The brand new Drive de Cartier has officially been unveiled and we are delighted to announce that DMR will be stocking and supplying the new and impressive collection very soon.
The Drive de Cartier represents the instinct, independence and elegance that a modern day Drive man possesses: the attitude to not only exist, but to know how to live. The ability to appear natural and yet be a lot more sophisticated than he initially appears. This is everything the Drive de Cartier was designed to be.
The Drive features all of the things we have come to expect from a Cartier timepiece: the smooth lines of the casing, the fascinating design of the watch face, the classic blue sapphire crown and those all important traditional Cartier indicators.
There are around 11 different expressions in the collection and each one commands as much presence as the next. With all of the pieces sitting at 41mm in diameter, the watches sit perfectly on the wrist, easily becoming the talking point of conversations. The pieces are powered by either the in-house Cartier Manufacture Movement 1904 MC – hours, minutes, small seconds and date – or the 1904-PS MC – a second time zone, day/night indicator, large date and small seconds. Both movements are guarantees of precision and quality.
Cartier have also designed a “fine watchmaking” expression for the collection, the Drive de Cartier Flying Tourbillon is powered by the Caliber 9452 MC, is 40mm in diameter and provides a perfect hat tip to the creativity and innovation of Cartier.
The collection is available in 18 carat pink gold or polished steel, and are fitted with a black, grey or white guilloché dial with instantly recognisable Roman numerals. Black, brown and tan Alligator watch straps are also available.
If you wish to know more about the Drive de Cartier collection you can get in touch with us on 0151 708 1140, via email at email@example.com or you can visit our Liverpool showroom where the piece will be being stocked.
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