Spell­bind­ing spi­rals

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When you see a Cartier watch, you’d in­stantly that it’s a Cartier watch. This strong brand iden­tity, how­ever, has seem­ingly led to an affin­ity for small and sub­tle de­sign changes with pow­er­ful re­sults. The Hyp­nose watch per­fectly em­bod­ies this idea. Care­fully aligned oval forms, the ar­range­ment of dif­fer­ent-sized di­a­monds and other lit­tle touches like black lac­quer in the crevices of some mod­els cre­ate the il­lu­sion of an end­less spi­ral. You might also no­tice the lack of a vis­i­ble crown, but this ac­tu­ally harkens back to Cartier’s first oval watches from the 1950s. Price-wise, the Hyp­nose is rather costly as far as quartz watches go, but given its over­all qual­ity and mes­mer­iz­ing de­sign, it’s def­i­nitely wor­thy of a place in your pri­vate col­lec­tion and on your wrist.

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