Sell Watches Boca Raton
Many of you don’t know this, but Cartier started out as a watch maker. It wasn’t long before they dove head first into jewelry, but sell watches Boca Raton was their original passion. I’m sure you’ve all seen the Cartier Tank, you know that watch your grandfather used to wear when he put on a suit. It was the perfect watch for a classy suit. Their tradition continues in their most recent release of the Rotonde de Cartier Chronograph. I mean what an incredible watch! From the first second I saw it, I was in love.
This is the watch we have been waiting on from Cartier for decades. The Rotonde de Cartier Chronograph is basically perfect. It has a 40mm case, which in today’s world is perfect. Think Rolex Submariner or Audemars Royal Oak Jumbo. They are 40mm and 41mm respectively. Anything bigger is too big and anything smaller is too small. The movement inside the case is Cartier’s own in house 1904-CH.
Contrary to the similar Calibre de Cartier Chronograph, this watch is not robust or awkward. Each piece of this watch fits and flows perfectly with the other. The dial comes in either blue or silver and both feature large but not too large roman numeral markers. Also, there are only two sub-dials instead of three which keeps the face from being too crowded. There is a fairly large date window at 6 o’clock which might not sound like a big deal, until you consider the Rolex Daytona doesn’t even have a date.
The best part about the Rotonde is it is sized for someone with traditional taste. It is not big and bulky and does not scream look at me. And for such a traditional look, it’s actually priced very well. The stainless steel version comes with a silver dial and leather bracelet costs $9,300 which is over a thousand less than it’s cousin the Calibre. The blue dial is actually a limited edition piece. It has a white gold case and costs $24,600. Only 500 of these will be made.
The Rotonde de Cartier offers great value and function. Finding an in-house chronograph movement from a luxury watch brand under $10,000 is very hard to do. The Rotonde de Cartier is stunning without overdoing it.