BEAUTY MEETS COMFORT
Curves contoured to hug the wearer's wrist make the Tank Américaine model as comfortable as it is beautiful.
Launched in 1989, the Tank Américaine model displays the distinctive markings of the original Tank watch but with lines and curves reworked under the influence of drawings from Cartier's New York workshop. Its longer, rectangular watchcase is subtly curved, to better fit the wearer's wrist.
The Tank Américaine watch is the first Cartier model to feature an arched, water-resistant case with an adjustable strap fitted to the famous deployant buckle which was patented by Cartier in 1910.
The elongated, slightly convex lines of the Tank Américaine model make it a great classic for either formal or everyday wear. Its versatility is the secret to the model's lasting success.
Elegant shape The rectangular shape and curve...
The rectangular shape and curved case of the Tank Américaine watch are combined in an elegant yet eminently wearable design.
The infinite care taken to polish the Tank Américaine watch to a refined satin finish makes it not only a beautiful object, but also a comfortable personal accessory.
Family resemblance The curves of the Tank Amé...
The curves of the Tank Américaine collection recall the Tonneau model, an early Cartier design dating from 1906. The strong sidepieces, clean-cut angles and distinctive attachment system make this watch a fully-fledged member of the Tank collection family.
The Tank Américaine watch is only crafted in precious metals and is also available in jeweled versions.