The latest release by Vacheron Constantin is a contemporary interpretation of a model they created back in 1955, bearing the reference# 6087. It was the first water-resistant and anti-magnetic chronograph they manufactured and now is relaunched, introducing the: Vacheron Constantin Historiques Cornes de Vache 1955. Continue reading “Vacheron Constantin reissues “Cornes de Vache”” »
This new timepiece from Cartier is aimed as a sports model and comes with 3 different color schemes: silver dial with black hands, grey dial with satin finished hands and a grey dial with pink gold-toned accents. Cartier combined design elements from the 1950’s and 1960’s era dive watches with their own their own characteristic DNA traits. Cartier Ronde Croisiere, was the chosen name for this new line of watches. Croisiere in French means “cruise” and since this is a sports watch I guess if you’re on a “cruise” this would be a “relaxed” casual sports watch. And since its only 100m (330 feet) water resistance it wasn’t conceived to actually be a diver’s watch. Continue reading “Cartier Ronde undressed for Croisiere Mode” »
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