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Pasha 3 time zones

This is the Cartier Pasha 3 time zones watch which I have for over 25 years. The movement is made by a famous watch maker Gerald Genta. Just to share with all who love Catier.
4M
By: Jeremy Wang
8
mr. ieux
290

Cartier Pasha Tourbillon

I had the opportunity to try this on at the Fifth Ave. boutique in 2002, and it has been on my grail list every since. It was very, very stealthy, and was slim enough to have slipped easily beneath my shirtsleeve. Originally listed for about $140k USD; pr
5M
By: samwan
16
samwan
1278

Pasha de Cartier from the '80

Good memories of this watch. It was not only the watch that I was wearing every day to work, back in the '80, it is also the watch that pushed my Instagram to 10K followers this weekend. So after more than 30 years, I still love this watch a lot, with or
9M
By: Geo
25
Subexplorer
990

Just received my first Pasha!

Hello, everyone! Happy to share with you an image of my first Pasha which I just received. This is an 18kt/SS 38mm chronograph with F. Piguet 1185 movement (Carrier 205). Pre-owned and recently serviced, with complete original boxes and papers. Now on the
10M
By: wicozani
3
Geo
267

Sometimes a simple Pasha will do

This was a gift from my father around 12 years ago and still works like a charm Haven’t worn it for a very long time (partially due to the fact that my best half uses it instead)
11M
By: Mohannad (aka Riddler)
15
Teacher Yang
741

Cartier Pasha Tourbillon

This one has a solid gold logo and semi-skeletonized tourbillon. I was told there were two other variations - all three were equipped with GP golden bridges movements - one with a blue enamel logo and the other with white gold bars. All three versions wer
5M
By: samwan
16
samwan
1278

The Pasha is so underated

What a fantastic watch. I did not think I'd love it that much. So light and comfortable with a leather bracelet. I was afraid it would be "harsh" like the 1978 Santos that I found unpleasant to wear. To most surprising thing to me was how slim it is. I al
1Y
By: Cemre
6
mr. ieux
931

While picking up the Pasha, discovered the Santos Dumont...

The other day I went to pick up my wife's temperamental Pasha, which liked to spin its large date to 35 and more It had actually been sorted relatively quickly (around two weeks) and a full service has been thrown in to make sure nothing else untoward det
3Y
By: KMII
25
KMII
4699

Cartier not enough.

Not so long ago, Cartier's entry level and most commonly seen Tanks, Ballon Blu, Pasha, Santos models etc all use basic ETA movements (correct me if I am wrong). Indeed the movements are nothing special. Perhaps that is why they are not good enough for Al
3Y
By: Alex_KonTiki
10
Alex_SatnUrquiza
1705

Temperamental Pasha big date - is this common?

My wife has been a very happy owner of a Pasha for a while until it started playing up recently. The picture below demonstrates the problem: As you see, we are in veeeery late March In fact this is the second time this happened. The first time the watchma
3Y
By: KMII
10
KMII
1702