Paul Picot’s Collections

Yachtman Tachymeter


Elevating precision and elegance to new levels, Paul Picot proudly presents the Yachtman Tachymeter, a masterpiece of watchmaking engineering that embodies the spirit of adventure and the pursuit of excellence.

Chronograph Features

Designed for the modern adventurer, the Yachtman Tachymeter boasts a sophisticated chronograph complication, allowing the wearer to measure elapsed time with precision and ease. Whether timing an offshore race or tracking personal milestones, this versatile watch is up to the task.

Sports inspiration:

Drawing inspiration from the world of yachting, the Yachtman speedometer features a sleek, sporty design that captures the essence of maritime exploration. The bold dial, adorned with luminescent markers and counters, pays homage to the timeless allure of the open ocean.

Tachymeter scale:

A distinctive feature of the Yachtman Tachymeter is the tachymeter scale, meticulously engraved on the tungsten bezel. This innovative feature allows the wearer to calculate speed based on time and distance, making it an indispensable tool for those who embrace life in the fast lane.

Gentleman Blazer


The new Gentleman BLAZER automatic Chrono “Roue à Colonne”. The Paul Picot style is marked by an original color combination inspired by the Classic man’s elegant suit, and typical daily dress code: the Broken Dress.

Power Reserve

60 hours


The leading combination of colors to match your style.


Automatic caliber PP4160 on the base of La Joux-Perret L100 Roue à Colonne

Paul Mariner 5 NEWTON


The classic Diver watch from 1976 received a new upgrade with new Newton movements.


Transparent caseback with sapphire crystal.


Unidirectional professional bezel.


Automatic caliber PP 1410 with 44h power reserve.

Firshire 2 Moon


In all versions of the Firshire Ronde collection, the balanced proportions between the convexity of the case and the diamond-cut bezel have always been the perfect combination of a character suited to elegance and sportiness.


Transparent caseback with sapphire crystal.


Personalized decorated rotor.


Automatic caliber PP 1260 with 42h power reserve.

Plongeur C-Type


One of the most iconographic Paul Picot models is doubtlessly “Le Plongeur”.
Since 1987 its pure design remains unchanged.

“One line, one circle, one concept”


Stainless steel, titanium, or 18k solid gold. From 43 to 48 mm.


For your choice, these models are offered with rubber straps in different colors.


Automatic calibers with a power reserve of 42h and more. Some models are C.O.S.C. certified chronometers.

Paul Mariner III


When the first edition of the longest-running professional diving model in Paul Picot history was presented in 2008, the new Paul Mariner 3 was significantly different from its predecessors.
More generous diameter, more imposing design, and decidedly more massive bracelet, and for the first time the versions with rubber straps.


All models are in stainless steel cases 42mm in diameter. The height of the case is 12.9mm.
The unidirectional 60-minute professional bezel can be in steel, steel with ceramic, or 18k solid gold.


For your choice, these models are offered with stainless steel bracelets,  rubber straps with different colors, or exclusive straps with leather on the outer side and rubber on the inner side.


Models have automatic movement PP4110 with a 44h power reserve.

Paul Mariner 5


The latest generation of Paul Mariner collection gets a new bicolor bezel for indication of the second-time zone. A transparent case back with a decorated rotor shows all the complications of automatic movement.


Stainless steel cases 42mm in diameter with a unidirectional 60-minute professional bezel. These sporty and elegant models are the latest generation of Paul Mariner collection.


For your choice, these models are offered with stainless steel bracelets,  rubber straps with different colors, or exclusive straps with leather on the outer side and rubber on the inner side.


All models are C.O.S.C. certified chronometers with a 44h power reserve.

Firshire Ronde GMT



The new generation of Firshire became more elegant and contemporary with two-level dial and engraving of the Earth.


40mm stainless steel cases with a transparent case back. Some models also have golden bezels.


Aligator strap with folding clasp.


All models are C.O.S.C. certified chronometers with GMT indication.

Yachtman Club


The new model is on the wave.

Its pure design marks the strong character of all Paul Picot “Plongeur” models since 1987. Evolution always comes time after time and also for the rigid lines and angles, now it is time to make a small change.
Nothing revolutionary, just follow the trend…


A powerful case in 42mm stainless steel or black PVD with a screw-down crown which is fitted with a crown guard.


