Many new versions of Cartier Replica Watches in 2011 are the ultra-thin versions of the popular Ballon Bleu. I am not entirely sure why Ballon Bleu is so popular. As a ladies watch, I fully understand. It has an elegant bubble aesthetic and some beautiful round curves. I mean the word “balloon” is in the name – at least I think this is the meaning of “balloon”. I may be wrong, I don’t know. Regardless of the real translation, the watch collection is always my “blue balloon” – now it’s a bit awkward.
The thin watch was very hot in 2011. There are many reasons, but cost is one of them. Brands can charge the same amount for watches with less precious metals – they can claim that you are paying for the complexity of miniaturization. This statement may make sense, but thin watches have been around for generations. I really don’t mind thin-profile watches unless they are wide enough. Anything below the thinking curve that is less than 40 mm wide will not see time on my wrist. If I can help it, I prefer at least 42 mm and wider. Fortunately, Cartier Replica made a thin version of the 46 mm wide Ballon Bleu.
To be fair, the actual thickness of a thin sheet is not important unless you want to claim that you have the thinnest watch in the world, as is the case with some Earl watches. What matters is their look and feel on the wrist. Swiss Cartier Watches is not defeating any record in the game, but it does want to offer a thin version of the popular seller – it looks really elegant. These days seem cool and seem to be very popular, and the brand is experimenting with places where they may not have this trend. The thin outer shell of the Ballon Bleu Extra-Flat is wide and flat – this is good. When they are so big, I prefer that they are flatter without bending. The lugs are slightly curved, making the watch more suitable for your wrist.