Cartier takes this ‘no tools’ technology even further with “SmartLink”. Using this system, each link of the bracelet includes a release button to detach from its neighboring link. This allows you to adjust the size of the bracelet to fit. No tools needed. No visit to the unauthorized “watchmaker” in the mall.
Inside the Cartier Santos is the in-house automatic calibre 1847-MC movement. Operating at 4hz, it offers a 42-hour power reserve and is equipped with 23 jewels. It’s hidden away beneath a solid steel caseback.
Well, for a start the Cartier Santos is a great looking watch. It’s masculine but with some nice curves. It’s also very versatile. The interchangeable straps also add a lot to the mix. Not to mention the in-house movement. And it’s reasonably priced.
What makes it so popular though is its enduring design. The Cartier Santos of today doesn’t look that different from the model Louis Cartier first conceived over a century ago. Functional, practical and yet inherently attractive. What more could you ask from a luxury watch?
Case: 39.8mm width x 47.5mm height x 9.08mm thickness – stainless steel, polished and brushed – sapphire crystal on the dial side – 100m water resistance.
Dial: Silvered opaline – sword-shaped blued steel hands – time only with small seconds and date at 6 o’clock.
Movement: Calibre 1847 MC, in-house – automatic – 4Hz frequency – 42h power reserve – 23 jewels – hours, minutes, seconds, date.
Specification: Cartier Santos Wrist Watch
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- Vendor: Obika Chinonso
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