The new collection, which was introduced with the cult names of the silver screen, hosts brand-new models that differ from each other in terms of size, caliber, and material.
The French brand, whose name is associated with the concept of luxury, is expanding its Tank Française collection with new references, bringing the legendary Tank concept together with a metal bracelet for the first time. Having adorned Cartier catalogs since 1996, Tank Française clinches its place among timeless classics with seven different versions.
Among the new versions added to the model family are three stainless steel and four gold models. Speaking of gold, let's underline that Cartier prefers 18K yellow gold in the new collection.
References and other information about the models are as follows;
Ref. CRWSTA0067 (large model, steel, automatic)
Ref. CRWSTA0074 (mid version, steel, quartz)
Ref. CRWSTA0065 (small version, steel, quartz)
Ref. CRWGTA0113 (mid model, yellow gold, quartz)
Ref. CRWGTA0114 (small version, yellow gold, quartz)
Ref. CRWJTA0039 (small version, yellow gold, diamonds, quartz)
Ref.CRWJTA0040 (medium version, yellow gold, diamonds, quartz)
Size: Large 36.7mm x 30.5mm; medium 32mm x 27mm; small 25.7mm x 21.2mm
Height: Large 10.1mm; medium 7.1 mm; small 6.8mm
Material: Steel or 18K yellow gold
Waterproof: 30 m
Movement: 1853 MC for automatic model (Sellita SW150); or "high autonomy" quartz
Automatic; minutes, seconds, and date.
Frequency: 28,800 beats per hour (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 37 hours
Quartz; hours and minutes
All models are offered for sale with metal bracelets produced following the case material.
Cartier is crowning the return of its cult model family with two iconic artists of the big screen. The rooted brand's strong ties with fashion and art are highlighted this time by the name of a young American actor, an English director, and a legend of French cinema. Catherine Deneuve, Guy Ritchie, and Rami Malek. A hero of the past and present, an icon of the New Wave, Deneuve takes the lead role in this film that pays homage to creative freedom on the Alexandre III Bridge between the right and left banks of the Seine, wearing an icon that has become an icon of style.