Cartier’s current watch collection has some cute timers (actually very few), but the company is not known for producing too many timers. Think of classic tanks or Santos, or other box shapes that help define the classic French (Swiss-made) luxury company, whose products are often part of an elegant lifestyle. In fact, if you think of the most classic Cartier Replica Watches, they only represent time. Despite this, recently, the timing mode has begun to find new directions on Cartier watches, such as the new Cartier circular timing mode, and even the mechanical timing mode built in Cartier.
This movement is the Cartier 1904-CH MC automatic calibre (calibre), which I believe was first made in 2013 when Cheap Cartier Replica Watches introduced the calibre chronograph (also known as the watch). As a beautiful classic car, the 1904-CH MC is a refreshing modern timekeeping exercise designed for functionality and practicality – with an attractive level of decoration, although it is “bulk Production” movement. I like to see this movement through a sapphire crystal window on the back of the box.
The 1904-CH MC consists of 269 parts and 5.72 mm thick. The movement operates at 4 Hz (28,800 bph) with 48 hours of power reserve between the two barrels of oil and, of course, automatic winding. The timer has a cylindrical roller for up to 12 hours. This makes the layout of the 1904-CH MC movement a bit unique – even if it is a dual compax chronograph with only two small dials, it can still measure 12 hours. Typically, a timer with only two dials uses one for running seconds and the other for counting minutes (usually up to 30 minutes). Here, however, Fake Cartier Watches decided to remove the running second hand and replace it with a 12-hour timer. I appreciate this decision because it adds more useful features to Cartier’s rotation timer. If you really want to measure the number of seconds, all you have to do is activate the timer.
There is also a 6 o’clock window on the dial. I really appreciate their perfection and symmetry in everything on Cartier’s rotating timer. Cartier watches are usually well-proportioned (although some of their most interesting watches today do not have a symmetrical dial), and Cartier’s Rotonde Chronograph benefits. More importantly, in addition to the blue balloon watch, Cartier’s round chronograph is currently the most suitable “chronometer” for Swiss Cartier Watches. Frankly, I found it to be the most attractive choice. One – a Cartier circular chronograph on a steel case.
Exquisite chronographs are rare because chronographs are often associated with sports themes. Indeed, some historical sports chronograph watches have become more formal by today’s standards, but in essence, it is not uncommon to wear a chronograph watch, but it is certainly much less than a sports chronograph watch.
The round case is the perfect platform for the Cartier dress chronograph watch. In this iteration, the 40 mm wide box is 12.15 mm thick, here it is steel (water resistant 30 m). It is worth noting that Cartier Replica also offers a Cartier rotation timer in 18k rose gold and a limited edition 18k white gold version (with a cool blue and silver “Panda dial”). Although the precious metal versions are cute, they are more than twice the price of the steel plate, so the value proposition has dropped a lot considering the premium of gold.
Cartier’s Rotonde case design is very clever and is medium in size, but not small, because the case and ear are thick. The lugs are elegantly curved and the entire chassis tapers from the bottom to the bezel. It is very subtle enough to show very traditional, but the proportions and details of Cartier Rotonde are impressive, in my opinion. Cartier further chose the retro-style rectangular chronograph, and of course you will have a unique Cartier crown with beaded edges and blue spinel cabochon. Cartier also made some Caberon in sapphire crystal, but the spinel looks very similar. Since these two stones are synthetic, I am not sure if this is a cost issue or just a matter of ease of use.
What I want to say is that I not only like the Rotonde case, but also the Cartier Rotonde Chronograph version. The steel version of the Cartier Rotonde Chronograph has a silver dial with a slight texture with a black Roman numeral time stamp and a blue steel pomme-style hour and minute hand. The result is a very classic, very Cartier dial. Compared to some of the older Cartier brands, the logo looks more and more positive – but it may have been around for a while, and I’ve noticed it now.
Although there is no illuminator on the dial, the height contrast between the face and the hands provides a welcome readability. The extra layer depth is added to the thick, applied chapter ring around the dial, which means that Cartier’s turntable chronograph dial will not appear flat – this is often a problem with the dial dial. I don’t understand why Cartier’s Rotonde Chronograph, all the hands of the watch are the correct length, and on other Cartier watches, the hands are too short.
Attached to the case is a black alligator strap and Cartier’s standard unfolded strap that allows you to precisely adjust the strap size, but at the expense of some convenience, because it is painful, but once You carefully adjust the size of the strap from both ends and it becomes sturdy.
As a comfortable and attractive watch, its visual taste (and function) is stronger than a single-time watch. Cartier Rotonde Chronograph is a very practical everyday wear or office timer. It’s suitable for conservative, but also for those who like original design, but sometimes just want a very refined classic style. In steel, the CRWSRO0002 Cartier Rotonde Chronograph is $9,050. The number of the 18k rose gold number W1556238 is 23,700, and the number of the 18k white gold (300 pieces limited) W1556239 is numbered 25,400.