The two parallel brancards of the Tank watch are its signature.
The Tank Family
The intelligence of its design renders the Tank’s capacity to evolve inexhaustible.
Tank Louis Cartier
A creation of balanced design and a symbol of timeless elegance.
Inspired by the design of a military tank seen from above, the Tank watch is governed by this clear graphic principle: the brancards for the tracks, the case for the vehicle's cabin. From this rapprochement, a new and founding principle is born: the design of the case is integrated into an extension of the bracelet without any break in the visual rhythm.
The legend and
Breaking with its time, the Tank watch immediately resonated with the aesthetes of its generation from the moment of its creation in 1917. It became the watch of the artistic and cultural avant-gardes who appreciated both the purity of its line and its creativity, its way of reinventing itself through new interpretations, yet always faithful to its inimitable style.
Reflecting a stylistic research that has become more sophisticated over time, the Tank watch will always evolve its line.
From 1921, the case stretched, the brancards became more refined: it was the Tank LC watch for Louis Cartier. Then came the monochrome dials of the Must years from the end of the 1970s.
In 1988, it was the launch of the Tank Américaine in tune with the energy of the time and in 1996 that of the Tank Française, which inaugurated a metal bracelet in perfect continuity with the case.