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Whether used with certificate, vintage or new Paul Picot watches - you will find a wide selection of excellent timepieces in our online shop at comparable low prices. Watchmaster is a safe way for the purchase of all luxury watches: The watches we sell are individually checked by us and provided with a certificate of authenticity.
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From exclusive watch movements to diving watches: The five most popular Paul Picot models
- The typical Paul Picot combination of design and technology is particularly evident in the Technicum series. Refined with a guilloché dial made of solid silver and a gold rotor. These models also make the world's first and only automatic chronograph with central slave hand function.
- The Paul Picot Chronograph represents the most affordable version of the timepieces Picot is known for. With its steel case, classic white dial and bezel it is at least as much an eyecatcher as its siblings.
- For the athletic wearer, Paul Picot offers the C-Type Le Plongeur, a diver's watch that looks more vibrant with its strong square indexes, checkerboard pattern on the dial, rubber strap and polished bezel it is ready to shine on everyone's wrist.
- Elegant as a gentleman; either classic with a large, clear dial or with complications and diamonds on the case. Available with a steel bracelet or leather strap made of alligator, calf, ostrich or teju lizard.
- If you are looking for exclusivity, look for a Firshire. Named after Paul Picot's house in the Franches-Montagnes, this collection is in the tradition of Picot's exquisite timepiece and captivates with various complications and technical refinements. The Firshire 1937 comes, for example with a form movement, which refers back to 1937 and was personally revised by Paul Picot.
The best reasons to buy a Paul Picot
- Unique fusion of handcrafted and innovative technology combine stylistic
- Confidence and Swiss/Italian watchmaking
- Exceptional complications made for enthusiasts
- A broad lineup from Haute Horlogerie to sporty diver's watches
- Exclusive and limited models and promise price stability
What are the cost of a Paul Picot?
To simplify your decision, we made a selection of six popular models of Paul Picot models:
Paul Picot Chronograph / 5153 C
Used approx.: € 1,810 (2014)
Material: Stainless Steel
Key features: White dial, grey bezel, automatic movement
Paul Picot Chronosport / 4065
Used approx.: 1.090 € (1997)
Material: Stainless steel
Key Features: Sporty-elegant design, white dial, automatic movement
Paul Picot C-Type Le Plongeur 48mm / P4030.TNG.5010.3301
Used approx.: 3.800 €
Key features: Dial with checkerboard pattern, chronograph, automatic movement
Paul Picot Atelier Regulator / P3040.RG.1231.7204
Original price approx. 10.700 €
Material: rose gold
Key features: White dial, handmade corrugations on the case edge, alligator strap
Paul Picot Gentleman Chrono / P2127.SG.2021.1106
Used approx.: 2,900 €
Material: Stainless steel
Key features: White dial and bezel, chronograph with central second hand, alligator strap
Paul Picot New Technicum Lémania 1872 Special Edition / P3813.SG.1021.1601
original price approx. 3.900 €
material: stainless steel
main features: white dial and bezel, chronograph, manual wound with the Lémania 1872 caliber
Nostalgia and innovative technology: The story of Paul Picot
Founded 1976 by Mario Boiocchi in Le Noirmont in the Swiss state of Jura, the company decided early to continue with the Haute Horlogerie in order to counteract the qualitative deterioration of many watches during the quartz crisis. While quartz watches flooded the market with their precision, cheap mass production and futuristic design which drove many well-established Swiss brands into the bankruptcy, Paul Picot was not deterred and continued to successfully focus on the quality of his complications, golden cases and automatic movements. This combination of nostalgia for Swiss craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology was explicitly aimed at enthusiasts and connoisseurs of high-quality timepieces. Watches of the Atelier series impress with handmade corrugations on the edge of the case and the bezel; in certain versions, the complications can even be admired through a window in the bottom.
The heritage of the canton Jura particularly shines through in the name. Paul Picot was known as a pioneer of his trade, who set himself apart from the competition by precise handicraft. Even today, the timepieces are made by hand in a small factory building in Le Noirmont by experienced master watchmakers, which gives each model an individual charm. Paul Picot celebrated his international breakthrough with the Technicum series, the world's first automatic chronograph with central slave hand function. While Paul Picot has always been committed to the development of great complications - over the years more and more have been devoted to the development of sporty models such as the C-Type collection. A divers watch, which has opened the brand's profile and strengthened its popularity.
The Société des Montres Paul Picot can now call 30 employee it ́s own. Managing Director is Boris Giner. The brand is available in over 40 countries, with particular focus on Italy, the Middle East, and Russia.
"Noblesse du détail" - You will find the nobility is in its details!
Since its founding, Paul Picot has been trying to refine its timepieces down to the smallest detail, which is reflected in unusual complications such as the overlapping dials of the Technograph collection. The first dial indicates the hour, minutes and the second hand of the chronograph, while the second dial indicates the seconds, the date and the minute hand of the chronograph. The dial of the Firshire 3000, in turn, can be enamelled by the customer on request with different color combinations. The undisputed masterpiece is the squelette with a skeleton dial, which is exclusively made on customer request. The pursuit to exclusivity is also reflected in the used materials: The cases offer for every taste a wide selection of materials: titanium, white gold, platinum or the usual stainless steel. The bracelets come in rubber or various leather styles, which also leaves room for exotic desires such as rays, teju lizard or ostrich.