Thanks for commenting
As there no second hands, not sure if the watch is running in specs. for the week i have been wearing it, time seems to be correct.
One thing i have notice when setting the leap year indicator is that it is not fully centered. if u look at the pic i took of the face of the watch, u see the red square is not quite centered. i guess something might be sticking. and as a 18years old watch with no records of service, i guess the watch might need a maintenance. But you are correct, in the mean time, i should just enjoy it.
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The Cartier Tortue Perpetual Calender ref. 2540
Hi Everyone, Just want to share my recently acquired Cartier Tortue Perpetual Calender (Ref. 2540) from the CPCP collection. Over the years I have bought a few vintage and new Cartier watches for my wife, but never had one myself until now. This is my fir...
First and foremost welcome to the forum.
Here you will get honest comments and assessments from true collectors. The first question i have why do you feel it needs to be serviced. If it is running within reasonable specs just enjoy it. If it is slipping and keeping terrible time the yes service ...
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As there no second hands, not sure if the watch is running in specs. for the week i have been wearing it, time seems to be correct. One thing i have notice when setting the leap year indicator is that it is not fully centered. if u look at the pic i took ...
My first, and thus far only, Cartier is a Tortue from the Collection Privee as well. I think it's the most beautiful watch I've ever owned. ...
Very nice MP!
Love the blue on the dial, very special. Definitly would like to get one in the future.
Congratulations with your first Collection Privée model
This is a fantastic looking watch and so much more attractive than the yellow gold version. For me CPCP was the best Cartier ever produced, the series ran from 1998-2008. It is hard to say when your watch was sold, all I know it was not available during t...
Thanks Geo for your reply.
does cartier usually sell french versions of the watch overseas as well? Or all oversea versions of any model will be in english? Read some post about the CPCP that they hav special versions for the chinese market. so my first guess was this one is a spec...