Shopping for cheap Cartier replica watches online is often considered the master of shaped watches. Squared, oval, bell-shaped, asymetrical, cushion-shaped, barrel-shaped and many more… It’s an endless story, with the only limit being the capacity to be worn on the wrist.The wildest ideas were brought to life, from the Crash in 1967 to the Maxi Oval in 1969 and the Double Strap in 1970. There is another design that we haven’t seen resurrected yet… until today, with the comeback of the so-called Baseball or the Cartier Pebble-Shaped Watch.
A great example of the spirit of creativity of the brand’s London-based branch is the so-called Pebble or Baseball. “Deceptively simple, the Cartier Replica Watches precise movements entire design is centred around the two most “pure” geometrical shapes: the circle (case shape) and the square (dial shape). The contrast of the circular case with the angular dial grants an enormous aesthetic impact to the ensemble.
Presented in 1972, this highly unusual Cartier Pebble-Shaped Watch replica watches from China or Baseball is rare… to say the least. Once again according to scholarship, about 6 examples only were made, making it as historically important as the emblematic Crash, which also came from Cartier London. The original watch was made from 18k gold (except one in white gold), with a 35.5mm case, and powered by a hand-wound LeCoultre movement.
Made of 18k yellow gold, it retains the Cheap Cartier Replica combination of round and square shapes into a single design, yet with some slight changes in proportions – being 36mm in diameter, so a light increase of 0.5mm. In the same vein, in order to give this model a slight vintage touch and a warmer look, the dial is eggshell-coloured, contrasting with the brand’s classic Roman numerals and blued sword-shaped hands.
Worn on a light brown calfskin strap with a gold pin buckle, the Cartier Replica Watches Discount Forum is powered by the ultra-thin and compact calibre 430 MC, also known as the Piaget 430P. Only 2.1mm in height, this small hand-wound movement runs at 3Hz and stores 40 hours of power reserve.