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On Hands of Review High Quatily Cartier Tank Replica Watches

The inspiration behind the rectangular shape of cheap replica Cartier Tank Watches comes from real tanks. Specifically, the WW1 Renault chariot followed many iconic figures, such as this iconic watch worn by Andy Warhol.

High quatily replica Cartier watch made this rectangular appearance mainstream. The Cartier Tank is also one of the few tanks popular with ladies and men. , = No surprise that this series of sales will last for nearly 100 years. This longevity proves the type of watch.

Cartier Tank Solo luxury replica watch is only one of many Tanks sub-series of this series. It is believed to be as real as the original Tank watch that everyone wore in the 1920s. Cartier fake watch has produced many series of Tank watches in the last century, many of which are known as fashion trendsetters, but Cartier Tank Solo is a true classic.

The Cartier Tank Solo Automatic best replica watch has a 21-jewel mechanical movement, an automatic movement and a 42-hour power reserve. Women’s Tank Solo quartz case size is 24mm x 30mm, while men’s case size is 31mm x 40.85mm.

The rectangular top replica Cartier Tank watchis known for its eye-catching appearance. Its crown is set with blue cabochons and the hilt is a green steel sword. The Roman numeral is an instant gift of the Roman numeral 10 signed by Cartier, one line of which contains the brand name. Even after many years, the Cartier strap case still maintains the freshness of the Art Deco style.

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Three Unusual Cartier Tank Replica Watches from the Past 100 Years

If you follow any watch blogs or magazines, odds are that you are already aware that this year is the 100th anniversary of the Cartier Tank Replica. Much has been written about the six new versions of the Tank Louis Cartier that were unveiled a few months back, and for good reason: to many people, the Cartier Tank is the Platonic ideal of a dress watch. I have a personal soft spot for the iconic model as well — I fell in love with the watch’s quadrilateral design at a young age and it drove my watch obsession that continues to this day. Rather than discuss what the Tank’s centenary might mean going forward like so many others already have, I’d like to highlight three uncommon Tanks that have largely disappeared from the public eye but are some of the most unexpected watches Cartier ever produced.
The Cartier Tank á Guichet


The 1928 Cartier Tank á Guichet.
If you paid attention to the Phillips Winning Icons auction that featured Paul Newman’s record-breaking Rolex Daytona, you may have noticed something curious about Lot 31. That 1931 Cartier Tank á Guichet ended up selling for $131,250, but the real story behind the unorthodox design goes back three years earlier to 1928 when the watch was created with a jumping hour in response to a growing interest in watches with a numerical display. Unlike modern jumping hour and minute watches — think the A. Lange & Söhne Zeitwerk — the Tank á Guichet doesn’t even have a visible dial. Rather, it featured a large expanse of metal with two tiny windows (guichets) that displayed the hour and minute. Cartier released multiple versions of the watch that often featured very different placement of the windows and crowns, sometimes the crown would be at 12 or 3 o’clock and the minute opening would be at 12 or 6 o’clock. These watches are exceedingly rare and someday I’d love to see a modern interpretation of this surprisingly masculine take on the Tank.
The Cartier Tank Asymétrique


The 1938 Cartier Tank Asymétrique.
While watches that are angled to this degree are common in both auto and aviation timepieces, it’s extremely rare to see a dress watch with the feature. The idea behind the turned dial is that the watch becomes more legible if your hand is on the wheel of a car or airplane. I’m still not sure what the value is on having the watch turned to this extent during a cocktail party or dinner, but maybe it had a specific purpose in mind when it was introduced in 1936. Regardless of its functionality, it’s just a handsome timepiece that inverts the idea of a Tank on its head. The rotation of the dial ends up placing 6 and 12 o’clock in the corners, and the overall sobriety of the Asymétrique serves as a departure from the decidedly avant-garde Tank á Guichet.
The Tank Must de Cartier


The 1977 Tank Must de Cartier in Red.
You may remember this cartier tank solo replica from the late 1970’s when the Swiss timepiece industry was still in the throes of the Quartz Crisis. The Les Must de Cartier collection came at a time when popular opinion was highly critical of luxury goods. Cartier — being one of the world’s largest luxury Maisons — took this opportunity to release its first-ever line of quartz watches. They were an instant success and became recognizable around the world for having colorful lacquered dials with no numerals. The Must de Cartier helped reinvigorate the brand and introduced them to a much larger, aspirational clientele.


The 1977 Tank Must de Cartier in Black.