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3 November 2016

Cartier Watches: New Calibre de Cartier Diver

By: Amy Brennan-Stephenson

Cartier Watches: New Calibre de Cartier Diver
The excitement has been building at David M Robinson ahead of the arrival of  a range of brand new Cartier watches. Customers who are as excited as we are can view the new Calibre de Cartier Diver watches at our Canary Wharf or Liverpool One showroom.


Cartier Watches: new design and features

The newest addition to the exclusive Calibre range of Cartier watches is available in three models featuring either a pink gold case, a pink gold and steel combination, or a steel case. All have a textured, top quality rubber strap and offer water resistance to 300 metres or 1,000 feet.

Whatever the choice of case, the Diver is undoubtedly a masculine-looking watch that will withstand everything from every day wear to extreme environmental or weather conditions.

It combines the technology that has made Cartier watches one of the best-loved names in the watchmaking world and a style that cannot often be matched.

The Diver perfectly meets the challenge of mixing the unmistakable company style and quality with the ISO 6425 technical requirements. The 42mm case is only 11mm thick and the stunning Diver watch boasts a black unidirectional bezel coated in ADLC, and a crown that is screwed in. The easy-to-read illuminated Super-LumiNova face boast five-minute markers, XII numeral, sub-second indexes, and a time-selecting marker.


This authentic diving instrument from Cartier watches combines power with accuracy and is driven by a 1904 mechanical movement, which has been completely assembled, developed, and designed by the master watchmakers at the Maison.

Other features of this timeless Cartier Watches timepiece are 27 jewels including a faceted sapphire in blue, hands shaped like swords, and an ardillon buckle coated in your choice of metals.

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