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Cost Of Entry: Cartier Watches

Welcome to the latest installment in our Cost of Entry series. In this aBlogtoWatch feature, we examine different brands through the lens of their most affordable model. Having previously looked at the entry-level offerings of Rolex, Omega, Panerai, and Hublot... today, a name well-known even far outside the world of

HH Journal 107 By Fondation De La Haute Horlogerie

Sponsored Post written by the advertiser for aBlogtoWatch The HH Journal is an online publication covering watchmaking news in all its forms and is published by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) which was created in 2005. The FHH aims to raise awareness and promote the values of fine watchmaking on

Cartier Drive De Cartier ‘Small Complication’ Gold Watch Review

At SIHH 2016, Cartier announced the release of the Drive de Cartier line, exciting many watch enthusiasts with its relatively accessibly priced entry-level models. Well, I spent some time with a piece nearing the upper range of the line, other than the flying tourbillon model, the Cartier Drive de Cartier "Small Complication" watch

Cartier Rotonde De Cartier Earth And Moon Watch Hands-On

In the past couple of years, under the guidance of Carole Forestier-Kasapi, Cartier’s Director of Movement Creation, Cartier has established itself as a major player in haute horology. Some notable recent pieces include the Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Astrocalendaire watch, the Cartier Rotonde De Cartier Grande Complication, and the watch

Cartier Rotonde De Cartier Mysterious Hour Skeleton Watch

As the watch world gears up for the 2017 Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH), Cartier has quietly begun to announce their plans for the luxury timepiece exhibition held in Geneva every year. While they certainly aren’t strangers to the fine watchmaking arena, Cartier is typically known for their

Cartier Panthère De Cartier Watches Hands-On

Since Cartier reinvigorated its fine watchmaking department eight years ago, it has surprised us each year with one great complicated watch after another. This year, Cartier had a different kind of surprise: a resurrection of the Panthère de Cartier, which had been discontinued in the early aughts. Aside from a

The Man’s Guide To Dress Watches

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This is a guest post from Kevin Mack at Fly High Finance. If you’re in the military and want to build a plan for financial independence then sign up here. Thus far in this series, we’ve looked at field,aviation, diving and racing watches. These are watches with specific tasks in mind,

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