Cartier Tortue Watches

September 20, 2016 by  
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The Cartier Tortue is one of the first designs that distinguished the shape of watch cases from the traditional round shape. Recognisable and generous, the silver dials Cartier Tortue copy watches house the powerful Cartier calibre 9602 MC, a manual winding mechanical movement that is visible through the sapphire case back.

The 18K rose gold case is polished and charming enhanced by a beaded crown set with a faceted sapphire. With a size suitable for most wrists, the black Roman hour markers replica watches are complete with comfortable brown alligator straps controlled by rose gold folding clasps easily.

Cartier Tortue is a classic watch, dating back to 1912, now available in a new series. You could say that it has stood the test of time, along with the other Cartier special-shaped watches, such as the Tonneau, Baignoire and Crash watches. The name Tortue comes from tortoise, and the shape is roughly inspired by this animal, though the original domed watchglass that suggested the curving shell of the tortoise has been abandoned for a more modern, flatter and more attractive flat glass. Its lines, slimness, relatively large dial and delicate curves make it immediately recognizable.