This is a Cartier Calibre watch. It is named after Jacques Cartier who is a French explorer remembered for claiming modern day Canada for the French. For explorers keeping track of time was very important to keep track of their location.
#Cartier. One of the originators of horological excellence, sadly not mentioned among the likes of Rolex, Audemars, Patek, and the like anymore. The Calibre is an interesting timepiece, with a certain flair to it.
The @cartier Calibre de Cartier Diver (shown in rose gold) meets the challenge of combining the classical Cartier style with the technical requirements necessary to be considered a true divers’ watch under the international standard ISO 6425. #cartier #watchtime #divewatch
Cartier Calibre de Cartier Chronographe: Cartier has made great strides recently in becoming a true manufacture. The brand now offers numerous watches with in-house movements to its customers. The Chronographe is equipped with Caliber 1904-CH MC. The watch shown here, with a steel bracelet, sells for €9,050.
Cartier Calibre Diver Watch Hands-On - See more on aBlogtoWatch.com "One of the last things I was expecting from Cartier for 2014 was a dive watch, and now that we have one I can barely imagine not wanting it. That is how the peculiar "desire engine" of the watch industry works. As mixed up and backwards as the industry may be, it still has the power to create items that I suddenly desire which I would have never thought appealing until they were brought to my attention..."…