The steel bracelet or rubber strap is integrated into the case; a big trend at the moment, which is inspired by many watches from the 70s.


This watch is equipped with a mechanical self-winding caliber that displays the hours and minutes and a Cyclop’s date at 3 o’clock. Large luminescent indexes punctuate the passage of time.



Collection Yachtman is not only for sailing enthusiasts but is also intended for daily use. Yachtman opens a new chapter on the history of diver watches of Paul Picot, always in compliance with a “Pure line” style, based on a line and a circle as only design elements.


Available in several colors, Yachtman line offers a wide choice of 43mm chronographs or three-hands models.


Models from this collection are offered with stainless steel bracelets or rubber straps.


Automatic movements with a power reserve from 38h to 46h.



The collection welcomes new models every year maintaining the original and iconographic concept. Its pure lines and wide surfaces are the ideal base for adapting itself to the new and most trendy tendencies in colors and style. 


Stainless steel cases in 32mm or 38mm diameter incrustrated with diamonds or color sapphires. 


The collection has different variations of rubber and leather straps.


Quartz movements are used for both variations of chronographs and three-hands models.



The name “gentleman” is a guarantee of a timepiece that is perfect down to the smallest detail. With the Gentleman collection, Paul Picot has in mind a target audience of men and women with an open and sporty outlook who are receptive to new trends.


Both generations have stainless steel cases 42mm in diameter. The height of the case is 12.9mm.
The unidirectional 60-minute professional bezel can be in steel, steel with ceramic, or 18k solid gold.


Models have automatic movement with a 42h power reserve. Chronographs or 3-hands.


In this collection, you can find unique pieces dedicated to Mille Miglia, Morandi-Minoia, or Savoia Marchetti.



The Atelier line, which has done so much to position the brand on the market, is further enhancing its image in the niche sector of sophisticated watches. High-tech features and careful attention to detail transform each individual timekeeper into a remarkable piece.


Stainless steel, 18k gold or platinum. This collection includes the most unique and complicated pieces.


Mostly Alligator straps are used in this collection for the attention of true connoisseurs.


Each movement is unique and full of different complications such as a full calendar or power reserve. The indication of hours and minutes is something that can surprise even the most demanding watchlover.



This execution of Paul Picot is a sublime dress watch targeting a refined and demanding public looking for classic timepieces that have the power to endure and withstand ever-changing current fashions.


Elegant cases in stainless steel or 18k gold. 


For your choice, these models are offered with leather straps of different colors.


Small second, Moon Phase or GMT with the map of the World. And, of course, the famous Megarotor – the biggest rotor ever made by Paul Picot which is decorated with a golden plate.

Firshire Grand Feu


Literally translating to “Great Fire”, this is one of the most sought-after forms of enamel in the classical watch world. It derives its name from the burst of flames that erupts from the dials as they enter the oven. As they enter the oven, which has to be set at no lower than 700°C, the alcohol bursts into flames. This rather dramatic show is caused by an alcohol spray that is applied to the enamel powder just before it goes in. Its deep crisp white texture has been utilized in watchmaking for centuries.


The collection is presented in stainless steel or 18k gold cases 42mm in diameter. 


This Firshire GMT watch has a hot enamel dial. This is a very high-quality artisanal work carried out by a small number of very specialized enamellers. The creation of an enamel dial sits somewhere between art, science, and alchemy. 


Manufactured caliber PP 1460 on the Base Dubois Depraz.

New Technicum


Handwinding models in classic design.


41mm stainless steel case.


Alligator strap.


Handwinding caliber PP 2800 on the Base Lémania 1872.

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The protection of natural persons with regards to personal data processing is a fundamental right whatever the nationality or residence of the natural persons. The right to personal data protection is not, however, an absolute right; it must be considered in relation to its function in the Paul Picot and balanced against other fundamental rights, in accordance with the principle of proportionality.

What personal data does Paul Picot collect about its clients?

  • Website connection data: data relating to your browser (IP address, browser name);
  • Analysis data: allows the analysis of the number of visits and habits of website visitors;
  • Data coming from forms found on the Paul Picot website;

Examples of personal data collected

You supply information when you:

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Through these actions you give us information including: your name, address and telephone number, age, geographical location, the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the recipients of bought products, VAT numbers.

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Personal data collected ensure the security as well as the correct operating of our website.

