Cartier Reinterprets The Tortue Watch

The Cartier Tortue series watch was founded in 1912. With its unique shape and precise design, it became popular overnight, achieved great success, and became one of Cartier’s most popular series. Its bold and innovative name (Tortue means tortoise in French) and its unique shape conforms to Cartier’s traditional classic style. It belongs to the same type as the Tonneau, Baignoire and Crash watches, and has become a timeless classic. At the forthcoming 2014 SIHH Geneva Haute Horlogerie Show, Cartier reinterpreted this series of watches and inherited the feminine charm.

New Cartier Medium Tortue Pink Gold Case

The new Cartier Tortue watch has soft lines, ultra-thin outlines, large dials, unique shapes and elegant styles. The perfect design and manufacturing process make her the most typical representative of Cartier. Based on the original dome mirror, the new Tortue uses a flat surface instead, highlighting the delicate elegance of women.

New Cartier Mini Tortue, pink gold case with diamonds

Roman numerals, sword-shaped hands, wheat ears dial; these all continue the previous classic style. The new Tortue collection is equipped with a manual winding mechanical movement and is available in white, pink and diamond.