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REVIEW: Cartier Two-Tone Diver's Watch

August 5, 2014 | Cartier, Lifestyle, REVIEWS

Cartier Two-Tone Diver's Watch

Overview

The Calibre de Cartier Diver’s watch, which we previously covered here and here, represents Cartier’s first foray into dive watches. It’s also the most rugged and sporty watch they have ever produced.


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Hands-On with Cartier's New Diver's Watch

May 29, 2014 | Cartier, Dive Time, Hands-On, SIHH

Hands-On with Cartier's New Diver's Watch

This is a quick hands-on look at the new Calibre de Cartier Diver watch. It is one of thinnest mechanical dive watches on the market, measuring just 11 mm thick. The case is 42 mm in diameter, and it is available in either steel, two-tone (rose gold and steel) or rose gold.


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Hands-On with Cartier Tank MC Chronograph in steel

February 23, 2014 | Cartier, Hands-On, SIHH

Hands-On with Cartier Tank MC Chronograph in steel

The main story for Cartier this year at SIHH was their new dive watch. But there was also another very interesting men’s watch that launched at SIHH along with the diver — the Tank MC Chronograph.


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Calibre de Cartier Diver watch in steel

December 16, 2013 | Cartier, Dive Time, SIHH

Calibre de Cartier Diver watch in steel

SIHH 2014 - Calibre de Cartier Diver

The Calibre de Cartier Diver is the first dive watch from Cartier. And while this may not be the type of watch that comes to mind, when you think of a Cartier — this is in fact a real dive watch that meets all ISO 6425 dive watch requirements. Meaning, it is water-resistant to at least 330 feet, as well as having a time controller, and comply with the standards for: readability, luminostiy, shock resistance, anti-magnetism and band solidity.


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REVIEW: Calibre de Cartier Chronograph

October 8, 2013 | By Jason Pitsch | Cartier, REVIEWS

Calibre de Cartier Chronograph

Introduction

While Cartier has a long history of making both watches and jewelry, they are best known as a high-end French jeweler. However, in recent years they have significantly increased their watchmaking efforts. Notably, while they were founded and are still based in Paris, France — they make all of their watches in Switzerland. Many of which are now being fitted with premium manufacture made movements. Unveiled at SIHH in January, the Calibre de Cartier Chronograph, for example, is the newest of the brand’s timepieces to receive a proprietary manufacture designed and produced movement.


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The Cartier Mystery Watch collection

February 6, 2013 | Cartier, Hands-On, SIHH

The Cartier Mystery Watch collection

Cartier originally introduced their first Mystery (or Mysterious) clock, which features hands the appear to be floating, all the way back in 1912. This year, at SIHH, they launched a new collection of Mystery wristwatches: the Rotonde de Cartier Mystery watch and the Rotonde de Cartier Double Tourbillon Mystery watch. The main function of the original complication has been refined for use in the 9981 MC and 9454 MC movements, which respectively power the Mystery and Mystery tourbillon watches.

What is the Mystery behind the floating hands of the Cartier Mystery clocks and watches?


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