Cartier Replica Fine Watchmaking Tourbillon Complications

The Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Double Tourbillon watch for example is a timepiece that I found to be really stunning. The double tourbillon floats in the lower half of the dial whereas the hands in the upper half indicate hours and minutes. Cartier Replica refers to it as a mystery clock and has been part of their history in clock making for more than 100 years.

The hand-wound movement of the Rotonde de Cartier Replica Watches Mysterious Double Tourbillon is caliber 9454 MC and consist of 242 parts. All housed in a 45mm platinum case. As you can see, a very elegant timepiece despite its large diameter. The thing that worried me a bit was the fact that you can look right through the watch and see your wrist underneath it. However, when trying it on my wrist it didn’t bother me at all. Somehow the focus is on the floating tourbillon anyway, not on your flesh.

Another interesting Fine Watchmaking piece with a tourbillon complication is the Ballon Bleu de Cartier Replica Flying Tourbillon 2nd time zone. Based on the famous round case Ballon Bleu collection, this Fine Watchmaking piece houses a Flying Tourbillon as well as a jump hour 2nd time zone indicator.

The regulator dial is there so you can read the hands at all times. The lay-out of the regulator dial is somewhat different than I’m used to but it is beautifully done. The Cartier Replica Watches Swiss Movement caliber 9456MC hand-wound movement consists of 304 parts and is housed in a whopping 46.4mm gold case. This timepiece is available in 18 carat pink gold as well as in 18 carat white gold.

Last but certainly not least for my short overview is a watch from the Fake Cartier Watches d’Art collection. I love the hand carved cameo Crocodile formed from stone in this Rotonde timepiece. This white gold timepiece with a Flying Tourbillon hand-wound movement has caliber 9452 MC and has a modest 42mm case.