I really like a lot of what Cartier is bringing in the watch arena. They are bold yet tasteful. I have not seen this reference in particular live but the measurements look promising. One qualm I had with Cartier a decade ago was the size on the modern cre
Hello Cpt Scarlet, This is a very good looking watch and one I would buy if I were in the market for a Cartier (well, perhaps this and the yg Santos). The lume is a great touch and definitely adds to the watch's appeal. It reminds me of the Bvlgari Octo R
It has been quite a few years since I owned a Cartier but recently, I felt the need to add a white / silver dial watch which would be the anthesis of the Panerai and Rolex divers I normally gravitate towards. A Santos was high on the list but after trying
I am glad you have taken this watch because it might be the same one I had declined from the Kuala Lumpur boutique. I felt it was too heavy for me. Yes the watch is very elegant and quite light for a platinum watch but I found it too heavy for my taste as
It was a long time wish coming true to acquire my first Cartier timepiece. There are so many excellent choices and I'm so happy to bring home this very special timepiece. Thanks Geo for his encouragement to share my review here. A Brief History of Cartier
Cartier's 'Santos' skeleton watches are instantly recognisable by the Roman numerals integrated into the bridge and mainplate in this bold Cartier design. The case looks sleek with it’s diamond-like ADLC-coated stainless steel on the 'Noctambule', or nigh
Not as quite refined but the two tone is a reminiscent of the earliest Santos, either white gold or platinum with yellow gold back. This one with yellow gold bezel, crown, and case back, Ref 78225, 25x36mm, retaining the petite form (size) of its predeces
Starting the weekend with this classic advert from Cartier certainly hits the spot, for the style and the classic good looks of the Santos Dumont. The fact that it’s the platinum edition is all the more alluring. Enjoy !