Piaget 9P

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Calibre 9P is an ultra-thin hand-wound watch movement from Piaget.

This famous ultra-thin watch movement has been produced since 1957.

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Thin watch movements were all the rage in the 1950's, with the 1.75 mm Piguet 21 being displaced by the Audemars Piguet/Jaeger-LeCoultre/Vacheron Constantin Cal. 2003 in 1953. Piaget developed their own competing movement, introducing Cal. 9P in 1957. At 2 mm thick, it wasn't quite competitive with these others, but it became famous nonetheless.

Cal. 9P remains in production today.

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Manufacturer:

Piaget

Description:

Hand-wound ultra-thin movement

Functions:

Hour/minute hands

Data:

19,800 A/h
9 ligne (20.5 mm) wide, 2 mm high
18 jewels

Production period:

1957-present