With its 42 mm diameter, the Rotonde de Cartier watch launches a collection of men’s small complication models that combines a second time-zone, a day/night indication, a large date and small seconds. Three versions are available:  with pink gold case and silvered dial, with white gold case and blue dial and with steel case and silvered dial.

 

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Rotonde Second Time-Zone, Day/Night, white gold case and blue dial. © Cartier

 

Fully integrated, the new 1904-FU MC self-winding movement has required several years of development at the Cartier Manufacture in La Chaux-de-Fonds. A first in Cartier watchmaking, it groups together the setting of all its complications in on single push-piece. Its power reserve is about 48 hours.

With its Roman numerals, its winding crown set with a cabochon, its apple-shaped hands and its "rail-track" minute circle, this watch asserts a formal classicism built around the defining signs of identity of the Cartier watch.

 

 

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Versions in steel and pink gold, with silvered dial. © Cartier