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Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Perptual Calendar Chronograph

By Adrian Prisca


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We’re now going to provide you with a first look on the 2013 Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, or, the so-called “quantième perpétual chronographe” for those coming from France.

An interesting fact about this stunningly elegant timepiece is that it is the first chronograph in the top notch line of Cartier, Cartier Fine Watchmaking, and that it comprises a perpetual calendar chronograph complication, which is one of the most important and key features of today’s wristwatches created by the most famous brands.

Measuring 42 mm in diameter and 14.9 mm in thickness, the case of this gorgeous timepiece houses a gorgeous dial offered in combinations of white gold and silver, or chocolate and rose gold. The caliber itself is new and quite a masterpiece, with retrograde Day and column wheel chronograph.

Furthermore, the state of the art movement is the Caliber MC 9423, an adaption of the manufacture caliber 1904 MC-CH, sunburst finished. The price of the Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Perpetual Calendar Chronograph is supposedly going to be settled between $60,000 and $70,000.


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