Cartier Rotonde De Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton Replica

Cartier Rotonde De Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton Replica Watch Hands-On

Cartier watches like the Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton Replica might very well represent the top-of-the-line products Cartier makes for men. The watch is actually a combination of three existing items at Cartier, and that includes the Rotonde-style case, “mysterious” movement which has the hour and minute hands on a transparent plane, and on top of that, skeletonization of the in-house made caliber 9981 manually wound movement.

We’ve substantially seen all this before, and this watch more or less represents Cartier wanting to make the most out of its movements by offering them in a variety of cases. For instance, if you love the Mysterious Hour Skeleton but prefer the Cheap Cartier Replica, they have a watch for you in the Cle de Cartier Mysterious Hour watch. The “non-Skeleton” version of the Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton watch was actually the first model to debut this style of “mystery dial movement” in 2013.

At 42mm wide in palladium the Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton is just as wearable and comfortable as any Rotonde model. Why palladium? Good question; Cartier Replica Watches likely wants to know if you find the exotic and of-questionable-utility rare material exclusive. The round-case has a bit of French flair with its signature Cartier-style crown with blue sapphire crystal stone cabochon, and attractive, rounded bezel matched to the lugs.

Compared to the Cartier Cle version of the Mystery Hour Skeleton, the Rotonde models’ caliber MC 9983 is more… well skeletonized. Cartier Replica really wanted to make sure that the “open” look of the movement matched the theme of the open look of the dial. In essence, the goal seemed to be that the user can see through as much of the watch as possible. I think the result is lovely, save for those people who aren’t interested in checking out their own arm hair and skin on a regular basis when glancing at this otherwise beautiful watch.

The movement uses two sapphire crystal plates upon which the hands are set. There is a traditional mounting system in the middle where the central axis point of the two sapphire crystal discs connect. Gears to the right of the hour and minute dial move these discs, which in turn move the hands. Framing all of this, and part of the movement, is the hand-finished plate which includes “structural” Roman numeral motifs. The overall look is great, though it isn’t the common decorative style one might consider when imagining a hand-finished mechanical watch movement. Cartier Replica Watches Swiss Movement opts for a more modern, arguably masculine look for its particular aesthetic when it comes to skeletonized watch dials and movements.

The entire watch is 11.9mm thick making it both bold but also wearable under sleeves. If there was ever a luxury statement watch for guys who love mechanical movements – something like the Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton Replica wWatch For Sale is it. You get the power of a well-known name, lots of authentic horological technique, and refined design along with a enviable mechanical movement on your wrist.

Cartier Baignoire Etoilée Replica

Cartier’s New Libre Collection for Ladies Replica Watches

“Stretched, shrunk, and transformed into objects of fantasy with unbridled creative license” are the bon mots Cartier Replica Watches uses to describe its new Libre collection for ladies, debuting at SIHH 2018 in January. “Libre” means “free,” and with these new additions to its Bagnoire and Crash timepiece families, five new watches in all, the watch-and-jewelry giant takes a truly freeform approach to some of its classical case shapes.


Cartier Libre Collection – group

The first of these five limited-edition timepieces, all designed in Cartier’s Watch Creation Studio in Paris, is the Baignoire Débordante, with a white-gold case surrounded by a radiating ring of open “petals,” topped off with sparkling diamonds and black spinels. The movement, as in all four Baignoire models, is quartz; the watch is a numbered edition of 50 pieces.

Cartier Baignoire Debordante

The Baignoire Infinie is basically a new take on the existing Baignoire Allongée watch with the thin, curving elliptical case stretched into a circle and a minuscule black dial at its center. The white-gold case and the dial are paved with baguette-cut diamonds, white mother-of-pearl, Tahitian mother-of-pearl, and black spinels. The Infinie is limited to 20 numbered pieces.

Cartier Baignoire Infinie

Baignoire Etoilée
Shimmering diamonds and black spinels also intertwine on the Baignoire Etoilée, with a bracelet made up of suspended strands of precious stones that give the impression of black melting into white. The white-gold case, framing another miniature black dial, is set with double rows of the same stones. This watch is a limited, numbered edition of 15 pieces.

Cartier Baignoire Etoilée

Baignoire Interdite
The oval-shaped, white-gold case of the Baignoire Interdite is dominated by oversized Roman numerals, coated in shiny black ADLC, that wrap around its diamond-paved bezel like ribbons, partially obscuring the miniature dial in the center. Like the Débortante, this one is limited to 50 numbered pieces.

Cartier Baignoire Interdite

Crash Radieuse
The new Crash Radieuse is the latest and boldest take on Cartier’s popular offbeat model, the Crash, which launched in 1967 and was inspired by an actual damaged Cartier watch. This version adds gadroons to the hallmark crumpled dial, further stretches the large, distorted Roman numerals, and adds a carved “shockwave” pattern in the centre of the dial. The Crash Radieuse has an old-school yellow-gold case befitting its Swinging ’60s origins and is the only cheap replica watches for sale in the Libre collection powered by a mechanical, manual-winding movement, Cartier Caliber MC 8970. It is limited to 50 numbered pieces. Prices for the Libre watches are expected to be announced at SIHH 2018 in January.

Cartier Crash Radieuse