinity screw system.