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Cartier - Rotonde De Cartier Second Time Zone Day/Night

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With the Rotonde De Cartier Second Time Zone Day/Night, Cartier 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.

Showcased at the Watches & Wonders 2014 event in Honk Kong, the top version of the line features a blue guilloché dial in a white gold case.

In the typical Cartier style, the dial has Roman numerals with apple-shaped hands, a "rail-track" minute circle, and the winding crown set with a sapphire cabochon.

A retrograde scale from one to 12 indicates the hours of the second time zone, while day or night is shown in the aperture at 4 o'clock. To adjust the second time zone by one hour steps, it is sufficient to push the crown.

The large date at 12 o'clock visually balances the small seconds sub-dial.

The 42 mm round case houses the new 1904-FU MC Calibre, an automatic movement which has been developed over a period of several years at the Cartier Manufacture in La Chaux-de-Fonds. For the first time in Cartier watchmaking, this movement groups together the setting of all its complications in one single push-piece.

The Rotonde De Cartier Second Time Zone Day/Night is available also in stainless steel or pink gold both with a silvered flinqué dial.

Prices start at US$ 9,650 for the steel version up to US$ 26,000 and US$ 27,800 for the pink gold and white gold versions, respectively. The white gold version is a limited edition of 200 pieces.

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