The Ballon Bleu watch collection created by Cartier adds a dash of elegance to men’s and women’s wrists alike. Roman numerals are guided on their path by a sophisticated sapphire cabochon winding mechanism protected by an arc of high quality materials. The Ballon Bleu watches for men and women float through the world of Cartier watchmaking.
Louis Cartier created the Tank watch in 1917. A legend was born. The first prototype was presented as a gift to General Pershing. Coveted by men and women, all Cartier Tank watches have clean, crisp lines with a free-spirited design. The now-iconic Tank watch has inspired countless variations while preserving its distinctive identity.
Contemporary and refined, the Calibre de Cartier watch reinterprets the round form in watchmaking with character and style. Equipped with the new Manufacture Cartier movement, the 1904 MC, this new timepiece is a combination of sporty masculinity and exceptional expertise.
With soft curves, clean lines and original profiles: the Clé de Cartier, designed for men and women, exudes a unique elegance. The design is a testament to precision, balance and proportion. With a new vision of sophistication, the Cartier master watchmakers gave the Clé watch collection a sleek new silhouette inspired by the perfect circle.
In 1904, Louis Cartier granted the wish of famous Brazilian pilot Alberto Santos Dumont: to be able to tell time while in the air. Thus, one of the first wristwatches was born: the Santos de Cartier watch collection. The rounded angles of the dial, the seamless curve of the horns, and the exposed screws made for an iconic watch that would inspire countless reinterpretations for both men and women.
The Rotonde de Cartier watch showcases the most sophisticated movements in Fine Watchmaking: a central chronograph, flying tourbillon, and astrorégulateur.
The Ronde de Cartier watch collection for men and women is an ode to the signature of Cartier with Roman numerals, blue sword-shaped hands and rail-track minute circle. Discover Ronde Louis Cartier and Ronde Solo de Cartier.
The 1906 design of the watch that would later be christened the "Baignoire" demonstrated Cartier's prowess in crafting watchmaking forms. An elegant ellipse uniquely forged in a single line, the "Baignoire" watch is the essence of Cartier style: an unmatched marriage of purity and timeless chic.
In 1912, pioneering watchmaker Louis Cartier imagined the original features of the Tortue watch with a tortoise-inspired shape. At a time when all watches were round, this groundbreaking design went on to become a classic for men and women.
The Panthère de Cartier watch is a timeless icon at the Maison Cartier. This elegant jewelry watch has become a symbol of the house in steel, yellow or pink gold. Discover the Panthère de Cartier watch collection for effortless elegance.