All information that we collect from you can be used to:

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Does Paul Picot share your personal data?

Paul Picot does not sell the collected data to third companies. Your data are protected and only used in the framework of your relationship with Paul Picot.

We use other independent companies or persons who supply certain services on our behalf. Here are a few examples: the sending of regular mail or e-mails, the analysis of our databases, the supply of search results and links, the processing of payments and the transmission of contents. These third-party service providers have access to the personal information necessary for performing their services and are not authorised to use them for other purposes. Moreover, they are bound to process this personal information in accordance with these general terms and with governing laws regarding personal data processing.
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We disclose personal information when we are legally obliged to do so or if this disclosure is necessary to enforce our general sales terms or other agreements, or to protect the rights, property or security of Paul Picot or those of the users of the Paul Picot website or other persons. This includes the exchange of information with other companies and organisations with the aim of protecting against fraud. In all other cases, you will be informed if your personal information had been shared with a third party and you will have the chance not to agree to such sharing.

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We are concerned with the safety and protection of your personal data.

Your data is stored on secured Swiss servers. They are equipped with the latest technologies and enjoy the best protection.

We protect the safety of your personal data while it is being transmitted by using SSL software (Secure Sockets Layer Software) that encrypts the information you enter before it is sent.

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We maintain physical and electronic safety measures and back-up procedures in relation to the collection, storage and communication of clients’ personal information. Our safety procedures may require us to ask you for proof of your identity before being able to pass on your personal information to you.

Data minimisation

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Data accuracy

The personal data collected by Paul Picot are exact. All reasonable measures are taken so that inaccurate personal data, with regard to the purposes for which they are processed, are either deleted or rectified without delay.

Limitation of data retention

Personal data collected by Paul Picot is kept in a form allowing the identification of the persons concerned for a period not exceeding that necessary for the purposes for which they are processed, for a period necessary to carry out such legal obligations as, for example, tax or accounting obligations, or for any other duration that may have been communicated to you.

Integrity and confidentiality

Personal data are processed by Paul Picot in such a way as to guarantee the appropriate security of personal data. They are protected against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against the loss, destruction or damage of accidental origin, with the help of appropriate technical or organisational measures. The data are stored on secured Swiss servers. These servers are equipped with the latest hardware technologies and enjoy the best protection. Moreover, SSL encryption is used to protect sensitive information transmitted online. Offline information is also protected. Only employees that need to carry out a specific job have access to identifiable personal information. The latter is subject to professional secrecy. The computers used to store identifiable personal information are kept in a secured environment.

Data processing concerning children

You can only give your consent regarding the processing of your data if you are over the age of 16. If you are under the age of 16, consent must be given by a person who has “parental responsibility”.

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The processing manager

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Notification in the event of a data breach

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The right to be informed

You have access to information about the processing of your personal data and the reasons for this processing. You can obtain basic information on this subject. The controller will give you the necessary information even if the personal data has not yet been obtained.

The right of access

You are entitled to obtain confirmation from the controller that the personal data concerning you have not been processed.

If the controller confirms that the personal data have been processed, the person concerned is entitled to have access to his/her personal data and obtain such information as:

  • The aims and reasons for the processing;
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The right to correction

You are entitled to correction of the personal data concerning you that are inaccurate, as soon as possible, by the controller.

The right to deletion

The controller must delete your personal data if these are not necessary for the purpose for which they have been collected or processed; if the person concerned withdraws his/her consent on which the processing relies; or if the personal data have been processed unlawfully.

The right to data portability

You are entitled to receive your personal data. The personal data received must be structured in a legible format by a machine, because you have the right to pass on your data to another controller, with no interruption resulting from the controller, to whom your personal data have been supplied beforehand.

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You are entitled to oppose the processing of your personal data at any time. The controller shall no longer process your personal data, unless he/she proves that there are legitimate and pressing reasons for the processing, which prevail over your interests, rights and liberties, or for the observation, exercising or defence of rights in court, notably in the framework of a technicallegal investigation. The controller must show that there is reasonable proof to process the data, or that this data processing is within the limits of your legal rights. If Paul Picot cannot respond to one of these requirements, it must stop the processing.

The right to limitations

You are entitled to ask for the processing to be limited if this is unlawful. You are also entitled to oppose the deletion of your personal data and demand instead a limitation of their use.

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Revised on 20nd August 2019.