i had the opportunity to try this on and i like this version of the Santos-Dumont a lot. the size is right for my small wrist and the weight gives it a solid feel. the price is also "attractive". the case is platinum and it's cheaper than some of the stee
This is one of the good news that Cartier is offering this year (yes there are others like the comeback of Pasha for example!): The restyled Santos-Dumont is now available in a handwind version after the presentation of the last year's high autonomy quart
This robust little guy is the heart inside my Tank Basculante A10. I like it that the balance bridge is supported by two screws - a feature I have never seen on a movement this small before. Anybody can help me identify the origin of Cartier cal. 161?
I'm not usually one to "flip" watches. My collection, if you can call it that, is small and carefully curated, and there isn't much turnover. But I've broken with my usual habits and traded in the blue gradient dial Santos de Cartier toward the Santos de