Paul Picot Yachtman, the wind of tradition

Paul Picot Yachtman

 

 

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Sea T
ime – The clocks of the sea

In the early 1980s the Maison
Paul Picot
debuted in powerboat racing, climbing several times to the top step of the podium in the World Offshore Class 1. From motor to sailing: in 2013 Paul Picot participated as official timekeeper in the ORC World Championship with the TP52 Aniene.

Designed to meet the needs of those who enjoy water sports, the new Paul Picot Yachtman Club brings a revised design for everyday use as well. Thus, here the steel bracelet is perfectly integrated with the case so that it feels even more pleasant on the wrist.

Novelties that are an expression of an aesthetic language that is perfectly in tune with the history of this collection born in 2006. The 316L steel case is water resistant to 200 meters. Housed inside is ETA Caliber PP1700 2824/A, a self-winding mechanical movement with a 38-hour power reserve. Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating protects a galvanic black dial on which rhodium-plated metal and luminous white hour, minute, and seconds hands stand out. The date window is at 3 o’clock.

One can choose from a rich color range of the unidirectional sapphire bezel, which contemplates different color combinations.

 

Paul Picot Yachtman
Paul Picot’s Yachtman Club in black and blue (2,405 euros*). Above, the blue and yellow bezel version.
*Official List 09/2019

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