Okay maybe I'm afraid of commitment so I bought the entry level Tank a while back for when I'm feeling preppy. With Cartier, except for the quirky Roadster I had for a while, I'm always hesitant to pull the trigger. I love them....but how much. I have bee
The Cartier Tank Cintree (Slim) Allongee (Elongated) Dual Time produced in 1990 in very limited numbers and only available in the Cartier boutiques. A peculiar watch indeed for it’s size (absolutely Jumbo), dial layout (absolutely classic Cartier Deco) an
With its square case and bullet-shaped lugs, it’s not your average Tank. But every element of the watch, from the lugs to the guilloche dial, was crafted with a care and attention that one can only say is Cartier. The Tank Obus is known for its unusual sh
Was deciding between this and the calibre de cartier chronograph....but this tank is a little more iconic and the grey dial is just nicer...and that little sapphire on the crown is actually a pretty nice addition. The movement reminds me little of jlcs ch
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?
But for me, 3 watches with blue dials in a wardrobe of 13 or 14 was one too many. Especially when one of them is this 😉 : I agree that the gradient blue dial on the Santos is terrific. I'm also intrigued by the new gray dial model, but have yet to see it
Hi, enjoing I present my second Cartier, a Tank Française, ref. 2302, mis. Great. I think Cartier ‘90 was a great maison, except for it movements, Eta inside... but aestetically no questions... dress but only every day watches... I hope you like this... C