Headquartered in the Swiss Jura (Le Noirmont), The “Société des Montres Paul Picot SA” was founded.
The same year company produced the model Chrono Vintage. Venus movement, hand winding, full calendar, moonphase, and golden case. This watch quickly found its lovers.
Paul Picot launched a new model U-BOOT – the first chronograph with the rider to read the time on a bezel.
The year when the legendary model was produced. The first Le Plongeur (A-Type) which became the icon and the basis for the future collections.
The World premiere of the new Le Plongeure B-Type with the bezel made of sapphire crystal.
The same year Paul Picot became the official sponsor of the Off-Shore World Championship and kept being a sponsor until 1993.
Innovative chronograph with patented screw-in pushers.
Paul Picot hired the star photographer Helmuth Newton for its image campaign. The New York Times described him as a “prolific, widely imitated fashion photographer whose provocative, erotically charged black-and-white photos were a mainstay of Vogue and other publications.”
First and the only self-winding officially COSC-certified chronograph with a central split-second hand function, power reserve indicator. This model was an award winner in Germany and USA.
Innovative design with the unmistakable “encoche” – case cut at 9 o’clock. This model became the watch of the year in Germany in 1998.
Prince Albert received a personal watch during Charity in Monaco.
Paul Picot awarded the F1 driver winning the Pole Position in Monza with a Limited Edition of Chronograph. 1997 – Alesi 1998 – Hakkinen 1999 – Schumacher
Firshire Ronde Retrograde 30 seconds. The Exclusive Paul Picot complication – chronometer COSC certified.
Technograph is an example of a particularly successful marriage between supreme mastery of watchmaking techniques and their impressive implementation in ground-breaking design.
Atelier models are part of this extraordinary collection which has made the brand success and places it among the “great” watchmakers.
Following long research, Paul Picot has developed a heavy rotor made of tungsten alloy and fitted with an 18 kt pink gold plate which improves the winding capacity of the movement. It reduces the recharging time by 20% compared to a traditional oscillating weight.
Paul Picot launched a new enamel collection. The dials are hand-painted miniatures and have been passed several times through an oven heated between 800 and 900°C. This technique, which dates back to the 17th century, produces exceptional enamel with unalterable colors.
In 1927, speed car racer Giuseppe Morandi, together with Giuseppe Minoia, became the winner of the First Edition of the Millemiglia race. Paul Picot celebrates this legendary Car Driver by creating a Classic Car Team and organizing every year a very exclusive event dedicated only to Classic Cars produced before the year 1940. To this fascinating world, Paul Picot produces Limited Edition models – Morandi-Minoia in Gentleman Chrono case.
A new Masterpiece. Limited Edition of 88 pcs in 18K gold and 300 pcs in stainless steel.
Paul Picot launched a new collection Savoia Marchetti dedicated to the “Trasvolata”, a squadron of 25 aircraft crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Orbetello (Italy) to Chicago (USA).
Paul Picot presents new Ladies’ watches, with automatic calibers, which is not so common today in the watch industry, where most Ladies’ watches are equipped with quartz movements. The dials are made of solid silver or natural mother-of-pearl. The “Cherry Blossom” dials are hand-painted, piece by piece.
Paul Picot The Eye of the Tiger is made in a limited series of 40 pieces in rose gold and 400 in steel. The main feature of the model concerns the existence of two superimposed dials, the one below in natural stone. The stone used, in homage to the spirit and trend of the 70s, is the tiger’s eye which offers the observer an exciting variety of shades, tones, and contrasts of yellow, ocher, and brown.
In 1987, the offshore powerboat from the Paul Picot Team won the most important competition worldwide. To further consolidate the link between the brand and those fascinating and extreme challenges, Paul Picot created a sports watch within its Collection: Le Plongeur. The innovative design and the original codes of this creation made a sensation within the watch market. For 30 years, the C-type (the advanced model of the Le Plongeur) identifies the sporting spirit of Paul Picot. To celebrate this anniversary, the brand from Le Noirmont reveals a new amazing black steel / 18k rose gold version.
