Not about the SG LE but the Greater China LE
There are 2 crowns for time adjustment... 2 separate movements??
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A close look at the Rotonde de Cartier Singapore limited edition
Cartier has a tradition of making limited editions for particular boutiques or countries, typically in small runs of a few dozen or less. Examples include the Tortue monopusher chronograph for 13 Rue de la Paix (hence the “13” at 12 o’clock) or the Tank C...
Dude... my eyes are failing but
I am close enough to my screen and I see 2 sets to time indicators, one of them with Chinese numbers and I am sure I see 2 crowns. Your perspectibve affected from over buying of flowers?
You are looking at the wrong watch
The Tank with two crowns IS a Greater China limited edition from a few years ago. The Singapore LE is the round watch further down. - SJX
They should have left the '8' alone and used romans instead of arabic. Spoils the watch immediately. Cartier is a brand that I associate with a certain amount of class and elegance. With that said, these obvious hints of it being an LE ruins it completely...
Like the WG version.
Overall design is quite unique and surely LE appearance and that makes this, well, LE. I like it. Thanks for the report, SJX. I still wish they made LE with 39mm version, too. Ken
Good point, sir :-)
You are right..... Maybe I need more 36, 37mm ones..... Kidding! I may expand the view then, hehehe. Ken This message has been edited by KIH on 2011-08-09 23:51:44