The watch is in both good external and internal movement conditions throughout. Regular signs of wearing around the case.
Complimentary 12-Month Mechanical Warranty
Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity
At the heart of the past century, the establishment of Cartier watchmaking has undoubtedly rejuvenated most iconic and elegant wristwatches over time. The focus on historical designs with an unceasing pursuit results in evocative pieces reflecting elegance, story-telling and grace.
For those wondering the significance and history of the Tank, this series is one of the very first that represented Louis Cartier’s vision of wristwatches and predominantly became a design icon of the 21st Century. Inspired by the shape of the Renault Tank, the strikingly simplistic geometry redefined the silhouette of dress watches with its rectangular case and numerous dial settings. I won’t go into significant detail of its history as there are multiple publications with in-depth reviews and historical foregrounds of this model.
This particular reference infuses the best between both modern and vintage Tank at a friendly price-point that is even lower than the modern Tank Must Quartz. With a gold-plated case, sapphire cabochon and Lapis Lazuli dial in a lacquer-matte finish - this packages the most iconic colours and proportions of the Maison with an attractive entry price-point. Running with a mechanical winding movement Cal. 2512-1, this piece is freshly serviced and running accurately for its age, sealing off with an additional dark navy strap and original Cartier pin buckle. I’m personally a big follower of stone dials and the Lapis dial seals off the gold case with subtle glimmering of golden sparks. Immense value for spectacular dial.