The Yachtman Club marks another chapter in a story in which the sea plays a central role for Paul Picot.
The great model Paul Mariner became greater with a new bronze case and new dial variations.
Paul Picot continues to improve one of the best collections. Paul Mariner S: Tutti Frutti. New dials. New colors. New chapter.
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General terms relating to the processing of personal data
Welcome to the Paul Picot website.
Our activity is evolving and these terms are also changing. We invite you to refer to our website regularly to find out information regarding the most recent changes. Unless otherwise specified, our general terms relating to the processing of personal data apply to the use of all the information we have collected concerning you. We keep our promises and will never substantially change our policies or practices in a way that would reduce the protection of client information collected in the past, without the consent of the clients concerned. Click here to refer to the previous version of the general terms relating to the processing of personal data.
The company Paul Picot provides you with website features and other services when you visit the Paul Picot website (https://paul-picot.com) or make purchases there.
Paul Picot supplies its services by abiding by the general terms relating to the processing of personal data as defined on this page. Paul Picot pays special attention to the protection of personal data. With this aim Paul Picot undertakes to respect the applicable European and Swiss legislation regarding personal data processing.
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:
Search for our services;
Order our services;
Contact us by telephone, email or by any other means;
Insert personal identification data: username;
Fill in forms found on the Paul Picot website.
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.
Lawful, loyal and transparent processing and determined, explicit and legitimate purposes
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:
Personalise your experience and meet your individual needs;
Continually improve our products and services;
Correct errors and improve the accessibility and efficiency of the services offered by Paul Picot;
Supply personalised advertising content;
Improve our website;
Improve customer service and your support needs;
Contact you through different channels (e.g. e-mails, telephone);
Register and process orders relating to the supply of our services;
Process payments and communications with you in connection with your service orders;
Administer a competition, a special offer, a newsletter or a survey;
We may also be called on to request your consent to process your personal information for a specific purpose that we will indicate to you. When you agree to the processing of your personal data for this specific purpose, you will be able to withdraw your consent at any time and we will stop any processing of your information for this purpose.
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.
The Paul Picot website will not store information relating to payments. We use PayPal and Stripe to deal with this.
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.
Protection of personal data
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.
We respect the safety standards of the payment card industry (PCI DSS) when we process payment card data.
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.
The personal data required by Paul Picot are appropriate, relevant and limited to what is necessary regarding the purposes for which they are processed.
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”.
Cookies are small files stored in your browser or your appliance for a defined period. They allow your browsing data to be kept, such as, for example, the choice of language. Here for example are cookies stored during your visit to the Paul Picot website:
The Stripe payment systems uses a cookie for its needs;
Standard cookies aim at protecting you as a visitor or to record your preferences.
The processing manager
Paul Picot established in route de Soleure 136, 2504 Bienne is the processing manager of data collected and processed via the Paul Picot website.
For any questions or requests relating to the processing of personal data within Paul Picot or if you wish to contact the processing manager, please send us a detailed e-mail to the following address: email@example.com.
We undertake to deal with your request within a maximum of one month. In order to be able to access your request, we ask you for proof of your identity for the purpose of identification and confidentiality.
Notification in the event of a data breach
An incident must be reported to the supervisory authority and the person concerned, less than 72 hours after being aware of it. Paul Picot shall avoid this obligation if the personal data breach has little chance of resulting in risks to the liberties and rights of natural persons.
What rights are you entitled to?
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;
The categories of personal data concerned;
The recipients or categories of recipients to which the personal data have or shall be communicated, in particular the recipients in third countries of international organisations;
The existence of the right to ask the controller to correct or delete personal data, limit the processing of personal data relating to the person concerned, or the right to oppose this processing;
The right to oppose and complain to a supervisory authority.
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.
The right to oppose
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.
The right to unsubscribe
Paul Picot uses the email address you supply to send you newsletters. If at any time you wish to unsubscribe and no longer receive emails, detailed instructions on how to unsubscribe are included at the bottom of each email.
If you wish to assert one of the rights set out in these latter paragraphs, please contact us at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.