Cartier Révéla­tion d’une Pan­thère

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One thing’s for sure, see­ing the Cartier Révéla­tion d’une Pan­thère watch in ac­tion will def­i­nitely leave you amazed. And by in ac­tion, we mean that the watch moves. Not only the hands, but the 900 gold balls within the dial. See how the gold balls form the shape of a pan­ther? Well, this only hap­pens when you wear the watch per­fectly up­right. If you move your wrist, the gold balls will fall en­tirely to one side. As they fall—very gen­tly due to the trans­par­ent fluid in­side—it moves through a com­pletely in­vis­i­ble path that forms the head of the pan­ther. Magic? No, just hard work and ded­i­ca­tion. It took Cartier five years to de­velop this watch and there’s two patents that they filed in con­junc­tion with it, one for the vis­cous liq­uid where the balls float and the other for the glass that en­cases the liq­uid and beads. And don’t worry, the liq­uid won’t get frozen or dam­age the gold. Ad­di­tion­ally, this watch is avail­able in black, red or green.

Case size: 37mm Case ma­te­rial: pink gold With 45 bril­liant- cut di­a­monds Dial: black, red or green lac­Quer strap: al­li­ga­tor move­ment: cal­i­bre 430 mc, man­ual poWer re­serve: +/- 42hrs Wa­ter re­sis­tanCe: 30m

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