Introducing: The Cartier Tank Cintrée Skeleton

Introducing: The Cartier Tank Cintrée Skeleton

The Cintrée was first delivered back in 1921.

While the Tank was first made in 1917, it didn’t take Cartier long to begin repeating on the plan. The Tank Cintrée, for instance, was brought into the world in 1921. The name Cintrée alludes to the compressed profile of the model, which is slimmer (start to finish) and more restricted (side to side) than different Tanks. It additionally has a bends profile that allows the stretched case to sit close and low to the wrist. The Tank is now a rich watch, however the Cintrée takes this to an entire other level.

This Cintrée takes that exemplary structure and brings something new as a profoundly skeletonized development and a perfect, current looking plan. The rose gold or platinum case estimates 46.3mm x 23mm x 7.96mm, which means it’s on the long side, yet thin and restricted too. It’s somewhat difficult to tell from the images here, however you actually have the bended profile that embraces the wrist, and on this watch specifically it helps hold that 46.3mm length back from wearing as extensive as it sounds. The blued steel hands show the time with the assistance of the section ring, which really goes about as the scaffolds for the development too.

The Cartier Tank Cintrée Skeleton in platinum.

That development is the superstar here as well. The type 9917 MC is planned and created in-house via Cartier. It is an exceptionally skeletonized, physically twisted development and in this watch you can see all the significant components at work, with the force barrel up top, the going train running down the middle, and the escapement at the base. You’ll additionally see that the 9917 MC is bended to coordinate the mark arch of the Cintrée’s case. It’s acceptable to see that Cartier took this thought as far as possible and made something bended totally as opposed to simply utilizing a more modest, level development that would fit anyway.

The Cartier Tank Cintrée Skeleton in rose gold.

For now, Cartier hasn’t uncovered additional subtleties than this. We will keep on refreshing this story as more data becomes available.

The Cartier Tank Cintrée Skeleton is accessible in pink gold and platinum, with costs set at $56,000 and $62,000, separately. Each is restricted to only 100 pieces, a gesture to the way that this is an extraordinary piece made to praise the Tank’s 100th birthday celebration. Furthermore, a hell of a festival it is.

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