TANK LOUIS CARTIER
TANK LOUIS CARTIER
The Tank watch was created by Louis Cartier, who designed it after the tanks of WWI battlefields. Defined by flat vertical brancards and a sapphire cabochon, this symbol of understated elegance has since captivated the world's most astute minds.
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Delivery is available anywhere within the UAE. Please note Calibre 88 is unable to deliver anywhere outside the UAE.
- Calibre 88 offers a premium white glove delivery service complimentary with all orders above AED 5,000 as well as same-day delivery for orders placed before 2 pm and next-day delivery for orders placed after 2 pm.
To return or exchange a product, contact us on [email protected] within 30 days of receiving the product. A member of our team will get in touch with you to process the return or exchange.
- Please note: personalised products cannot be returned or exchanged.
- For further information, you may visit our return policy or contact us on [email protected] with any questions.
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CARTIER: LEADING THE WAY IN CREATIVE WATCHMAKING
CARTIER WATCHES FOR MEN & LADIES
Known as a French maison, meaning house, Cartier was established in 1847 Paris by a man named Louis-Francois. It was his three grandsons who travelled the world looking for global inspiration, opening boutiques in London, New York and then beyond. Renowned for the jewels that echo through history - worn by the most glamorous of stars and royalty - it is easy to forget that Cartier is a pioneer in watchmaking. Responsible for the world's first modern wristwatch in 1904, the Santos, driven by advances in aviation and the Brazilian pilot Alberto Santos-Dumont, Cartier had also developed its own in-house watch movement by this time. Since then it has led the way in creative watchmaking - making iconic shapes its signature.