Dressed in pink clutches gold, the Piaget Polo hosts the first chronograph movement. The caliber 880P is a model of luxury watches, with a column wheel and vertical clutch, which displays the second central feature with "flyback", a minute counter, small seconds, second time zone and a large date window. Two barrels for 50 hours of power reserve automatic movement in which the oscillating weight is engraved with the Piaget coat of arms. Piaget Polo 43 mm. 18K pink gold case. Index dial with pink gold 18K. Sapphire. Ultra-thin mechanical movement Manufacture Piaget 880P chronograph with automatic winding, small second, date and second time zone. The Piaget Polo Chronograph houses the new Calibre 880P, the first mechanical chronograph movement designed, developed and produced by the Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Piaget. In addition to the chronograph and flyback functions, this movement shows indications house hours, minutes, small seconds at 6 o'clock, date at 12 and second time zone. In the small circle of manufacture chronograph movement, Calibre 880P stands out for its second time zone 24 hours placed at 9, which replaces the regular operating hours. Equipped with two barrels and a large balance with screws, mechanical movement with automatic winding provides 52 hours power reserve chronograph mode engaged. With a column wheel and vertical clutch, the caliber 880P - 5. 6 mm thick - has all the attributes of a fine watch chronograph movement. Quality finishes characteristics Piaget - blued screws, circular Côtes de Genève, gauge number - further enhance this exclusive status. . . Although domesticated for hundreds of years, cats still have a little animalessalvajes within them. They still have the same instincts that wild jungle cats, but they generally do not act on them. Scratching, however, is a natural instinct for cats actúan. Rascarse serves two purposes in the life of a cat to sharpen their claws and mark their territory. Giving your cat to other options, such as scratching posts, and keep your cat's claws recortadoproteger your leather furniture from cat scratches. 1 Keep your cat's nails trimmed. Use specially designed cat's claw trimmers or regular usotijeras bail. Keep your cat in your lap and with the thumb and index finger of your free hand to spread your cat's claws. Trim only the white part of the nail, avoiding the pink. 2 Establish a scratching post or two in the vicinity of leather furniture. When the cat's claw setrata furniture, pick it up and take it to the scratching post. Sprinkle catnip arañarcon post to attract the scratching post. Set scrapers, which are smaller and flatter than scratching posts, in other rooms too. 3 Keep a spray bottle loaded with water on hand and pour the cat before comiencearañar furniture. Never spray the cat directly in the face. Aim for the torso or back. 4 Use a commercial deterrent spray cat leather furniture or make your own. Use a small amount of distilled water as a 1 / 2 cup mixed with a squeeze of lemon or lime juice and a squeeze of orange juice (the cats dislike citrus smells) and added to a spray bottle. Apply a light mist on furniture at first and apply a heavier coat if elrascado is still occurring. 5 Place double-sided tape in areas where the cat scratches. The cat will have his leg stuck in the tape and finally stop scratching in the area. . . .