Drive de Cartier Sees Two New Interpretations #SIHH2017 | SENATUS



Drive de Cartier Sees Two New Interpretations #SIHH2017
By SENATUS Watches & Jewelry | 19 January 2017

Unveiled last year, the Drive de Cartier collection now boasts two new interpretations. Firstly, an ultra-thin 7mm movement makes a refined, masculine statement of total sophistication and secondly, a moon phase complication that fascinates with intrigue.

Driven by the hand winding mechanical calibre 430 MC, the Drive de Cartier Extra-Flat at less than 7mm thin, is 40% thinner than the original Drive de Cartier. Its sunray satin finished dial is further accentuated by the random lines and grooves of a finely crafted alligator-skin strap.

Fitted with the new Manufacture movement 1904-LU MC, the Drive de Cartier Moon Phases is a distinctive watch equipped with moonphase complication displayed on a subdial at 6 o’clock, tracking the cycle of new moons, half-moons and full moons whilst only needing correction by a day once every 125 years.

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