Most people familiar with the Cartier Fake Watches brand can easily point out a Tank watch. With their small proportions, distinctive square cases, and timeless looks, Cartier Tanks are often the go-to watch for those hunting for a simple, dressy timepiece. Many will also readily recognize the famous Santos watch; though laypeople will occasionally misidentify it as a Tank, most watch enthusiasts will appreciate it as one of the first wristwatches and first pilot’s watches.
Today’s time-only Tortue watch, available in either rose gold or white gold, carries on the historical design elements that have long attracted consumers, but with a few modern Drive de Cartier Replica flairs. The 36.1-mm-wide, uniquely-curved case, containing the manually wound caliber 240 MC, sits longer on the wrist than many traditional watches, at 44.95 mm lengthwise. The Swiss Cartier Watches features Cartier’s signature sapphire-beaded crown. On the multi-zoned dial is a silvered guilloché inner dial, separated from the outer guilloché section by an indented minute ring. The black Arabic numerals, following the curved elements of the case, feature prominently, while being quietly swept over by the blued steel, sword-shaped minute and hour hands. These models use either a matte brown or black alligator strap and fasten with a matching precious-metal deployment buckle.
This modern piece, for the most part, is designed strikingly similar to the Tortues of years past — especially the original 1912 models. With its distinctive case, sapphire crown, prominent numerals and, to some extent, its minute ring, the contemporary Copy Cartier Tortue Watches offers vintage elegance for modern tastes. The changes in the watch, as compared to its vintage predecessors, seem to be in line with today’s Cartier tradition of integrating haute horology and fashion. This is evident in the guilloché dial; the larger and less sharply angled, case, the inner, indented minute ring contrasting with an outer printed minute ring, and the still prominent but much more expansive numerals.