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18K Cartier Santos 100 XL Chronograph 18K Cartier Santos 100 XL Chronograph 18K Cartier Santos 100 XL Chronograph

18K Cartier Santos 100 XL Chronograph

by Cartier

En excellente condition, ce modèle qui n’est plus fabriqué se trouve dans sa boîte originale, avec papiers d’origine. La Santos Chronograph en or 18 ct est une montre massive et imposante, dont le boîtier est fait de plus de 200 grammes d’or.

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Spécifications

Gamme de prix

$20,000 - $50,000

No. du manufacturier

W20096Y1

Bracelet

Original Cartier brown alligator strap with 18k gold double-deployant clasp and hidden length adjustment.

Cadran

Cream coloured dial with black roman numerals. Blue steel hands with luminescent centres. Tricompax chronograph layout with date aperture at 4.30.

Boitier

18k yellow gold 54 x 46mm case. Closed caseback. Signature screwed-on bezel. Heavy gold case weighing over 250 grams.

Mouvement

Automatic winding 8630 Calibre Swiss chronograph movement with date.

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Watches in Depth - The Chronograph

2011 juillet 15

One of the most popular complications in watchmaking is the chronograph, the watch that doubles as a stopwatch as well as a timekeeper. It’s been one of the most prolific complication in the 20th century, second only to the basic calendar complication, and are accessible from entry-level Swiss brands all the way up to the top of the watchmaker’s craft. The chronograph has a long history in fine watchmaking, and has long been a symbol of mechanical prowess combined with everyday functionality. After having become so popular and commonplace, many people overlook just how complicated a fine chronograph mechanism really is.