Cartier Tank Solo and Ronde Solo in New Les Must Collection

Oct 21, 2009
The illustrious watchmaker Cartier is proud to unveil its novel "Les Must" line, which includes appealing models for men and women. These watches will be commercialized in the brands boutiques all over the world.

The "Les Must Collection" presents leather goods, jewelry, accessories, gifts and timepieces. This line is brand new, although it partially coincides in terms of the name with the "Les Must de Cartier" assemblage, launched in 1970.

As Watches.InfoNIAC.com found out, the first models to be introduced by Cartier are Tank Solo and Ronde Solo.

The small interpretation of the Cartier Tank Solo watch employs a steel case, demonstrating a crown with circular graining and a spinel cabochon in blue. The watchs case houses a silvered opaline dial, exhibiting blue sword hands, Roman numerals, as well as a railroad minutes scale.

Inside the new Cartier watch there is the in-house manufactured quartz Caliber 157 movement, which offers the functions of hours and minutes.

The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant. It comes with a steel bracelet, finished with a safety lock.

The large variation of the Tank Solo watch comes with a steel case, fitted with a crown, exposing circular graining and a spinel cabochon, performed in blue. The watch exquisite silhouette is enhanced by a silvered opaline dial, sporting the blue sword hands, Roman numerals and a railroad minutes scale.

The watch functionality includes hours and minutes. Animating these functions is the quartz in-house manufactured Caliber 690 movement.

This interpretation boasts 30-meter water-resistance. It is accompanied by a steel bracelet equipped with a safety lock.

The small variation of the Cartier Ronde Solo watch demonstrates a steel case, fitted with a crown, which reveals circular graining and a spinel cabochon in blue. The silvered opaline dial proudly depicts blue sword hands, Roman numerals, along with a railroad minutes scale.

The watch is powered by the quartz Cartier Caliber 690 movement, which offers the function of hours and minute.

Submersible to 30 meters, this timepiece comes with a steel bracelet finished with a safety lock.

Sculptured in steel, the large interpretation of the Ronde Solo watch has a case featuring a crown with circular graining and a spinel cabochon in blue. The case houses a remarkable opaline dial, showcasing sword hands, performed in blue, Roman numerals and a railroad minutes scale.

The Cartier watch accommodates the quartz Caliber 115A movement, executed entirely by Cartier.

The Cartier Ronde Solo watch displays hours, minutes and the date. It is water-resistant to 30 meters. Fitting this model is a steel bracelet with a safety lock.

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