In-Depth: A Long-Term Look At Living With The Drive De Cartier, In Steel
A thin watch with surprising depth.
Originally published by Jack Forster on HODINKEE, March 8th 2018
The Cartier Drive de Cartier debuted at the 2016 edition of the SIHH, and it was a watch that
A Week On The Wrist: The Cartier Santos
One of the brand's oldest designs gets its biggest overhaul ever.
Originally published by Stephen Pulvirent on HODINKEE, April 17th, 2018
The word "iconic" might be the most overused adjective in watches. And following closely behind it in the hackneyed
Historical Perspectives: Ten Out Of Production Watches That Offer A Ton Of Bang For The Buck
These watches deserve to be more expensive than they are.
Originally published by Ben Clymer on HODINKEE, November 20th, 2014
Last year I put together a list of 10 vintage watches that
With the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, summer has once again come to a close. While we will all miss swimming and camping it is time to start thinking of family gatherings full of holiday spirit. To go with the
With the rise of mechanical watches as a luxury item, the engineering and finishing that goes into each movement has been brought into focus by watch enthusiasts. An exhibition case back has become a fairly common way for a consumer to see the details in
As much fun as it is to walk into a store and look at all the beautiful new watches that were just released, sometimes they do not speak to us in the same way the old styles did. They are not the watch you saw
A Week On The Wrist: The Cartier Tank Must 'SolarBeat'
It's one of the most surprising watches from Cartier this year, but how does the Tank SolarBeat stack up against a century of Tanks?
Originally published by JACK FORSTER on HODINKEE, August 10th 2021
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The Cartier Tank: It's Inception
Louis Cartier, the founder of the brand, invented the Cartier Tank in 1917. It is the brand’s most iconic model. The Tank’s name and design pays homage to the Renault FT-17, a French tank used during the first World War. The
2017 was a newsworthy year in the world of watches. Paul Newman’s Daytona fetched the highest price of any wristwatch at auction in history. The Richemont group was sold to CVC Capital Partners for a hefty sum and Zenith got a new CEO. Lady Gaga
It is well-known that counterfeit luxury goods flood the market each year. Some of these are advertised as replicas and some are just fakes being passed off as the real thing. The watch market, in particular, is not immune to counterfeits and as technology advances